Ben Gurion University Wins Cyber Competition

Ben Gurion University Wins Cyber Competition

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5823350_m featureIsraeli cyber investor JVP announced that an innovative startup company from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev won the first ever Cybertition. The winner of the cyber-security startup competition was announced at a JVP co-sponsored event at the RSA Conference held in San Francisco.

Titanium Core will receive a $1 million investment and space in the JVP Cyber Labs incubator, located in the cyber center in Beer-Sheva, adjacent to BGU.

Titanium Core uses a multilayered security approach to repel attacks on mission-critical systems, provide real-time attack information, and prevent threats from moving onto other computer systems.

iHLS – Israel Homeland Security

Our patented technology can provide an unbreakable security layer around core, mission-critical systems,” said Dudu Mimram, co-founder and chief technology officer for Titanium Core.

This funding, along with the guidance of the Cyber Labs incubator, will allow us to bring our vision to market and ensure that this technology can be used to protect the world’s critical IT assets.” he was quoted by HLS News Wire.