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Cydome secures Latin American market with latest partnership

Cybersecurity firm Cydome has partnered with Israel Cybersecurity Enterprise (ICE), marking its entry into the Latin American maritime sector.

Cydome’s cyber defence services are custom-made for the maritime industry and its particular threats and regulations. Under the agreement, ICE will offer Cydome’s services to the Latin American market.

ICE is focused solely on selling cybersecurity solutions and is comprised of industry leaders with years of experience in both government and the private sector, including military offence and defence.

The Cydome proactive defence solution provides an always-on approach to cybersecurity for every individual element of the ship’s IT and OT systems. Maritime industry players using ICE in Latin America and Mexico will now benefit from the highest standard of security with Cydome’s offering.

“It is an important development to have been chosen by ICE and to now have our solution available to the maritime sector in Latin America,” said Nir Ayalon, CEO of Cydome. “We have worked closely with ICE during their review and evaluation process of our technology and today’s announcement marks a significant progress in our strategy to provide the highest level of defence to the maritime sector in as many geographies as possible. Our total focus is always to enable ship owners to protect their ships and the global industry, and by adding Latin America via ICE we are now a step further in doing so.”

Nathan Levy, CEO of IE commented: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Cydome to bring a cyber defence solution to the maritime space, an area that is evolving and exposed to cyber-attacks. ICE has always been committed to introducing protection solutions from emerging cyber in a wide range of fields into Latin America and, with our common uncompromising approach, Cydome and ICE will bring our customers an effective response 24/7.”

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