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Trillium Secure, Inc. has appointed Mahbubul Alam as Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President of Global Engineering. This move further deepensTrillium's experienced management team while the company launches an end-to-end trusted and secured data services platform for vehicles. Alam's expertise in platform as a service offerings and over-the-air update technology for connected vehicles is a perfect fit for driving Trillium's recently launched Trusted Mobility Platform and Services. Creating transformative technologies "Mahbubul's dual strengths to clearly define branding while taking a no-nonsense approach to developing PaaS and SaaS solutions are a great addition to the Trillium team," said David Uze, CEO and founder of Trillium. "His leadership and vision are integral to our significant CES 2019 efforts and will be part of Trillium's long-term mission of making connected cars safe." Alam's previous experiences as chief technology officer and chief marketing officer of Movimento, an Aptiv company, as well as more than 14 years as Cisco's Head of Internet-of-Things and Machine-to-Machine Platform, ideally position him to have an immense impact on Trillium's mission. "It's an honor to join Trillium's great team and contribute to creating transformative technologies at a critical juncture in the transportation industry's history," said Mahbubul Alam, new CMO and SVP of Global Engineering. "I'm excited to accelerate our innovative technologies to further strengthen Trillium's award-winning trusted mobility services."
Trillium Secure, known for its disruptive automotive IoT cybersecurity technology and highly innovative 'SecureIoT' Cyber Security as a Service (C-SaaS) platform, has come out on top in a technology startup competition, being crowned 'Middleweight Champion' at the 'Get in the Ring' event held in Osaka, Japan. Get in the Ring is a startup competition created by the Get in the Ring Foundation. "Confidence, clarity and potential for societal impact made Trillium the winner tonight. They were quick on their feet with compelling answers to every question and I really think what Trillium is doing will impact the future of mobility," said Oscar Kneppers, Get in the Ring Osaka Judge.By winning in Japan over hundreds of competitors, Trillium moves on to the prestigious 'Get in the Ring Global Meetup' in Portugal Competition for connection 'Get in the Ring' events are pitch battles structured similarly to boxing matches, where startups verbally battle head-to-head in front of judges and fans in a competition for mindshare. Two categories were up for grabs at the Osaka event: The 'Lightweight Division' for companies with a maximum valuation of EU500,000 and the 'Middleweight Division' for those valued at more than EU500,000. "We are humbled and encouraged by being named 'Middleweight Champion' of the Japan competition. Trillium Secure technologies offer fleet owners 3 times the Connected Services capabilities at 1/3 the cost they pay today. It's hard to beat such a positively disruptive value proposition." said David Uze, Trillium CEO. By winning in Japan over hundreds of competitors, Trillium moves on to the prestigious 'Get in the Ring Global Meetup' in Portugal, where winners from 150 global events will gather to compete as well as connect with an exclusive group of invitation-only government officials, innovation professionals and investors.
Trillium Secure, Inc., a developer of automotive cybersecurity technology, has launched its European Operations & Development Center in Brno, Czech Republic. With the new facility joining US and Asian centres to provide global coverage, Trillium is now capable of providing real-time global protection for the millions of commercial, public and private vehicles to be serviced by its SecureIoT C-SaaS platform. Trillium develops and deploys security patches and counter measures in real time as threats unfold. The Czech Republic location joins centres in Silicon Valley, Detroit, Ho Chi Min City and Tokyo in providing a seamless, manned and AI-enabled security monitoring and threat response. Global security monitoring “Trillium’s new European facility in Brno completes the time zones circling the globe, allowing us to provide true worldwide security threat monitoring and response, anywhere our subscribers are and whenever a new threat is identified. This is unique in the marketplace, and comes at a time when automotive OEMs need to protect their vehicles from cyber threat, for the 12-15 year lifecycle of the vehicle.” “Trillium now provides the security technology and business model to dramatically reduce car manufacturer liability, and transform a considerable financial cost to the car maker into a compelling profit centre,” said David Uze, Trillium CEO. Trillium is at CES 2018.
Trillium Secure, Inc. has announced that it has been selected by Volkswagen Data:Lab Munich to participate in the Startup Collaboration Space, a program designed to join emerging companies with VW Group researchers in developing AI solutions for Volkswagen and the greater automotive industry. The Collaboration Space is entering a 2nd cycle of 14 weeks duration. Future car cybersecurity “With cyber carjackings quickly becoming a real threat, vehicular cybersecurity is no longer theoretical, but a reality. VW has taken the initiative of inviting Trillium to join our Collaboration Space, a no-brainer as they have an impressive track record with both peer recognition and innovative technologies. I look forward to working closely with Trillium to ensure cybersecurity for the cars of the future,” said Dr. Zach Izham, Project Manager of the Data:Lab. Advanced analytics, machine learning and AI Launched four years ago, the Volkswagen Data:Lab Munich has established itself as the centre of competence at the Volkswagen Group in the areas of advanced analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence. Trillium joins the ranks of Data:Lab researchers working towards sustainable mobility, incorporating robust cybersecurity into an artificial intelligence-driven connected and autonomous car environment. “At Trillium, we have spent more than 7 years architecting and developing an artificial intelligence enabled security platform that meets the challenges and solves the most pressing problems facing auto makers and insurance providers in a connected and autonomously driven marketplace. Working with Volkswagen provides Trillium with an excellent opportunity to put our technology in motion,” said David Uze, Trillium CEO. Trillium is at CES 2018.
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