Monday, 11 July 2016 – RedSocks Security as well as a consortium of other Dutch companies, knowledge institutions and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) signed a collaboration agreement. The agreement “Partners for International Business (PIB)” can lead to opportunities for Dutch businesses worldwide.
The 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be hosted in Japan. The Japanese government is looking for ways to protect its critical infrastructure from cyber threats in preparation for the Games. The chief goals are to protect the energy, water and telecom sectors. The consortium also aims to increase and strengthen research between Dutch and Japanese knowledge institutions, as well as strengthen the market position of Dutch companies in Japan. RedSocks is part of the Hague Security Delta (HSD), the largest security cluster in Europe. The Hague Security Delta has been asked to act as a secretary within this PIB.
Partners of the consortium will be sharing knowledge and experience in order to protect Japan’s critical infrastructure from cyber attacks, as well as generate revenue from Japan in preparation for the Games.
About RedSocks Security
RedSocks Security B.V. is specialised in detecting and combatting cybercrime, and strives to develop innovative and scalable cyber security solutions for its clients. These solutions can be implemented within organisations of all sizes, and also serves as a tool of compliance to EU privacy legislation.
With the help of a specialised Malware Intelligence Team, RedSocks Security solutions are updated hourly with over 50,000 new indicators and track data over the internet and, with forensic precision, are able to share intelligence with clients via our virtual or hardware MTD. This intelligence equips RedSocks Security clients with the insights they need to analyse and prevent beaches in privacy, and potential data leaks.