Israeli Startup based in New York NanoLock Security has named the Gold winner in the Startup of the Year category, in the 13th Annual 2018 of IT World Awards by Network Products Guide, the industry’s leading technology research and advisory guide.
Founded in 2016 by Eran Fine and Shlomo Oren NanoLock Security provides the industry’s only lightweight, low-cost security and management solution for connected cars and the Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
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The NanoLock platform guarantees device-to-cloud integrity and mutual protection during regular operations and firmware-over-the-air (FOTA) updates, from the production line and through and after the device’s end of life.
“It’s an honor to be named a winner by IT World Awards,” said Eran Fine, CEO, NanoLock Security. “NanoLock is committed to solving the market’s most pressing need to provision, protect, manage and securely update IoT devices and vehicle controllers from the production line until its end-of-life and from the embedded layer out to the cloud.”
NanoLock Security today announced the appointment of Yoni Kahana as the company’s VP of Customers to lead the business development in Asia, the U.S. and Europe. Kahana brings extensive cybersecurity experience, with specific expertise in securing embedded and connected devices in connected vehicles and IoT devices.
Prior to joining NanoLock, Kahana was the Product Cybersecurity Group Manager for General Motors (GM) in Israel. At GM, he managed the Israeli Cybersecurity Group responsible for securing crucial elements in the car. He also was a Security System Team leader and Security System Product Engineer at Qualcomm. He served as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in an elite unit where he led and developed cybersecurity solutions.