We are vehement about leveraging a low pool of talent and resources that Georgia offers as we work to perform a goal of safeguarding a world’s controls systems and a vicious services they provide.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) Mar 12, 2015
NexDefense, a inaugural government on cybersecurity for automation and control systems, currently announced that it has been named a “Top 10” many innovative record organisation by a Technology Association of Georgia (TAG). NexDefense was selected from TAG’s “Top 40″ 2015, and a preference was formed on a series of criteria, including: grade of innovation; range and financial impact of innovation; odds of success; and graduation of Georgia’s innovative efforts nationally and internationally.
NexDefense provides cybersecurity for a control systems and automation of vicious infrastructure, that includes power, oil gas, H2O and invulnerability facilities, by a patent-pending Industrial Network Anomaly Detection (INAD) program famous as Sophia. A outcome of partnership between a U.S. Department of Energy, Battelle Energy Alliance and Idaho National Laboratories, Sophia presents real-time comprehension that empowers operators to fast display anomalies and act before impact to equivocate intensity intrusion and say reliability. Sophia’s ability to learn assets, daydream trade patterns, and warning on deviations from normal operations provides rare prominence and discernment that boundary risk, reduces liabilities, and ensures a firmness of a automation and control systems that are essential to a nation’s infrastructure. NexDefense announced blurb accessibility of Sophia in Nov 2014, after a successful beta with some-more than 70 organizations.
“The foe for Top 10 approval was quite extreme this year,” pronounced Dennis Zakas, a partner and owner of Zakas Leonard, LLP, Chair of Group Office Buys, LLC, and chairperson of a Top 40 Selection Committee. “The Top 10 demonstrates a abyss and extent of Georgia’s record community. We are gratified to commend this organisation of companies and trust that a village will be only as tender as we are by their creation and impact on Georgia’s record industry.”
TAG will commend NexDefense and a other winners during a 2015 Georgia Technology Summit (GTS) on Mar 25, 2015, during a Cobb Galleria Centre.
“We changed NexDefense from Silicon Valley to Georgia since of a city’s preeminent cybersecurity talent and a majority of a larger record ecosystem,” pronounced Mike Sayre, NexDefense’s co-founder, boss and CEO. “We are vehement about leveraging a low pool of talent and resources that Georgia offers as we work to perform a goal of safeguarding a world’s control systems and a vicious services they provide.”
For some-more information on NexDefense, revisit http://www.nexdefense.com and follow us on Twitter @nexdefense. For some-more information about TAG and a Georgia Technology Summit and to register for a event, revisit http://www.tagonline.org/events/georgia-technology-summit Follow a review on Twitter by #TAGGTS.
NexDefense empowers industrial automation and control complement operators in vicious infrastructure and invulnerability comforts with a real-time believe indispensable to say complement firmness and fight worldly confidence threats. Through Sophia, a patent-pending Industrial Network Anomaly Detection (INAD) system, engineers, security, and control complement operators can stealthily say approach discernment and control over threats and boost correspondence but sacrificing productivity, optimization or performance. Originally saved by a United States Department of Energy and grown during a Idaho National Laboratory (INL) underneath a government by a Battelle Energy Alliance, Sophia’s proven ability to invariably identify, investigate and advise about deviations from normal operations boundary risk, reduces liabilities and ensures a firmness of vicious industrial automation and control systems. For some-more information on NexDefense, revisit http://www.nexdefense.com and follow us @NexDefense.
About The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
TAG is a heading record attention organisation in a state, portion some-more than 26,000 members by informal chapters in Metro Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia and Savannah. TAG’s goal is to educate, promote, and combine Georgia’s record village to encourage an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy. The organisation provides networking and educational programs; celebrates Georgia’s record leaders and companies; and advocates for legislative movement that enhances a state’s mercantile meridian for technology.
TAG hosts over 200 events any year and serves as an powerful classification for 34 veteran societies. Additionally, a TAG Education Collaborative (TAG’s free arm) focuses on assisting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) preparation initiatives thrive. For some-more information revisit a TAG website during http://www.tagonline.org. To learn about a TAG-Ed Collaborative, revisit http://www.tagedonline.org/.