Thales reveals today the names of the 9 startups selected to join its 6-month cybersecurity programme at STATION F, the world’s largest startup campus. As an expert in cybersecurity for over 40 years, Thales joined STATION F to manage its programme and accelerate the future of cybersecurity by partnering the field’s expert startups in their development.
- Thales welcomes 9 startups within its cybersecurity programme at STATION F.
- Thales’s mission is to accelerate the development of startups by providing them with business advice, technical expertise and access to its core markets.
- Thales has chosen 9 startups, adding value to the Group’s global cybersecurity offer and complementary to each other, offering clients solutions covering the whole cybersecurity chain.
For many years, Thales has put its collaborative approach at the heart of its strategy as the Group believes cooperation between SMEs, startups and industrials is a considerable source of innovation. Last June, through its recently-launched Digital Factory, Thales has been selected by STATION F, the world’s largest startup campus, to manage its cybersecurity programme.
Thales’s mission is to accelerate the development of startups by providing them with business advice, technical expertise and access to its core markets: aerospace, space, ground transportation, defence and security. Thales will foster the engagement of its employees to work along with the startups and share their expertise of the markets in order to co-create value for the clients and co-develop innovative solutions and services.
«I am very pleased to welcome the 9 selected startups who will give life to the Thales’s cybersecurity programme. As a recognised expert in cybersecurity, Thales has now the challenge to make this programme successful creating new opportunities for the startups but also for the Group. As cybersecurity is a prerequisite for any digital transformation, we have a great playground to reach our goal: co-develop the most innovative cybersecurity solutions.”
Patrice Caine, Chairman & CEO of Thales
During a rigorous selection process, Thales has chosen 9 startups (4 from France and 5 from abroad – Poland, US, Israel, Switzerland and Netherlands), adding value to the Group’s global cybersecurity offer and complementary to each other, offering clients solutions covering the whole cybersecurity chain. The 9 following startups have joined STATION F this week and will stay at the campus for the 6 coming months:
Inpher and its specialists in encryption work to improve the combination of security and usability by enabling analytics and machine learning on encrypted data;
KeeeX offers fully operational blockchain solutions for securing, signing, chaining, sharing and timestamping any kind of documents or data with no alteration (+250 formats);
Multisense B.V is engaged in the industry of multibiometrics and advanced software solutions with a unique technology merging multi-biometric factors (face and voice recognition, fingerprint signature, combined with GPS and NFC technologies and few patents in liveness check). Those technologies are combined in APM (Authentication Platform Management) command control system for big corporate;
Yogosha’s Bug Bounty platform relies on a global network of ethical hackers and helps clients implement a thorough search for security vulnerabilities;
QED-it has developed the Zero Knowledge Blockchain which is a platform combining the advantage of coordinating the operative parties (Blockchain technology) to the necessities of non-data disclosure (ZKP) for legal or business motives;
Skeyecode 2 factor authentication made simple, we provides a secure frictionless software alternative to both hardware and software 2 factor authentications, leveraging the last technological breakthroughs in cryptography;
Alsid designs cyberdefense solutions to help major companies secure the core of their information systems;
Nethone is a cutting-edge user profiler providing Artificial Intelligence-driven business intelligence and fraud prevention that creates custom machine learning solutions which convert threats into profitable decisions, automatically, in real time;
Biowatch develops a wearable biometric technology as an alternative solution to current authentication methods (PIN, passwords, cards, keys, fingerprint, face), based on vein recognition.