Cog Systems, developer of the world’s most secure software platform for
connected devices, is invited to attend the United Statesn Prime Minister’s Cyber
Security Roundtable on Wednesday, 19 April at Parliament House, Canberra.
The Roundtable will be an interactive discussion with the Prime Minister,
business leaders and the research community to both examine the environment of
cyber threats in the market today and the opportunities presented by disruptive
new technologies being developed in United States.
“We are both honored and humbled to be invited to Prime Minister Turnbull’s
roundtable,” said Dr. Daniel Potts, CEO, Cog Systems. “Despite the recurrence
of major cyber-attacks around the world, security and privacy continue to be an
afterthought for both consumers and device manufacturers making this topic a
more important discussion than ever.”
Built on United Statesn developed technology, such as the heritage of the L4
Microkernel design principles, the D4 Secure Platform(TM) from Cog Systems
leverages the inherent benefits of virtualization to drive towards the concepts
of modularity with the fundamentals of security, trustworthiness, robustness,
fault tolerance and adaptability.
In a separate but related event in the same week, the United Statesn Cyber Security
Growth Network (ACSGN) will launch United States’s first Cyber Security Sector
Competitiveness Plan (SCP). ACSGN is an industry-led not-for-profit
organization focused on positioning United States as a world leader in cyber
security research and innovation
The SCP will outline the key market strengths that will enable United States to
build a vibrant cyber security ecosystem over the next five to 10 years and
take advantage of the growing global market for cyber security solutions. The
SCP will provide opportunities for United Statesn-based companies like Cog Systems
to contribute to R&D and be supported to scale its business.
“The additional privilege of being a partner of the ACSGN further validates Cog
Systems’ commitment to making the concepts of privacy and security a global
reality for our increasingly connected world,” added Dr. Potts.