Eclypses News & Partners
Eclypses Receives FIPS 140-3 Validation, Proves Efficacy and Security of its MTE Technology
Validation ensures Eclypses customers are using a product validated by a National Institute of Standards and Technology approved testing laboratory.
Eclypses, a leader in end-point data protection, today announced that it received the Federal Information Processing Standard 140-3 (FIPS 140-3) validation after an independent, NIST accredited laboratory put the Eclypses encryption modules through a…
Voatz Webinar Recap: Technology Can't Be Retrograde in Protecting Critical Infrastructure
Here is a webinar recap from our recent Technology Can't Be Retrograde in Protecting Critical Infrastructure webinar with Voatz. This recap highlights the main areas of conversation from Eclypses Board Adviser, Rear Admiral, USN (Retired) Michael Brown and Chairman of the Board of the US Technology Leadership Council, Eric Haseltine.
A CISO’s Guide: What To Do Before / After a Cyber Attack
With the creation of faster, more powerful computers and technology has come a steadily increasing number of cyber and ransomware attacks. Now more than ever, companies both small and large must focus on ensuring their own cyber security, or risk becoming a victim themselves.
“Every IP address on the internet is a target for vulnerability scans, probes, and attempted exploits. Companies must have…
Q & A with Eclypses Senior Director of Core Engineering: Aron Seader
We sat down with Aron Seader, Eclypses Senior Director of Core Engineering to learn more about his technical background, his thoughts on how MTE technology will help organizations be more secure and the FIPS 140-3 certification process.
1. What is your role at Eclypses? My role is to set the strategy of and oversee the development of our core technologies here at Eclypses. I also participate pre…
Q & A with Eclypses Senior Director of Applied Technologies: Joe Jeanjaquet
We sat down with Joe Jeanjaquet, Eclypses Senior Director of Applied Technologies to learn more about his technical background and his thoughts on why MTE technology is changing the data security game.
1. What is your role at Eclypses? I lead a team of talented developers and integrators to provide the tools to support integrations, create powerful demonstrations for our sales team, and work…
Eclypses Partners with Coforge to Offer a New Solution for Data Endpoint Vulnerabilities
Eclypses has partnered with Coforge, a leading global IT solutions organization that enables its clients to transform at the intersect of unparalleled domain expertise and emerging technologies to achieve real-world business impact. Today, their proprietary platforms power critical business processes across the insurance, financial service, and travel industries.
The Coforge and Eclypses…
White House Announces Executive Order to Improve Cybersecurity Across the United States
As of May 12, 2021, President Biden has signed an Executive Order to strengthen cybersecurity defenses across the United States. With the recent Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds breach, this is crucial to protecting critical infrastructure throughout the nation. This Executive Order includes:
- “Remove Barriers to Threat Information Sharing Between Government and the Private Sector.”
- “Modernize and Implement Stronger Cybersecurity Standards in the Federal Government.”
- “Improve Software Supply Chain Security.”
- “Establish a Cybersecurity Safety Review Board.”
- “Create a Standard Playbook for Responding to Cyber Incidents.”
10 of the Top Mobile & Web Cyber Threats MTE Solves
There are two types of businesses out there: those that have experienced a cyber attack and those that will.
Mobile and web security have increased significantly over the years and with employees’ gaining more access to their company’s data through smartphones, PCs, tablets, etc., it is critical to address cyber threats right away. Our Chief Innovation Officer, David Schoenberger has listed 10 of…
RANE Webinar Recap: Democracy and The New Frontiers of Mobile Security
RANE published a webinar recap from our recent Democracy and The New Frontiers of Mobile Security webinar with Voatz. This recap highlights the main areas of conversation from Eclypses CIO David Schoenberger and Voatz CEO Nimit Sawhney.
The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2020 | What Does It Mean for You?
An Interview with Eclypses Chief Innovation Officer, David Schoenberger
The United States Federal Government passed the first IoT security legislation. This bans federal agencies from purchasing IoT devices that do not meet certain security protocols. According to the IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act 2020, all IoT devices must adhere to specific cybersecurity standards and device providers must…
Eclypses Partners with ACEIS Electric and Power to bring MTE Technology to Thailand
Eclypses has recently partnered with ACEIS Electric and Power to add MTE technology into ACEIS’ current systems to provide a more secure solution to their clients. By utilizing the MTE technology, ACEIS will be able to support the Royal Government of Thailand with a $5B investment to outfit 100 Smart cities, which will enhance Thailand’s GDP exponentially.
According to ACEIS Chairman and CEO…
Eclypses Partners with Archethought to Provide New IoT Solution with MTE Connect
Archethought designs IoT tools to capture actual sound levels within a city, providing communities a way to design smarter infrastructures to enhance culture. Archethought faced tough choices after learning their IoT components were vulnerable to hackers. Despite their components having newer encryption software, it was leaked in the press that hackers already discovered a method to breach and access the data. Archethought was in a position to either order all new components with the latest encryption software or hire encryption specialists to fix what they had.
Eclypses Partners with Voatz to pilot Quantum Resistant Security for Mobile Voting
Eclypses has partnered with Voatz, a leading mobile voting platform provider to pilot its “Quantum Resistant” security solution in upcoming elections. Voatz made history by being the 1st mobile voting application backed by a blockchain-based infrastructure to be used successfully in a US presidential election this year, allowing voters to securely cast their ballots on their personal smartphones.