1.5 Trillion Reasons to Meet with Trillium Secure at CES 2019 to Explore Trusted Cybersecurity & Mobility Solutions for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

LAS VEGAS – January 4, 2019 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in secure data management, is offering a full-scale experience of the world’s most trusted mobility services platform at CES 2019, which takes place January 8 – 11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Trillium’s Trusted Mobility Platform and Services are predicated on establishing two distinct elements of trust – security and data integrity, beginning in the electronic control units (ECUs) within the vehicle where raw data is derived, and in the cloud where blockchain technology encapsulates and verifies data for machine learning processing and secure mobility commerce.

Trillium’s platform and trusted data services address the $1.5 trillion question of how to unify mobility-as-a-service providers, technologies like artificial intelligence, and the necessary qualities of security and data integrity, towards the cause of transforming transportation.

 

Trillium technology creates a level of digital trust second to none. At its very essence, the DNA of the platform provides trust, security and integrity so that data can deliver value without reservation. It is architected in such a way that every action taken is predicated on ensuring this mandate. By doing this, the company will truly make a fundamental contribution.

“The future of transportation rests upon multi-modal high speed mobility,” says Mahbubul Alam CMO and Sr. VP of Global Engineering at Trillium Secure. “We’ll have driverless cars, flying cars, human-carrying drones and more. In the next 3 years, many businesses will aggressively move into connected digital mobility services because this will be the consumption model for Gen Y and Z, who are quickly shifting from entitlement to the sharing economy.”

To learn more, visit Trillium’s booth at the show to gain an in-depth understanding of the platform and its transformative effect on the industry of connected and autonomous vehicles.

 

Trillium’s booth location for the event is:

Enterprise Solutions Hall, Westgate – Booth #501
Westgate Paradise Center

Throughout CES 2019 show, the Trillium Secure booth will be featuring:

End-to-End Trusted Data Platform Demonstrations

Panels with Industry Executives & Experts:

-Safety and Data Privacy

-Challenges for Mobility Data and Services

-Data is the New Currency

-Monetizing Trusted Fleet Services

-The Future of Auto Insurance

Thought-Leadership & Car Hacking Seminars

 

Cyber Secured Vehicle – Drive Demonstrations

In addition, a fleet of Trillium-branded Teslas will be deployed in full force through Las Vegas, with the Model 3 squadron up and down “The Strip” while a Model X in the booth will feature every part of the Trillium Secure trusted data services platform.

 

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure makes connected and autonomous vehicles safe and keeps personal information private through its Trusted Mobility Platform and Services powered by blockchain and AI. By establishing trust in data integrity, Trillium facilitates a marketplace for trusted data, applications and services, in addition to positioning customers for compliance with privacy regulations and protecting them from cyber-threats. Trillium accelerates innovation and monetization for OEMs, insurance and mobility-as-a-service providers. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

 

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Trillium Launches Trusted Mobility Platform and Services at CES 2019 – On-Ramp to the 1.5 Trillion Dollar Vehicle Data Marketplace

CES Innovation Award-Winning Trillium Highlights Critical Role of Data Integrity for Trust By Hosting Expert Panels and Technology Demonstrations at Westgate Booth #501

LAS VEGAS, NV – JANUARY3, 2018 –At CES 2019, Trillium Secure (Trillium) will launch its Trusted Mobility Platform and Services, an end-to-end ecosystem of trust that enables transportation providers’ entry into the $1.5 trillion marketplace for trusted vehicle data, applications and services. Trillium’s Trusted Mobility Platform and Services are predicated on establishing two distinct elements of trust – security and data integrity. Trust begins in the electronic control units (ECUs) within the vehicle where raw data is derived. A contiguous chain of trust is extended into the cloud where blockchain technology encapsulates and verifies data for machine learning processing and secure mobility commerce. By recognizing trusted data as the new currency of our truly connected, mobile world, Trillium champions vehicle safety, compliance with privacy regulations and monetization opportunities for automakers, insurance and mobility-as-a-service providers.

 

“The industry’s top minds have been soul-searching for what to do with the explosion of data created by connected vehicles,” said David Uze, CEO and Founder of Trillium Secure. “Our platform and trusted data services address the $1.5 trillion question of how to unify mobility-as-a-service providers, technologies like artificial intelligence, and the necessary qualities of security and data integrity, towards the cause of transforming transportation as we know it.”

