Xage Security Launches First Decentralized Cybersecurity Solution By IRINA SLAV
Xage Security, a California-based security and Internet of Things company, last month launched the first automated and decentralized, blockchain-backed cybersecurity product in the world aimed at helping businesses operating critical infrastructure secure this infrastructure and at the same time facilitate their compliance with new, tougher regulation.
Duncan Greatwood CEO, Xage Security
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Issue: 004; December 2018