CED Chooses Calyptix to Demo Internet Defense Force at October Tech 2007 Conference
October 03, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsCHARLOTTE, NC – Internet security firm, Calyptix Security, has been selected to participate on October 10 and 11th in the CED’s Tech 2007 Conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina to demonstrate its next generation security solution, the Internet Defense Force™. Calyptix is one of a select group of companies that will have the opportunity to introduce its solutions to technology visionaries, creators and leaders from the across the country.
“By providing this platform for entrepreneurs and researchers to demonstrate next generation technologies, the CED helps expose our solutions to key industry people. As a university spinout, exposure to the right people can accelerate and multiply our opportunities in commercializing our technology,” comments Calyptix CEO Ben Yarbrough. “We’re honored, as a CED demo company, to demonstrate how AccessEnforcer™ is a scalable foundation for the Internet Defense Force™.”
(The Internet Defense Force is Calyptix Security’s patent pending process to leverage real time detection and analysis of distributed network data to provide scalable Internet security without signatures.)
Calyptix Security, launched in 2001 by Drs. Yuliang Zheng and Lawrence Teo, is commercializing technology developed in connection with Lawrence Teo’s doctoral thesis which focused on developing a scalable decentralized Internet security architecture. The company has progressed from dissertation to deployment, making AccessEnforcer available to small to medium size businesses (SMBs), providing a comprehensive affordable solution that is easily activated, managed and maintained.
AccessEnforcer protects networks from spam, viruses, spyware, unauthorized web surfing, hackers and other cyber threats in organizations in the professional and financial services, manufacturing and not-for-profit sectors. The appliance is offered by authorized resellers that seek comprehensive security strategies for their clients. Calyptix’ expertise is evidenced in several industry-wide vulnerability discoveries and in DyVax™, the company’s proprietary inspection engine that dynamically filters email traffic, executables and Microsoft files from true zero-day threats without reliance on signatures. DyVax has proven more successful than leading antivirus solutions.
The CED (Council for Entrepreneurial Development) in North Carolina identifies, enables and promotes high growth, high impact entrepreneurial companies across the region. A catalyst for North Carolina’s entrepreneurial culture, the organization represents more 1,100 companies (4,000 members). www.cednc.org
For more information on Calyptix, please visit www.calyptix.com.