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Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | December 1, 2022

“Zero trust security vendor Xage launched Thursday its Zero Trust Session Collaboration tool that delivers secure multi-user session collaboration for critical infrastructure and industrial organizations.” More ›

World Pipelines | Sara Simper | December 1, 2022

“Xage, the zero trust real-world security company, has launched Zero Trust Session Collaboration to enable faster, more secure collaboration for critical infrastructure and industrial organisations.” More ›

GlobeNewswire | December 1, 2022

“New solution secures widespread cybersecurity weak point: remote access and collaboration within distributed industrial organizations.” More ›

IT Brew | Eoin Higgins | November 23, 2022

“The threat level genuinely has increased astonishingly much in the last 18 months, Xage Security CEO Duncan Greatwood told IT Brew.” More ›

Security Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | November 10, 2022

“More attacks mean more demand for cybersecurity experts — but the talent chasm is ever-widening.” More ›

Utility Dive | Herman K. Trabish | November 9, 2022

“Permissive access to chargers was adequate for traditional power systems, but vehicle-grid integration to manage charging adds orders of magnitude of operational complexity, added Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity specialist Xage.” More ›

World Pipelines | Sara Simper | October 28, 2022

“Xage, the zero trust real-world security company, has announced its aggregation partnership with Four Inc., a boutique aggregator providing technology solutions to the public sector to expedite zero trust adoption across the US government.” More ›

GovConWire | Naomi Cooper | October 26, 2022

“Xage Security will collaborate with Four Inc. to bring zero trust offerings to the federal government under an aggregation partnership between the two companies.” More ›

GlobeNewswire | October 26, 2022

“The collaboration adds zero trust solutions to Four Inc.’s tech stack and marks Xage as one of the leading partners for operational technology security in the public sector.” More ›

InformationWeek | Carrie Pallardy | October 14, 2022

“With distributed assets and a mix of legacy and modern equipment, real-world operations have been incredibly difficult to secure, making them prime targets for ransomware and nation state attacks, says Roman Arutyunov, co-founder and vice president of products for zero-trust security company Xage.” More ›

IT Brew | Billy Hurley | October 5, 2022

“Firing off a bunch of login attempts at once, from one location, would seem suspicious to a network administrator, so password stuffers are often careful to mask their IP addresses, take over machines, and appear to be coming from a variety of destinations, according to Duncan Greatwood, CEO at the cybersec platform provider Xage Security.” More ›

Forbes | John Tough | September 29, 2022

“Today’s utilities and renewable power operators have millions of digital systems, such as smart meters, controllers and sensors, deployed across thousands of square miles. Xage enables operators to deliver remote access to their devices on an auditable basis with security enforcement ensured.” More ›

World Pipelines | Sara Simper | September 28, 2022

“Advantech, leading provider of industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and automation technology, and Xage Security, leader in zero trust real-world security, have announced a new partnership to support zero trust adoption in critical infrastructure.” More ›

Dark Reading | Duncan Greatwood | September 20, 2022

“A call for federal agency “review and assessment” of cyber-safety plans at water treatment plants should better protect customers and move the industry forward.” More ›

S&P Global | David DiMolfetta | September 13, 2022

“We see this as climbing a ladder of maturity in terms of cyber protection, and a lot of the critical operations are starting at the bottom of the ladder,” said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security Inc., a security services company that helps critical infrastructure companies meet cybersecurity compliance.” More ›

Intelligence Community News | Loren Blinde | September 6, 2022

“On August 31, Palo Alto, CA-based Xage launched Xage Cybersecurity Services to accelerate cyber-defense transformation and help operators meet security requirements ahead of compliance deadlines.” More ›

Washington Technology | Ross Wilkers | September 2, 2022

“A cybersecurity company focused on critical infrastructure, the firm is looking to expand its footing among federal agencies that includes partnerships with systems integrators.” More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | September 1, 2022

“Zero trust security firm Xage launched Wednesday its Cybersecurity Services to accelerate a shift to proactive cyber defense. It will also help improve compliance with cybersecurity mandates for oil and gas pipeline operators from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).” More ›

World Pipelines | Sara Simper | September 1, 2022

“Xage, the zero trust real-world security company, today launches Xage Cybersecurity Services to accelerate cyber-defence transformation and help operators meet security requirements ahead of compliance deadlines.” More ›

ExecutiveBiz | Regina Garcia | September 1, 2022

“Palo Alto, California-based Xage Security has created a business unit with the goal of helping critical infrastructure operators protect operational and information technology systems against cyber threats.” More ›

