회사소개

제품

안내

고객지원

Company

Product

Information

Support

Thông tin về công ty

Sản phẩm

Thông tin

Hỗ trợ chung

Notice

Title Date
NPCore Joined Vietnam·Malaysia Cyber Security Partnership Meeting

NPCore Joined Vietnam·Malaysia Cyber Security Partnership Meeting

베트남 로드쇼2
 
NPCore met with Vietnamese and Malaysian companies in the information security business meeting held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 19th to 23rd.
In recent years, Vietnam and Malaysia have been attracting a great deal of attention to information security issues both politically and socially.
In June, Vietnam established Law on cybersecurity which is the first domestic law in the cybersecurity field and is expected to be implemented from January 1, 2019. Malaysia is also experiencing a major social upheaval recently with the Ransomware accident of the media group. Media Prima, who was attacked in Ransomware in mid-November, was reportedly asked by an attacker for a bit coin of US $ 6.2 million. 
 
Meanwhile, NPCore said that it was able to receive a good response from local companies because it already has a proven records of providing its solution "Zombie ZERO" to Malaysian and Vietnamese government agencies. 
 
Zombie ZERO is an APT(Advanced Persistent Threat) and Ransomware solution that can proactively respond to new and variant malware that cannot be prevented by Anti-virus. By combining artificial intelligence(AI) technology, it determines threat level and responds to cyber threats based on 4 steps analysis - signature analysis, static analysis, dynamic analysis, reputation analysis. It also automates the process of detection and blocking by learning whitelist and blacklist pattern.
 
CEO Seung-Chul Han, "We have participated in the Southeast Asia Information Security Business Conference hosted by KISIA and KISA every year, and I feel that the interest in APT and Ransomware solution is getting higher as the awareness level of Southeast Asia information security is improved. We will link our partnership with local companies to export results in the first half of next year." 
2018.12.04

NPCore is taking part in global start-up accelerating program by PTT in Thailand

Author
admin
Date
2018-05-31 16:01
Views
585
그림1

APT double defense solution company, NPCore, is participating in the Thailand start-up accelerating program D-NEXT to enter the Thai market.

D-NEXT is a start-up accelerating program jointly organized by RISE, startup accelerator, and PTT group which is the only company from Thailand listed in Fortune Global 500 companies. It provides comprehensive support for global start-ups such as partner matching, local marketing, and holding a demo-day, intensively training them during the three-month boot camp period. The goal is to help global start-ups successfully enter the Thai market and to stimulate Thailand's start-up ecosystem and economy.

More than 300 start-ups from around the world had applied for a boot camp but only 15 start-ups were selected. NPCore is the only Korean company among the finalists. NPCore has been accepted as a leader in the field of cyber security by recognizing its excellence in APT attack defense technology and is opening up new markets in Thailand with innovative start-ups from the US, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia and other countries.

KakaoTalk_Moim_4HzHEu5IAW4TRcuCgXHNIUqLcTqspP

The kick-off meeting was held on May 2, at Amarin Tower in Bangkok. The event featured lectures from PTT and RISE representatives and the elevator pitch of each start-up (appealing for products or services to be sold within a short time within 3 minutes).

On this day, NPCore’s CEO Seung-Chul Han presented ZombieZERO Series, which can cope effectively with APT security threats which are increasing worldwide. While signature-based legacy security solutions are vulnerable to zero-day (unprotected sections before the development of vaccines after an attack), NPCore's ZombieZero Series provide behavior-based analysis so that they can detect and block new and variant malicious code in advance. In particular, NPCore has proposed a sophisticated security system that not only protects the network, but also attacks through the encryption section and bypassing virtual machines through applying EDR (End Point Detection & Response) technology.

As information security has become a hot topic in Southeast Asia, the pitch has received great attention from Thai business and global start-up officials. In addition to participating in the D-NEXT program, NPCore is continuing to meet with local partners and demonstrate its products, and plans to actively exploit business opportunities in the Thailand and Southeast Asian markets.