As the Techcrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 conference comes to a close, Trillium would like to extend thanks to the event organizers, judges, and everyone else who contributed to the event.
Techcrunch Disrupt was an excellent event for Trillium, culminating in a Top 15 finish out of the 600+ startups in attendance. We are honored to receive this distinction, and would like to congratulate the overall winner of the Startup Battlefield, Lea, on their victory. We are honored to have been able to share the same playing field, and look forward to hearing of their continued success.
During TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017, Trillium saw continued success in our networking and development efforts. Trillium’s President and CEO, David Uze, commented shortly after the event, noting the “immediate interest from the largest OEMs and Tier 1’s in Europe following the presentation of our Cyber Security as a Service (C-SaaS) revenue sharing business model”. Our advancement into the European market mirrors our progress in the Asian and North American markets. Trillium is committed to becoming the one-stop shop for automotive cybersecurity worldwide, and this event marks yet another milestone towards realizing that goal.
Hundreds of thousands of hours of research, development, and market research have gone into the development of Trillium’s portfolio, and to see that effort bear fruit is the best reward we could hope for. We are overjoyed at the overwhelmingly positive response to our C-SaaS model and multilayered cyber security approach shown by the TechCrunch community. This recognition on such a prestigious platform has fortified our resolve that our solution to automotive cyber security truly is the best. We look forward to the continued support of the startup community in our mission to make the streets of today and tomorrow cyber-safe.