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Titanium Core wins $1M in venture funding in hacker competition

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Titanium Core, a security outfit out of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, has earned itself a cool million-dollar deal from Jerusalem Venture Partners.
The funding was secured as the top prize in a cyber security competition held at the RSA conference in San Francisco this week.

“Our patented technology can provide an unbreakable security layer around core, mission-critical systems,” said Mimram, co-founder and chief technology officer for Titanium Core, in a statement on the news.

“This funding, along with the guidance of the Cyber Labs incubator, will allow us to bring our vision to market and ensure that this technology can be used to protect the world’s critical IT assets.”

Titanium Core uses multiple layers of security to repel attacks, show real-time data in the event of an attack, and even keep security threats from spreading to other systems.