SiliconAngle | Duncan Riley | August 31, 2022

“Xage Cybersecurity Services features a full lifecycle of consulting and global implementation capabilities.” More ›

GlobeNewswire | August 31, 2022

“Strategic hire and global system integrators partnerships expand service capabilities to scale zero trust adoption globally.”  More ›

ExecutiveBiz | Charles Lyons-Burt | August 31, 2022

“In a wave of new appointments signaling Xage‘s expansion, the cybersecurity services company has appointed former Booz Allen Hamilton executive Darron Makrokanis as chief revenue officer and former Lockheed Martin executive Matthew Heideman as vice president of federal business.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | August 31, 2022

“As urgent need for Xage Solutions and Services grow, CRO Darron Makrokanis and VP Federal Matthew Heideman join Xage.”  More ›

The Washington Post | Tim Starks | August 23, 2022

“With events like the South Staffordshire, U.K., hack last week, and the Oldsmar, Fla. water treatment facility attack last year, utilities and governments are getting spooked — and real change finally appears to be imminent, Duncan Greatwood, CEO of critical infrastructure security company Xage.” More ›

GlobeNewswire | August 18, 2022

“For improved protection, operational security is evolving from a network-centric to an asset-centric security model.”  More ›

Dark Reading | Duncan Greatwood | August 8, 2022

“A worsening threat landscape, increased digitization, and the long-term positive effects of modern security strategies are pushing critical infrastructure operators to do better.”  More ›

Energywire | Christian Vasquez | July 26, 2022

“In operation environments, patching may be very difficult, actually, and it’s not quite as easy,” said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity firm Xage Security Inc. “Some of the devices may not even be possible to patch them. It definitely should be done in cases where it can be done, but where it can’t be done, then you can bring these alternative approaches. As long as they achieve the same outcome, then the TSA is likely to be happy with that.”  More ›

Security Week | Eduard Kovacs | July 25, 2022

“Perhaps what comes through most strongly is that TSA is seeking to provide greater choice in the methods operators use to enhance cybersecurity. While this idea was already present in last year’s draft regulations, under the name of ‘alternative methods’, this idea—now called ‘compensating controls’—has become central to the protections required, commented Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage”  More ›

The Record | Jonathan Greig | July 22, 2022

“Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity firm Xage, said that after seeing a draft of the specific regulations in the directive, he noted that TSA is doubling down in some areas, such as access control and credential management for critical infrastructure systems, while relaxing some rules in other areas, such as lead times for incident reporting.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | July 22, 2022

“TSA is seeking to provide greater choice in the methods used to enhance cybersecurity; this could lead to faster compliance and stronger protection from threats,  said Duncan Greatwood, Xage CEO.”  More ›

EE Times | Ann R. Thryft | July 20, 2022

“Although some cybersecurity problems are similar across the energy, electric utility, and water and wastewater industries, there are also major differences, Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage, told EE Times.”  More ›

SC Magazine | July 20, 2022

“Forty-one percent of critical infrastructure operators noted being in the early zero trust adoption stages and 88% have already begun moving toward zero trust, while all said they intend future zero trust implementation, according to a survey from Xage.”  More ›

Security Week | Eduard Kovacs | July 15, 2022

“A survey commissioned by cybersecurity company Xage shows that zero trust is on track to being implemented in many operational technology (OT) environments, particularly in critical infrastructure organizations.”  More ›

Smart Grid Today | July 15, 2022

“Increased cyber threats and government directives have made cybersecurity a top priority among critical infrastructure organizations, said cybersecurity firm Xage.”  More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | July 14, 2022

“Zero trust security firm Xage released a Thursday report identifying that increased cyber threats and government directives have made cybersecurity a top priority among critical infrastructure organizations.”  More ›

AIT News Desk | July 14, 2022

“Investment from Chevron Technology Ventures extends Xage’s series B to address attacks on critical infrastructure.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | July 14, 2022

“Concerns with rip-and-replace costs, lack of resources could add years to zero trust implementations.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | July 14, 2022

“Investment from Chevron Technology Ventures extends Xage’s series B to address attacks on critical infrastructure.”  More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | June 12, 2022

“With the rise of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS), ransomware attackers are growing more sophisticated, and attacks themselves are becoming more devastating to operations and civilians alike,” Roman Arutyunov, co-founder and vice president of product at Xage Security, told Industrial Cyber.”  More ›

