Dec 23, 2019
Few people know that Bulgaria is the only country in Europe that hasn't changed its name since the day it was established. Not only that, the Bulgarian army has never lost a battle since its inception in 681 AD.
Fast forward more than 1,300 years, and wars are mostly taking place in cyberspace. In this modern battlefield, the elite Bulgarian cyber-security unit AMATAS likewise remains undefeated.
To continue this illustrious winning tradition, Vicarius was enlisted to introduce a new and more secure environment to maintain and run third-party software.
We are happy to announce the partnership of Vicarius and AMATAS.
Boris Goncharov (left) and Michael Assraf
Vicarius is the first company in the world to detect vulnerabilities in software before it is hacked.
Amid growing cybersecurity risks, companies don’t have control over software threats. Vicarius' approach to application protection is an innovative way to secure software without having its source code, installing a patch or involving the vendor.
The Vicarius-powered platform Topia is live and already protecting dozens of organizations worldwide. Vicarius' Topia clients enjoy a complete and automatic solution for the secure management of any software services in their network - shattering the common paradigm of software being treated as "safe" until a vulnerability is exposed.
Vicarius was founded in 2016 by three entrepreneurs from the information-security industry and operates from JVP Media Quarter offices in Jerusalem.
AMATAS is a cybersecurity company enabling organisations to build cyber resilience.
Founded by security visionaries, cybersecurity experts and legal advisors, AMATAS’ mission is to help organizations understand their vulnerabilities and make security decisions and investments. It turns the security risks of organizations into tailored, manageable and easy to implement services. To deliver them, AMATAS partners with the world’s leading vendors of cyber-security solutions.
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