Military customers are increasingly turning to automation to combat cyber threats, according to UK-based cyber security specialist, Titania.
The company produces software aimed at automated configuration auditing: analysing cyber infrastructure for vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited by hackers. Its Nipper Studio product is aimed at hardening networks against attack - checking elements like routers, switches and firewalls for weaknesses - while its Paws Studio product is designed to check the security of individual laptops, workstations and servers.
Titania has seen a surge in interest from military customers since it was founded in 2009, according to chief operating officer Nicola Whiting, and now has customers in the US Department of Defense, as well as NATO and countries including France, Germany and Australia.
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