Terafence Ltd. has developed an advanced firmware/microchip solution for cybersecurity connectivity and mechanical waves to control medical implants. Established in 2015, our patent pending TFence™ technology uniquely offers total protection from tampering or hacking the IoT device by completely blocking data entry
The Galician technology industry continues to grow. Arteixo Telecom is committed to the cybersecurity and defense market.
Today, several Israeli companies have presented their products in Pontes, some technologically advanced products that can be manufactured in Galicia.
A blinding light to neutralize offenders and terrorists in high-risk situations, a smart bracelet that protects cars or safes. They are patents in the hands of Israeli companies that can be manufactured in Galicia.
The capabilities of Arteixo Telecom, which employs 120 people directly at the As Pontes plant, make it the best way to carry out these projects.
The manufacture of these products could extend the current production capacity of the plant to three working shifts.
Colorado and Israel, Jan. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Two companies with leading-edge technologies in the cyber security industry, Terafence and Boulder AI, will be attending the Cybertech Tel Aviv conference in Israel. The conference is recognized as Cybertech’s most renowned international exhibition and is one of the largest B2B networking events in the cyber industry, outside of the United States.
The two companies will be demonstrating the impact of their collective technologies to conference attendees, which includes Boulder AI’s deep learning camera systems and software, and Terafence’s solution which physically isolates IoT devices and networks while maintaining uninterrupted data flow and control.
“Internet Protocol (IP) cameras are sharp and affordable. The problem is that you can get hacked if you do it wrong. We solved the ‘security dilemma’ by changing the characteristics of the network. ”
Israel’s Terafence visit to S.Korea with our domestic distribution marketing Hanshine
“Cyber threats today to operational areas are increasing because of the lack of real ability to protect the real assets of enterprises and infrastructure—the processes themselves and the end equipment.
“The industry’s tendency toward… smart infrastructure—Industry 4.0—raises the immediate need for stronger network security and data transfer solutions. These smart enterprises will need to be able to remotely monitor and control the various processes and use the Internet and cellular network on a large scale. IP addresses, MAC (media access control), etc. are fertile grounds for strong cyber crime opportunities.”
Innosphere, Colorado’s incubator program dedicated to accelerating the success of science and technology-based companies, has announced that Israeli-based cyber security startup company, Terafence Ltd., has been accepted into the program. Each year, Innosphere provides business support to a limited number of international companies. To help these companies achieve business success in the U.S., Innosphere supports the startup teams on commercialization efforts and gaining U.S. market access.
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