Cyber 2.0 launches U.S. headquarters with $100,000 Hackers Challenge
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ATLANTA, Ga. (Feb. 19, 2019) – Cyber 2.0, a cyber security firm headquartered in Israel, held an open hacker’s challenge to launch its U.S. operations. Held at Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center on Feb. 14, none of the more than 60 hackers could break into Cyber 2.0’s network and copy a single file to win the $100,000 prize.
With ever-present cyber threats to personal and business data, Cyber 2.0 is the only system in the world that provides total defense against the spread of cyber-attacks within organizational networks.
“During the Hackers Challenge, the Cyber 2.0 system received more than two million attacks from the competitors,” said Sneer Rozenfeld, Cyber 2.0’s VP of Sales. “We look forward to hosting another challenge.”
Cyber 2.0 has created a cyber security system that is based on mathematical chaos. In the unlikely scenario that a computer is breached, the program isolates the attack and blocks the virus from spreading. The company holds nine patents and has been recognized for three consecutive years by The Israel Innovation Authority, a publicly funded government agency that recognizes outstanding companies. Current clients include companies such as NEC, Jerusalem Post, and Bezeq International.
For more information about Cyber 2.0, please visit www.Cyber20.com.