TEL AVIV, Israel, Nov. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hub Security, the Tel Aviv based cybersecurity firm announced today its partnership with Kudelski Security, the cybersecurity division of the Kudelski Group
Tel-Aviv based cybertech firm Hub Security has now announced another strategic partnership with LS International. The new deal will extend LS International’s specialized combination of cybersecurity products and industry-leading security solutions to enterprises, remote management and cloud services.
Financial institutions can now store and manage digital assets, including cryptocurrency, on HUB’s military-grade technological platform and purchase up to $400 million in “cold storage” insurance through Marsh’s Digital Asset Risk Transfer (DART) team to cover the risk of theft or damage to the assets or destruction of private keys.
Hub Security announced this week the use of its military-grade VaultHSM (Hardware Security Module) to secure INX Limited’s crypto services as they launch their first IPO of 130 million INX Security Tokens
Hub Security, the cyber security platform, is announcing the use of its military-grade VaultHSM to secure INX Limited’s crypto services
A hardware security module (HSM) is a dedicated cryptographic processor designed to protect highly critical and sensitive keys and assets. HSMs act as trust anchors that protect the cryptographic infrastructure of some of the most security-conscious organizations in the world. This piece of hardware may look small, but is mighty powerful. It has the ability to securely manage, process, and store cryptographic keys inside its hardened, tamper-resistant shell.
rom a cyberattack on a nuclear power plant to an exposed electrical grid, every government holds the responsibility of protecting its citizens from harm. This is why critical infrastructure security is essential to protecting countries against natural disasters, terrorist activities, and harmful cyber threats.
Hub Security’s newest flexible HSM will help organizations weather the coming evolution of cyberattacks and threats related to quantum computing. While current industry-standard HSMs are equipped to run quantum computing algorithms, many of them provide these capabilities purely on a software level, making them low-performing and unsuitable for cloud and payment processing and other real-world applications.