Pervade Software were selected as one of two exemplars of innovation in cyber security to be showcased at the NATO conference on "Advancing Cyber Defence Collaboration and Innovation" held in Mons, Belgium.
Each delegate nation was asked to bring two businesses to the conference as representatives of the kind of innovations in cyber security that are emerging from their home countries.
Pervade Software were asked to showcase the new database that is revolutionising protective monitoringand breach forensics by enabling cross-datatype correlation.
Abatis UK Ltd were also selected to present their ingenious new Host Integrity Technology (HDF) which provides advanced malware detection.
The NCI Agency is the provider of NATO-wide IT services and state-of-the-art C4ISR capabilities including cyber and missile defence. NIAS is the Agency’s premier Cyber Security Symposium, addressing today’s strategic and technical issues in an unrivalled programme and showcasing the most diverse range of new and innovative products and services to members of NATO Headquarters, NATO Agencies, Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries, the European Union and associated Agencies and members (public and official) from the 28 NATO Nations.
"This was a real honour" said Jonathan Davies, the architect of the new database, "recognition for our work at this level means the world to the whole development team back in Wales".
Jonathan's presentation prompted a lot of interest and discussion about a wide range of use cases for defence and cyber warfare and Pervade are very grateful for the opportunity to present at the Symposium.