SHI and Tech Data Partner with Sepio Systems on Rogue Device Security

As part of the agreements, Tech Data channel partners and SHI’s customers can select and bundle the Sepio solutions to ensure comprehensive security coverage. Customers will benefit from easy deployment of Sepio Prime and Sepio Agents for managing the security risk coming from uncontrolled peripheral devices and accessories in their network.

Sepio Systems Collaborates With Johnson Controls On Efficient Mitigation Of Hardware-Based Attacks In US Companies

Sepio Systems, which is disrupting the cyber-security industry by uncovering hidden hardware attacks, is gaining momentum in the U.S. after adding an important new customer and channel partner – the Integrated Security Solutions business unit of Johnson Controls, and strengthening its advisory board.

5 Cybersecurity Startups to Watch Out For

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000

Hardware Hacking Is a Global Problem, Says Cyber Executive

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000

Cuidado! O perigo pode estar no seu mouse

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000

Most Promising Israeli Cybersecurity Startups for 2019

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000

Portugal's EDP invests in cybersecurity firm Sepio Systems

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000

Rogue device mitigation or have we gone too far with BYOD?

The contest received 210 entries, which is double the number of entries received in the last challenge, held in 2016. 130 of the entries were for the General Technologies track, and 80 were for the Urban Navigation track (technologies for navigating without GPS). The startups will vie for prizes of $220,000