Dec 23, 2019
While most archaeological finds can be explained, the bridges, water systems and roads of the Mayan tribe remain a mystery. It's hard to know how Mayan engineers constructed tall buildings that were not exceeded in height until the first skyscraper was built in the US in 1885, how they invented the blast furnace 2,000 years before it was patented in England, and vulcanized rubber more than 2,600 years before Goodyear.
Today, Mexico is following suit in the cyber-security realm. Technology, innovation, and the exploration of emerging solutions are the modus operandi of the Mexican cyber-security firm Infinyt located in the beautiful city of Monterrey.
We are happy to announce the partnership of Vicarius and Infinyt.
Vicarius is excited to join forces with the team at Infinyt, led by Uriel Rey and Douglas Casas, sharing creativity and knowledge in the cyber-security field.
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 vulnerabilities in the software they buy. 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 called 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.
Infinyt is a company dedicated to provide high-value information security services and solutions with a focus on fraud prevention, digital identity, data protection and cyber security. We are formed by people with more than 25 years of experience on information security methodologies and best practices. Infinyt has a continuous program to develop innovated information security solutions and services that align with the company business objectives. We believe that security must be transparent, easy to deploy, easy to be adopted and also maintain a balance between business risk and the cost to mitigated them.
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