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Deep Secure “Hardsec” set to redefine cybersecurity says new report

A new report from London based corporate advisors Peel Hunt concludes that Deep Secure’s Threat Removal platform has the potential to redefine the future of cybersecurity.

The report estimates the market for cybersecurity that uses threat removal’s “transform and verify” approach to untrusted data combined with hardware to reduce the attack surface (“hardsec”) could be worth US$7bn.

Download your copy of the report today and discover:

  • Why “transform and verify” removes every threat, even totally unknown ones
  • How this zero-trust approach guarantees digitally pure data
  • What hardsec can do to reduce your attack surface

Commenting on the report, Deep Secure CEO Dan Turner said “The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) data import-export pattern mirrors Deep Secure’s innovative use of hardsec for ultra-high assurance deployments. As we take the technology into the corporate market, it is great to see this endorsement of our approach from Peel Hunt.”

You can also view the findings on the Peel Hunt website.

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