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Nations today face a security challenge that transcends conventional military and asymmetric threats. In today's networked world, safeguarding cyberspace has become a matter of vital strategic importance. The same is true when it comes to protecting critical infrastructure and borders. At AFCEA Bonn 2017, Rheinmetall is presenting its activities in the field cyber defence, which include _cyel equilibrum, the company’s cyber network security solution.

Cybersecurity involves a constant game of cat and mouse between attackers and defenders – in which the attackers always have the edge. _cyel was formed to rebalance this asymmetric competition. With top specialists, proprietary technologies from Switzerland and Germany as well as customer-friendly solutions.

Behind _cyel are seasoned technical specialists with deep insights into cybersecurity and the resolute determination to make the Internet fundamentally more secure. Neutral and long-term. The company was initiated by Rheinmetall and Dreamlab: Rheinmetall is promoting a neutral European solution to compete with the dominant market providers. Dreamlab possesses expertise in the methods and technology of cyber attacks and has used this to develop specific approaches that enable a solution for the paradigm shift.


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