Titanium Core Wins The Very First Cybertition Held By JVP.
Jerusalem Ventures Partners has announced on Wednesday, February 26, that an ingenuous startup company that hails from the Gurion University of the Negav, has managed to win the very first “Cybertition”. This cyber security competition has announced the winner of this JVP sponsored event.
Introducing The Winner.
The startup named Titanium Core will be receive a prize money of $1 million investment and a place in the JVP Cyber Labs incubator, which is based in Beer-Sheva, and ever popular growing epicenter for cyber tech. Titanium core makes use of a multilayered security that is built to repel attack on the most important systems. It will also provide the users with information of the attack while prevent the threat from moving towards any other system, while doing so in real time.
“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.”
The Creator Behind Titanium Core.
Professor Yuval Elovic, director of Telkom Innovations Laboratories IN BGU, was the man who has founded this company alongside Mimram, a former chief technology officer of Deutsche Telekom Labs based in Israel, and Ph.D student named Mordechai Guri.
“We are proud of our researchers for winning this highly competitive prize, judged by global leaders in cyber security,” said BGU President Prof. Rivka Carmi. “BGU is at the forefront of Israel’s efforts in this critical field.”
Judges and Visitors.
The first Cybertition ever held by JVP was judged by a committee that consisted of both JVP partners and analysts, along with some top executives from various leading corporation from around the world such as, Cisco, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, GE, EMC-RSA, as well as Israel’s chief scientists.
JVP’s first Cybertition judging committee included JVP partners and analysts, along with top executives from leading multinational corporations such as GE, Cisco, Microsoft, EMC-RSA, and Lockheed Martin, as well as Israel’s chief scientists.