 

To highlight the critical role trust plays in accelerating mobility innovation, Trillium won the CES Innovation Award. Trillium will host multiple expert panels each day at its CES 2019 booth (#501 in Westgate) beginning January 8, at 11:00 AM on the topic of “Preserving Safety and Data Privacy in Connected Vehicles.” Another expert panel, “Data is the New Currency – How to Turn Data Into Revenue” takes place on Jan. 9 at 11:00 AM at the Trillium booth where the Innovation trophy is proudly displayed. Industry leaders will give their perspectives on the realities and challenges associated with the rapid digitalization of the transportation industry. Finally, Trillium technologies will be demonstrated to show how immutable trust can turn these changes into lucrative opportunities.

 

The backdrop to this forum for thought leadership will be the launch of Trillium’s Trusted Mobility Platform and Services. Trillium’s technologies imbue trust in data originating from vehicles’ ECUs; light-weight encryption protects the data payload and its securely transmitted to the cloud; blockchain technology confirms the unique ID of each vehicle to aggregate, and track each transaction of data; finally, machine learning engines analyze trusted data to unlock value for value-chain participants. By establishing end-to-end trust, from the silicon level to cloud-based data services, Trusted Mobility Platform and Services transform raw vehicle data to safe, monetizable and widely-applicable smart data.

 

“With exponential growth in the number of connected vehicles, monetizing the emerging data is a crucial emerging business model for OEMs and vendors,” said Praveen Chandrasekar, Vice President at Frost & Sullivan.

 

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure makes connected and autonomous vehicles safe and keeps personal information private through its Trusted Mobility Platform and Services powered by blockchain and AI. By establishing data integrity, Trillium facilitates a marketplace for trusted data, applications and services, in addition to positioning customers for compliance with privacy regulations and protecting them from cyber-threats. Trillium accelerates innovation and monetization for OEMs, insurance and mobility-as-a-service providers. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

 

Press Contact: Susan Donahue
Email: susan.donahue@skyya.com

Trillium Secure Wins CES 2019 Innovation Award

Trillium’s Trusted Data Management Platform & Services

Recognized in the Cybersecurity and Personal Privacy Category

 

SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA– NOVEMBER 14, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in secure data management, was named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree for its trusted mobility platform and services at the CES Unveiled New York event. By recognizing Trillium with this award, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) reaffirmed the mobility industry’s keen interest in Trillium’s connected vehicle safety and data privacy solution. The CES Innovation Award will be proudly displayed at Trillium’s CES Booth (#501) between January 8 – 11, 2019 in the Tech East section.

 

“The smart mobility movement and the V2X landscape needs a trusted partner to keep connected vehicles, and the data generated by them safe and private – Trillium is that partner,” said Dr. Sachio Semmoto Chairman of Trillium. “The CES award represents an outstanding step in the right direction for Trillium and the greater transportation industry”

 

The merits of Trillium’s secure platform as a service were evaluated by a panel of judges, including designers, engineers and members of the tech media based on design, functionality, consumer appeal, engineering and how its solutions compare with the competition. The award winners were announced during CES Unveiled New York, an invite-only tech event bringing together top media, exhibitors and industry leaders for a sneak peek of the products and trends expected at CES 2019.

 

“The CES Innovation Award is proof that Trillium is the defending champion of preserving safety and data privacy in connected vehicles,” said David Uze, CEO and founder of Trillium. “We’re continuing to develop paradigm shifting technologies for keeping vehicle data safe over its lifecycle, and I hope many CES attendees will get the pleasure of experiencing one of our product demonstrations in Las Vegas in January.”

 

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure keeps connected and autonomous vehicles safe, and personal information private, through its trusted mobility platform and services. Trillium’s secure platform as a service enables a wide-range of use-cases for vehicle data analytics and taps into the immense value of connected vehicle data services. To solve problems quickly, offer high value, and establish a mutually beneficial platform for monetizing vehicle data, Trillium develops its security and data management solutions from R&D and operations centers in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Belfast, San Diego and Tokyo. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

 

Press Contact: Kevin Em

Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

Trillium Opens Wireless Center of Excellence in San Diego

Proximity to IoT, Semiconductor, and Connected
Vehicle Companies Accelerates V2X Technology Innovation

SAN DIEGO, CA – NOVEMBER 8, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), a leading provider of trusted data management services, opened the doors of its Wireless Center of Excellence in San Diego. Trillium will leverage the center’s close proximity to wireless, IoT, semiconductor, telematics, and connected vehicle R&D companies to raise awareness of its high integrity data solutions and services for the connected vehicle market.

