Trillium in the News: Forbes Reporting on CES 2019

Below follows an extract about Trillium and our value proposition from the Forbes article “CES For The Auto Industry: Digital Technologies To Steer Your Car Into An Immersive Experience” by Sarwant Singh published January 15th 2019:

Blockchain In The Data Security Space

A hotly discussed idea was the monetization of data—whether related to the driver, the vehicle or even camera sensors—from different applications. However, given intensifying data privacy and security concerns as well as regulations like the GDPR, it is important that extreme security be applied across the breadth of this emerging opportunity. Trillium Secure’s blockchain-based trusted data platform represented an innovative use of blockchain technology since it looked beyond the parts, warranty and after sales arenas to data as a service.

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Bloomberg Interview: Trillium CEO David M. Uze Speaks on Autonomous Car Hacking

On April 5th, 2018, Trillium Secure’s CEO David M. Uze got together with Bryan Curtis and Paul Allen to discuss the still under-represented issue that is connected vehicle cyber-security. The interview, which can be found on Bloomberg Terminal, brings attention to the need for cyber-security in connected and autonomous vehicles, both at the consumer and fleet level. We’re pleased to see the Bloomberg community interested in the cyber-security of the next generation of vehicles, and we hope to see their continued support in our endeavors along that path.

Victory at CyberTech Asia!

During the CyberTech Asia conference held from March 26th-March 28th, Trillium Secure, Inc. was named the winner of the event’s startup competition. CyberTech is the world’s premier exhibition of cutting-edge cyber technologies, and Trillium is honored by the recognition received. We are looking forward to the Tokyo edition, and we hope to see continued support from the CyberTech community and our partners.

Trillium Takes Home the Middleweight Championship at Get in the Ring Osaka!

Trillium is proud to announce that it has emerged victorious in the Japan segment of the global “Get in the Ring” challenge. The event, consisting of a long series of intense “pitch battles” in which two rivals battle for the favor of the judges, saw Trillium emerge as the final victor in the middleweight division. This designation marks Trillium as the top mid-stage start-up in Japan, placing it in the “Get in the Ring” hall of fame forever. The challenge sees over 12 thousand applicant startups globally, and as the victor of Japan’s Middleweight division, Trillium is honored to have the chance to attend the world finals in Portugal in May, and we hope to see continued support for our positively disruptive security solutions and business strategies.

Trillium at GAMIC! See you at the finals!

Trillium is proud to announce our selection as finalists in the Global Automotive and Mobility Innovation Challenge for 2018. The team worked hard throughout the length of the competition, resulting in a victory at the semifinals in Troy, Michigan last Friday, February 23rd. The GAMIC community was very receptive of Trillium’s innovative automotive cybersecurity and data monetization solutions, along with the potential seen in the Cyber Security as a Service platform. We would like to extend our thanks to everyone that helped this effort be realized, and look forward to seeing our friends and partners in Detroit for the finals.

Trillium an “International Success Story” at CyberTech Tel-Aviv 2018

The Trillium team is at Cybertech Tel Aviv 2018 in Israel this week, from the 29th to 31st of January.

Invited as part of the CyberTech Japan – Israel “International Success Story” summit, Trillium president and CEO, David M. Uze joined a panel of business and government influencers set on bringing the two countries closer. A big thank you to both the Japanese and Israeli embassies for arranging this excellent event.

Trillium technology will be on display at the Startup Pavilion during the conference.  To join the list for private demonstrations, kindly contact us at

Trillium Named Most Promising Startup by CB Insights at Annual Innovation Conference

On December 12, Trillium participated in A-ha! 2017, a gathering of Fortune 1000 executives, investors, academics and startup founders. While more than 2,000 companies applied for the opportunity to pitch at Demo Day, Trillium Secure, Inc. was one of 40 companies chosen to present at the conference. Of those 40, Trillium Secure, Inc. is honored to have been chosen as the Most Promising Startup. CB Insights selected Trillium Secure, Inc. to participate in this event as part of an elite group of startups driving progress in artificial intelligence, fintech, health and bleeding-edge technologies. We thank the organizers of the event for making such an opportunity possible, and hope to see continued support from the CB community.

Aftermath of the Startup Battlefield: Many Thanks for Everyone’s Support!

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.

Trillium's David M. Uze and Adrian Sossna presenting to a live audience at the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 Startup Battlefield.

Trillium’s David M. Uze and Adrian Sossna presenting to a live audience at the TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017 Startup Battlefield.

Trillium's BrainBox had its newest model, the BB 3.0 debut during our pitch at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017

Trillium’s BrainBox had its newest model, the BB 3.0 debut during our pitch at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2017