Security Magazine | Roman Arutyunov | June 10, 2022

“From the energy sector to car manufacturing, every major business is likely part of a lengthy supply chain. And, as the name suggests, if even one small part of the system fails, the entire ecosystem can weaken or collapse.”  More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | June 9, 2022

“Today, the company announced a new tool designed to help customers to defend against the MFA bombing attacks we have been seeing.”  More ›

SiliconANGLE | Duncan Riley | June 9, 2022

“Zero-trust security startup Xage Security Inc. has introduced a new distributed, multilayer multifactor authentication service designed for real-world operations.”  More ›

Smart Grid Today | June 10, 2022

“Cybersecurity firm Xage introduced what it called the first-ever distributed, multilayer, multi-factor authentication (MFA) designed for real-world operations.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | June 9, 2022

“The first-of-its-kind offering prevents MFA bombing attacks to keep key services online.”  More ›

SC Media | May 18, 2022

“Xage Security recognized as an innovative identity management solution for real world operations to protect critical infrastructure.”  More ›

SecurityWeek | Kevin Townsend | May 12, 2022

“The new financing comes from SCF Partners, an investor in energy and critical infrastructure services, and Overture Venture Capital, which specializes in startups in government, energy and climate.”  More ›

Overture | Shomik Dutta | May 12, 2022

“Overture is pleased to announce an investment into Xage, a ‘zero-trust’ cybersecurity startup.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | May 12, 2022

“Zero trust security company extends Series B as customers double, and rollouts accelerate to meet federal mandates and protect against heightened cyber risk.”  More ›

Stevie American Business Awards | April 28, 2022

“Xage selected as a Gold Winner in this year’s Stevie American Business Awards for Identity & Access Security Solution.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | March 3, 2022

“The Hungary-based company is now a reseller of the Xage Fabric, unlocking zero trust security for manufacturing customers in addition to digital transformation solutions.”  More ›

EE Times | Ann R. Thryft | February 24, 2022

“The importance of cybersecurity for critical infrastructure was already high on the agenda of U.S. organizations, but now the urgency has increased even more,” Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity provider Xage Security”  More ›

Pulse 2.0 | Dan Anderson | January 13, 2022

“Xage — the zero-trust security company — today announced a $30M Series B, accelerating its efforts to make zero trust the dominant security strategy for real-world operations.”  More ›

SC Media | SC Staff | January 11, 2022

“Xage, a technology startup that provides solutions enabling infrastructure such as gas and oil pipelines, electrical grids and water supplies to operate securely, said it raised $30 million in a Series B funding round, which brings its total funds raised to $54 million, according to TechCrunch.”  More ›

The Fast Mode| Ray Sharma | January 11, 2022

“Xage, the zero trust security company, recently announced a $30M Series B, accelerating its efforts to make zero trust the dominant security strategy for real-world operations.”  More ›

The Cyber Hut | January 7, 2022

“A zero trust security platform focused upon operational technology has netted a $30 million Series B round.”  More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | January 5, 2022

“Xage is a startup working to keep critical infrastructure like oil and gas pipelines, water supplies and electrical grids up and running securely. Today, the company announced a $30 million Series B.”  More ›

VentureBeat | Kyle Alspach | January 5, 2022

“Xage, which today announced a $30 million series B funding round, said that its platform for enabling zero trust identity security in “real world” operational infrastructure saw a 5X increase in new customer deployments in 2021.”  More ›

The Wall Street Journal | January 5, 2022

“Piva led the investment, which included support from Momenta, Valor Equity Partners,OurCrowd, March Capital, City Light Capital, Saints Capital and Saudi Aramco EnergyVentures.”  More › (Subscription required)

SiliconANGLE | Maria Deutscher | January 5, 2022

“Xage Security Inc., a startup helping companies such as utilities and logistics firms improve the cybersecurity of their infrastructure, has closed a $30 million funding round.”  More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | January 5, 2022

“Xage, a company that aims to secure operational components of the electrical grid, announced today it has raised $30 million in a Series B round of financing.”  More ›

FinSMEs | January 5, 2022

“Xage, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based zero trust security company, raised $30M in Series B funding.”  More ›

FinTech Global | January 5, 2022

“Xage, a zero-trust security company, has collected $30m in its Series B funding round.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | January 5, 2022

“As the next wave of cybersecurity emerges, investors back Xage to secure and transform environments spanning operations, IT, and cloud.”  More ›

Military Embedded Systems | Lisa Daigle | December 9, 2021

“Cybersecurity company Xage is partnering with IT provider Iron Bow Technologies to offer zero-trust cybersecurity solutions for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal agencies.”  More ›