“The establishment of our newest Trillium office in San Diego is a company milestone,” said Dr. Sachio Semmoto, Chairman of Trillium and serial entrepreneur who has led four startup IPOs. “Building relationships with innovative players like Qualcomm and research institutions such as San Diego State University and UC San Diego, will enhance Trillium’s capacity to deliver superior and safe customer experiences, unique economic value propositions, and transformational change.”

Trillium’s secure platform as a service provides a complete security and access solution for vehicle data from its origin, during its transit through the cloud, until the data is retired. Modern-day vehicles are dangerously vulnerable to cyber-attackers and data thieves, especially during the development phase of V2X applications. Therefore, the Wireless Center of Excellence will inform and partner with V2X specialists and establish Trillium as the de facto platform standard for trusted data and services in the mobility industry.

“Secured transmission of vehicle data is vital to enhancing safety, data privacy, and most importantly, the public’s trust in the transformational technologies driving the trusted mobility revolution forward,” said David Uze, CEO and founder of Trillium. “Our team members in San Diego are already partnering with OEMs to ensure Trillium is the undisputed leader in establishing a mutually beneficial platform for monetizing vehicle data.”

About Trillium Secure, Inc.
Trillium Secure keeps connected and autonomous vehicles safe, and personal information private, through its trusted mobility platform and services. Trillium’s secure platform as a service enables a wide-range of use-cases for vehicle data analytics and taps into the immense value of connected vehicle data services. To solve problems quickly, offer high value, and establish a mutually beneficial platform for monetizing vehicle data, Trillium develops its security and data management solutions from R&D and operations centers in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Belfast, San Diego and Tokyo. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

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Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

Trillium Appoints U.S Military and Industry Veteran to Propel Sales

Defense and High-Tech Expert Joe Lawrence Heads Wireless Center of Excellence

SAN DIEGO, CA – OCTOBER 16, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc., the leader in trusted mobility platform services, announced the appointment of Joe Lawrence as Vice President of Sales for the Americas. From his base at Trillium’s Wireless Center of Excellence in San Diego, Mr. Lawrence will lead sales and increase Trillium’s market share in the secure data management industry within the Western Hemisphere.

“I am excited to welcome Joe to the Trillium team,” said David Uze, President and CEO of Trillium. “His extensive cross-industry experience and ability to close deals with Global 1000 companies lends itself to elevating our vision and its execution to the next level. His background in the wireless industry and the U.S military is a valuable asset to our team, and it gives us the ability to connect with commercial and government partners.”

Mr. Lawrence is a former U.S. Navy submarine captain and Professional Engineer, with degrees in engineering and finance. Among his notable achievements, Mr. Lawrence spearheaded the deployment of DIRECTV throughout Latin America and played a pivotal role in introducing Apple to Qualcomm, which led to the creation of the first iPhone.

“Trillium is firmly committed to playing a dominant role within the world of data protection and cybersecurity throughout the Western Hemisphere,” said Mr. Lawrence, “I’m excited to be a part of the Trillium team in San Diego. We look forward to working with our commercial and government clients to protect the data, privacy and safety of their connected fleets and autonomous vehicles on land, sea and in the air.”

To learn more about Trillium and its suite of solutions that protect vehicle controls and mission-critical data from a range of cyber-threats, please visit: https://trilliumsecure.com.

About Trillium Secure, Inc.
Trillium Secure keeps your connected and autonomous vehicles safe, and your personal information private, through a trusted data management platform as a subscription service. Trillium’s software products are used by automotive OEMs, aerospace and defense organizations, insurance companies and ride-share services. Trillium’s in-vehicle network protection, machine learning algorithms, secure over-the-air updates and security operations center serve a critical function in the widespread adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles. Trillium R&D and operations centers are in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City, San Diego and Tokyo. For more information visit https://trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

Press Contact: Kevin Em
Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

Trillium Unveils PassGO Hacking Challenge at UCLA

UCLA’s Engineering Society Gets First-Look at Trillium’s Online Car Hacking Simulation During Hack Across America Campaign

LOS ANGELES, CAOCTOBER 4, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in vehicle cybersecurity and secure data services, unveiled its new PassGO Hacking Challenge on UCLA’s campus as part of the company’s Hack Across America campaign. The launch event was hosted by the university’s Engineering Society where students trained for participation in the PassGO Hacking Challenge, and gained insights about what it is like working at a tech startup, and why vehicular cybersecurity and personal data privacy is important.

