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SuperCom offers cyber security technology to govts, organizations

SuperCom a global provider of secured solutions for the e-Government, IoT and Cybersecurity sectors announced that its cyber-security division, a provider of cyber software solutions and cyber consultancy, plans to release a new version of its proven, robust and scalable cybersecurity software technology, with enhanced protection from cyber-attacks.

For over 15 years, SuperCom’s cybersecurity division, through its fully owned subsidiaries Safend and Prevision, has been aiding governments and enterprises around the world with their cyber security and cyber defense strategies. SuperCom’s cybersecurity software has been deployed in government agencies and public utilities such as water and electricity infrastructures, secured SCADA production zones, and police forces and defense departments. SuperCom’s cybersecurity consultancy has designed and implemented strategic security projects for national critical infrastructures including gas, water and power. Services offered include infrastructure penetration testing, cyber intelligence and awareness, cloud security services and risk and compliance assessment.

SuperCom’s cyber software and cyber services have been successfully deployed globally in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.

“Given heightened government security needs worldwide, a strong track record and proven technology is critical. For years, our products and services have been approved and deployed globally in various government infrastructure organizations , hardening and protecting critical endpoints from evolving cyber threats and attacks. Our products were developed on the kernel level and designed from their origins to protect government and public sector organization from cyber attacks. We are pleased to aid existing customers and potential new ones through the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape of today,” commented Ordan Trabelsi, SuperCom’s President and CEO.

CT Bureau

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