ProvenRun named a Cool Vendor in Gartner’s “Cool Vendors in IoT Security, 2017”.
ProvenRun, a leading provider of IoT security solutions, has been named a Cool Vendor in Gartner’s May 2017 research “Cool Vendors in IoT Security, 2017” by Earl Perkins et al., Vendors selected as a Cool Vendor are innovative, impactful and intriguing, according to Gartner.
ProvenRun provides off-the-shelf, secure OS microkernel, secure hypervisor and secure solutions, which are intended to elevate the security of large-scale connected IoT devices against cyber attacks. ProvenRun’s microkernel and hypervisor enable high assurance level to security-critical services that are needed for IoT-security use cases. These include secure boot, firmware over the air updates, securing and filtering communications channels, using and managing keys, remote inspection and maintenance, logging events, intrusion detection/protection and isolation of legacy OS and software stacks.
ProvenRun enables OEMs, chipmakers, device makers and solution providers with scalable and secured solutions for all ARM Cortex-A and Cortex-M- based IoT devices, with cost and skill requirements that fall within value chain constraints.
ProvenRun’s President and Founder, Dominique Bolignano says: “Gartner is one of the most trusted and reputable sources for technology insights which are relied on by companies and organizations all over the world. Our security engineers work hard to bring innovation to the emerging IoT security market. We are honored to be named a Cool Vendor by Gartner. We believe this is an important recognition that fully corroborates our vision and strategy.”
ProvenRun’s mission is to help its customers resolve the security challenges linked to the large-scale deployment of connected devices and of the Internet of Things by providing cost effective off-the-shelf software solutions that dramatically improve the level of security of connected systems so as to protect them against remote cyber-attacks. Further information can be found at www.provenrun.com.
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