It was a pleasure to host Trillium on campus and to give our members the first-look at PassGO,” said Yu Hong Hwang, President of the Engineering Society. “I’m confident that many engineering students will participate in the challenge, and we enjoyed the chance to interact with a cybersecurity startup’s management team about real-world technology development.”

UCLA’s Engineering Society was the perfect audience for introducing Trillium’s PassGO Hacking Challenge,” said Ross Hirschi, Director of Global Engineering. “We hope that many talented students use our online car hacking simulation to learn more about security vulnerabilities and become passionate about the field of cybersecurity.”

The PassGO Hacking Challenge invites cybersecurity enthusiasts and engineers to break through five levels of vehicular network message protection, which include increasingly advanced modules of Trillium’s SecureGOtechnology. Users are prompted to decrypt coded messages and reply with a correct answer in plain text to advance to the next level.

The launch event at UCLA was another stop along Trillium’s Hack Across America campaign, a series of educational and recruitment programs taking place across the U.S. which the company’s CEO David Uze personally embarked upon earlier this year.

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure keeps your connected and autonomous vehicles safe, and your personal information private, through a cybersecurity platform as a subscription service. Trillium’s software products are used by automotive OEMs, aerospace and defense organizations, insurance companies and ride-share services to form a multi-layered defense against cyber-attacks. Trillium’s in-vehicle network protection, machine learning algorithms, secure over-the-air updates, and security operations center serve a critical function in the widespread adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles. Trillium R&D and operations centers are in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, San Diego, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. For more information visit https://trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

About Engineering Society at UCLA

The Engineering Society at UCLA helps facilitate communication and events between the engineering student body and the UCLA School of Engineering. In particular, ESUC is responsible for hosting several major engineering school events, including Engineering Welcome Day and Engineers Week.

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Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

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Trillium Partners with UEC for Military Vehicle Cybersecurity

Trillium’s Cybersecurity Suite Integrates with UEC’s Power Management Systems in U.S. Military Tanks and Heavy Vehicles

ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in vehicle cybersecurity and secure data lifecycle management, is partnering with UEC Electronics (UEC) to explore the development of a multi-layered, rugged and adaptable cyber-defense for military vehicles.

“Trillium’s software platform is an excellent fit with our mission critical electronic hardware products,” said David Taylor, Director of Business Development at UEC Electronics.

Synergies between Trillium’s cybersecurity professionals and UEC’s electronic and power experts include the combined know-how to develop a modular lifecycle cybersecurity assurance platform.

“It’s an honor to have Trillium’s technology doing its part in protecting our troops on the modern battlefield,” said David Uze, CEO and Founder of Trillium. “Our partnership with UEC will facilitate the development of a wide range of solutions to defend military vehicles against cyber-attacks during their missions and throughout their lifecycle.”

 

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure keeps your connected and autonomous vehicles safe and your private information confidential through a cybersecurity platform as a subscription service. Trillium’s software products are used by automotive OEMs, aerospace and defense organizations, insurance companies and ride-share services to form a multi-layered defense against cyber-attacks. Trillium’s in-vehicle network protection, machine learning algorithms, secure over-the-air updates, and security operations center serve a critical component to the widespread adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles. Trillium R&D and operations centers are in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. For more information visit www.TrilliumSecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

 

About UEC

UEC has specialized in the development and production of mission critical electronic hardware products for the Army, Navy and Marine Corps for over 20 years. UEC has developed military vehicle electronics from MRAP power distribution units (PDUs) to whole system Vehicle Electrical Architectures (VEA) for Marine Corps combat vehicles. Founded in 1995, UEC Electronics is a subsidiary of Arotech’s (Nasdaq ARTX) Power Systems Division. The Arotech Power Systems Division develops and provides sophisticated portable energy solutions designed to complex and demanding customer specifications. These solutions are used for diverse applications from vehicle power, clean energy power generation, power distribution and management, military field equipment to life-vest lights, satellite radios and unmanned vehicles. Arotech’s solutions are produced primarily for military, aerospace and industrial customers.

