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The American company Ciphertrace was founded in 2011. With its browser-based intelligence platform or its integration with Maltego, Ciphertrace offers forensic analysis of cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Ciphertrace covers over 800 different assets such as BTC, BCH, ETH, ERC-20, Tether or LTC tokens. The solution is mainly used in the areas of anti money laundering (AML), Cybercrime, compliance, regulation and Cybersecurity by homeland security and intelligence agencies as well as and in the financial sector.
The American company Domaintools was founded in 2004 and is the leading provider of Whois and other DNS information with over 17 billion entries. Especially the browser-based Iris Investigation Platform supports security analysts and cybercrime experts. Domaintools allows to make risk assessments, attribute attackers or conduct online investigations. Domaintools is used by “Fortune 1000” companies, government and homeland security agencies.
The German company Genua was founded in 1992 and is part of the Bundesdruckerei Group. Genua develops high-end security products. It’stwo-stage firewalls often complement SDoT products in cross domain solution architectures. The genugate firewall has a BSI Common Criteria (CC) Evaluation Level (EAL) 4+ certificate and meets EAL7 for self-protection. Genugate firewalls are used by government, military and critical infrastructure clients.
The American company Jeppesen was founded in 1934 and is part of Boeing. It provides worldwide navigation data and solutions for civil and military air traffic.
Since its foundation in 2002, OPSWAT has been protecting the public sector and critical infrastructures against cyber attacks. The MetaDefender Kiosk and MetaDefender Vault solutions enable secure and controlled data access and transfer to and from sensitive networks by not only detecting cyber threats, but also subjecting them to an intensive scanning and cleaning process using over 35 anti-malware engines. Ransomeware or zero-day attacks, which are often infiltrated via data files of other networks or portable media, have no chance anymore.