Cyber age reality is shaped by the inherent asymmetry between attackers and defenders. While attackers enjoy the ease of concealing and disguising identities, the widespr ead availability of data encryption utilities and the proliferation of cyber-attack tools, defenders, on the other hand, face the daunting challenge of detecting advanced, subtle and persistent threats, which are extremely hard to trace.
Having spent decades of his career in cybersecurity and intelligence, Guy Segal, General Manager (GM) of local cybersecurity start-up Custodio Technologies, knows how hard it is for good tech talent to come by – and how much harder it is to keep them.
As cybersecurity continues to be a worldwide concern, ADSC researchers are working to improve upon and apply a technology that has been proven to be reliable in identifying and analyzing security attacks – a honeypot – to industrial control systems.
Minister for Communications and Information and Minister-in-charge of Cyber Security, Dr. Yaacob Ibrahim, presented Singapore's inaugural Cybersecurity Awards yesterday night. Six individuals and organisations were recognised for their outstanding achievements and contributions to Singapore's cybersecurity ecosystem.
Custodio Technologies, a Singaporean R&D Center of IAI reaching over 13M$SG and doubles the revenue. The company expanded its reach into APAC during 2017 with two contracts signed with government customers in two ASEAN countries.
Secura Group, one of the leading providers of security products, services, and solutions in Singapore, has entered into a subscription and shareholders’ agreement with Custodio Technologies (CPTL) to subscribe for 200 new ordinary shares in CTPL for a cash consideration of US$4.5 million.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his counterpart for Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, pledged Tuesday to expand cyber defense cooperation and high-tech trade ties.
In line with Singapore's strategy towards innovation and Technology, our office is forging new areas of economic cooperation in sectors such as cybersecurity with local government agencies such as the Economic Development Board (EDB), as exemplified in the establishment of Custodio's research centre together with Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI).
Two years ago, the prime ministers of Israel and Japan met to discuss collaborating on cyber security. During these discussions, Israel proposed to help Japan to prepare for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. The Japanese side expressed an interest in using cutting-edge cyber-security technologies that could provide a solution for potential cyber threats and challenges related to the Games. Israel suggested technological solutions that could be provided by Israeli cyber companies, with the Israeli government’s consent; Japan responded to Israel’s proposal positively.
One example of Israel Aerospace Industries' (IAI) push toward new international joint ventures is Custodio, a Singapore-based cybersecurity research and development company being established in collaboration with the nation's Economic Development Board and announced in February at the Singapore Airshow.