Trillium Press Contact: Kevin Em

Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

 

UEC Press Contact: Hannah Baldwin

Email: HannahBaldwin@UEC-Electroncis.com

Trillium Partners with University of Michigan’s TechLab at Mcity For AI Research to Secure Connected Cars

Trillium’s Lead Data Scientists Mentor U-M Students

On Technology Development and Entrepreneurship  

ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), the leader in vehicle cybersecurity and secure data lifecycle management, has partnered with the University of Michigan’s TechLab at Mcity program, managed by the Center for Entrepreneurship, to conduct research on how AI can bolster a vehicle’s defenses against cyber-attack. Trillium’ s Director of Global Engineering, Mr. Ross Hirschi, will collaborate with TechLab at Mcity, a Company-in-Residence program for advanced mobility companies in the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry, by providing mentorship to a team of students from technical departments at the University of Michigan.

 

“We are thrilled to be working in partnership with TechLab at Mcity and to have access to the nation’s leading mobility research and test facility,” said David Uze, Founder and CEO of Trillium. “Collaboration with TechLab at Mcity will enhance Trillium’s mission to make connected and autonomous vehicles safe from cyber-attack.”

 

Ross Hirschi will spearhead the project to refine SecureIXS, Trillium’s intrusion detection and prevention system (IDPS). SecureIXS creates a protective firewall for each electronic control unit (ECU) by leveraging AI and machine learning to inspect behavioral level patterns and to detect anomalies in entire vehicle fleets. Another project goal is to mentor University of Michigan students on using IDPS’ deep learning capabilities to model normal data traffic, to prevent rogue messages from entering ECUs, and to validate Trillium’s AI solution at the incubator’s state-of-the-art facilities. SecureIXS is one component of Trillium’s multi-layered solution that prevents malicious cyber-attackers from tampering with vehicles’ mission-critical ECU.

 

“Partnering with Trillium gives TechLab students the unique opportunity to engage in entrepreneurship while applying classroom learning to practical technology development in the connected and autonomous mobility industry,” said Nick Moroz, Assistant Director of Entrepreneurial Practice at the Center for Entrepreneurship. “I’m confident that the results of this partnership will attract many driven, passionate, and talented students to the cybersecurity field.”

 

 

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium Secure keeps your connected and autonomous vehicles safe and your private information confidential through a cybersecurity platform as a subscription service. Trillium’s software products are used by automotive OEMs, aerospace and defense organizations, insurance companies and ride-share services to form a multi-layered defense against cyber-attacks. Trillium’s in-vehicle network protection, machine learning algorithms, secure over-the-air updates, and security operations center serve a critical component to the widespread adoption of connected and autonomous vehicles. Trillium R&D and operations centers are in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. For more information visit www.TrilliumSecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

 

About TechLab at Mcity

TechLab at Mcity is a Company-in-Residence program (company-sponsored technical projects housed at Mcity and the Ann Arbor campus) for early-stage advanced mobility companies in the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry through the work of elite and technically-skilled students. The program pairs emerging transportation startups (Post-series A funding) with top-tier undergraduate students studying Engineering, Computer Science, and Data Analytics interested in tackling industry challenges defined by technical projects, with the goal of educating students through mentorship and immersive interaction with high-growth ventures. The program aims to develop a talent pipeline for the growing CAV industry, connecting students and company sponsors, leveraging the University of Michigan’s regional access to automotive and transportation industry legacies.

 

 

Press Contact: Kevin Em

Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

 

Press Contact: Nick Moroz

Email: nmoroz@umich.edu

Trillium Secure Holds the Line Against DEF CON’s Hacker

Trillium’s Unclaimed Break-in Bounty Shows Strength of its In-Vehicle Defense

SUNNYVALE, CA, Aug 20, 2018 – (ACN Newswire) – No hacker claimed the bounty offered by Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium) at DEF CON 26, which proved the strength of its cybersecurity solution for vehicles and fleets.

“Participating in DEF CON every year is very important to us because the hacking conference is a proving ground for our technology,” said Dr. Sachio Semmoto, Chairman of Trillium. The bounty program was part of Trillium’s ‘DEF CON 26 Pass-GO Challenge,’ which tested the company’s multi-layered defense against cyber-attacks and called for more collaboration with the hacker community to improve Trillium’s in-vehicle network solution. This was the second year DEF CON’s elite hackers were unable to penetrate Trillium’s solution.

Trillium’s engineers also placed second in the Capture the Flag competition. This distinction will increase vehicle operators’ and fleet owners’ confidence in Trillium’s ability to find software bugs and protect data from motivated attackers.

“Our talented team demonstrated leadership in secure data lifecycle management by successfully defending against cyber-attacks,” said David Uze, Founder and CEO of Trillium. “We will continue collaborating with Car Hacking Village participants and the broader hacker community to raise awareness about vehicle cyber-attacks.”

DEF CON 26 is an annual hacking conference in Las Vegas that attracts over 20,000 attendees. The next Pass-GO Challenge will be announced on October 3, 2018 at https://trilliumsecure.com/media/#blog.

About Trillium Secure, Inc.

Trillium delivers comprehensive cybersecurity protection and secure data lifecycle management for vehicles and fleets through a subscription service. This protection uses a multi-layered approach to harden connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and fleets against cyber-attacks. Trillium delivers an authenticated operational and threat management data solution for fleet vehicles that preserves privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity of data while at rest and in motion. A wide range of verticals, including automotive manufacturers, aerospace and defense organizations, and insurance companies, can defend against cyber-vulnerabilities with Trillium’s solutions. Value-added service providers depend on secure, authentic data from Trillium for car sharing, digital forensics, preventive maintenance, telematics, usage-based insurance and other services. Trillium design centers and fleet security operation sites are located in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. Trillium will open a European design center in Q3 2018. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

Press Contact: Kevin Em
Email: Kevin.Em@TrilliumSecure.com

Trillium Selected as Plug and Play’s Hottest Company

Trillium’s Rapid Growth Attributed to Close-Knit Partnership with the Innovation Platform

SUNNYVALE, CA, Aug 17, 2018 – Trillium Secure, Inc. (Trillium), a leader in secure data lifecycle management and cybersecurity, was selected as Plug and Play’s Hottest Company for the month of August.

“We highly value the full-range of support Plug and Play delivers for launching Trillium to its next level of success,” said Dr. Sachio Semmoto, Chairman of Trillium and serial entrepreneur who has led eight startup IPOs. To win this award, Trillium competed against hundreds of startups based in Plug and Play’s Sunnyvale office. The committee voted for the Hottest Company by considering growth, the leadership team, IP value and other factors.

“Trillium stood out from the companies we invested in because of its innovative approach to vehicular data lifecycle protection against cyber-attack,” said Saeed Amidi, CEO and Founder of Plug and Play. Because the latest car models increasingly resemble a computer on wheels, the value of a multi-layered approach to reducing your car’s cyber-vulnerabilities rises. Trillium’s global R&D centers develop comprehensive cybersecurity solutions for vehicle fleets.

“Plug and Play provides great access to portfolio and industry partners, which has been a major factor in fueling Trillium’s growth,” said David Uze, Founder and CEO of Trillium. “Being intimately involved in the larger ecosystem of investors, corporations, and startups is a big advantage as we pioneer the secure data lifecycle management industry.”

About Trillium Secure, Inc.
Trillium delivers comprehensive cybersecurity protection and secure data lifecycle management for vehicles and fleets through a subscription service. This protection uses a multi-layered approach to harden connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and fleets against cyber-attacks. Trillium delivers an authenticated operational and threat management data solution for fleet vehicles that preserves privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity of data while at rest and in motion. A wide range of verticals, including automotive manufacturers, aerospace and defense organizations, and insurance companies, can defend against cyber-vulnerabilities with Trillium’s solutions. Value-added service providers depend on secure, authentic data from Trillium for car sharing, digital forensics, preventive maintenance, telematics, usage-based insurance and other services. Trillium design centers and fleet security operation sites are located in Sunnyvale, Ann Arbor, Ho Chi Minh City and Tokyo. Trillium will open a European design center in Q3 2018. For more information visit www.trilliumsecure.com and follow us on LinkedIn.

About Plug and Play
Plug and Play is a global innovation platform. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, we have built accelerator programs, corporate innovation services, and an in-house VC to facilitate technological advancement progress faster than ever before. Since inception in 2006, our programs have expanded worldwide to include a presence in over 20 locations globally giving startups the necessary resources to succeed in Silicon Valley and beyond. With over 10,000 startups and 220 official corporate partners, we have created the ultimate startup ecosystem in many industries. We are the world’s most active venture capital firm, with roughly 250 startup investments a year. To learn more, please visit https://www.plugandplay.com.

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