GlobeNewswire | December 9, 2021

“The Xage Fabric will add zero trust security offering to Iron Bow’s IT stack.”  More ›

SC Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | December 9, 2021

“The Colonial attack made it clear that real-world operations are continually under attack and that security must accordingly become a priority.”  More ›

EE Times | Ann R. Thryft | November 5, 2021

“Given the lack of agreement on how nations and their citizens should behave in cyberspace, Xage said the new bureau can help fill the gap. For example, the agency could establish “guardrails” akin to those already in place for international human rights and the use of chemical weapons.”  More ›

Business Wire | October 5, 2021

“Stratus Technologies, a global leader in simplified, protected, and autonomous Edge Computing platforms, today announced the validation of Xage Security Fabric on the Stratus ztC Edge computing platform following performance testing conducted by Xage Security.”  More ›

The Reliable Wire | Duncan Greatwood | October 4, 2021

“Today, too many DER sites rely on security models that slow innovation and are vulnerable to compromise. As energy companies become a top target for ransomware and other cyberattacks, change is needed.”  More ›

ExecutiveBiz | Nichols Martin | September 30, 2021

“The Department of Energy has awarded Xage a contract to implement zero trust across critical energy delivery systems to help prevent cyber attacks during emergencies.”  More ›

SC Magazine | Joe Uchill | September 30, 2021

“Xage announced Wednesday it had secured a DoE contract to develop a zero-trust solution for remote terminal units and switches to facilitate emergency technicians during contingency events.”  More ›

Security Week | Kevin Townsend | September 30, 2021

“The Department of Energy has contracted with Xage, a zero-trust access provider, to expand its existing Xage Fabric application to provide secure and controlled access to emergency responders.”  More ›

Smart Grid Today | September 29, 2021

“Covers contingency events such as storms, disasters — Xage, calling itself the first and only zero-trust, real-world cybersecurity company, announced today a new contract with Department of Energy.”  More ›

Global Newswire | September 29, 2021

“Xage to expand Fabric application to grant secure access to emergency responders to keep critical services online.”  More ›

Tech in Motion | September 14, 2021

Xage mentioned: “Xage selected as a Best Tech for Good finalist in this year’s Timmy Awards for work helping to prevent ransomware attacks.”  More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | August, 2 2021

Xage mentioned: “It’s serving as a larger wake-up call to organizations that have escaped cyber regulation in the past; they have to prepare for future directives that ask for more than voluntary compliance and mandate a strengthened cybersecurity posture” Duncan Greatwood, Xage CEO More ›

Avanta Ventures | July, 26 2021

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | July, 21 2021

Xage mentioned: “Duncan Greatwood explained how his company, Xage Security’s goals are to stop the attacks from happening and allow innovation and change to continue without creating new attack vectors and exposure” More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | July, 21 2021

Xage mentioned: “Today’s second directive outlined cybersecurity imperatives for pipeline systems, and this is the first time the federal government has specifically noted the protection of operational technology (OT) from ransomware, which extends beyond IT environments” Duncan Greatwood, Xage CEO More ›

Global Newswire | July 20, 2021

“With the ability to control every digital interaction, Xage attracts customers operating in space, manufacturing, utilities, energy, logistics and beyond.” More ›

CRN | July, 19 2021

Xage mentioned: “In our annual Emerging Vendors special report, CRN shines a light on some of the most exciting new channel-focused vendors helping create new solutions for business and opportunity for solution providers.” More ›

TechRepublic | Scott Matteson | July 9, 2021

“Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage, a zero-trust security company, pointed out that a ransomware attack can be much more damaging than just preventing access to valuable data.” More ›

Broadcast Cover | July 3, 2021

Xage mentioned: “Another blockchain system, namely Xage, is the first-ever blockchain development based on cyber security design.” More ›

Oilfield Tech | Duncan Greatwood | June 22, 2021

“Duncan Greatwood, Xage Security, USA, explains why security is a key precondition for efficient drilling operations.” More › (PDF)

IoT Tech Trends | Cate Lawrence | May 29, 2021

“We are replacing manual workflows with what we sometimes call the Internet of Airfield Things. The copy sensors, the maintenance equipment sensors, the sensors that handle the technicians, and the apps can converge and communicate fully digital fashion.” More ›

Dark Reading | Robert Lemos | May 27, 2021

Xage mentioned: “Knowing that data on attacks and details of incidents could be made public in the future may be enough to get the industry to commit to cybersecurity more fully, says Duncan Greatwood, CEO of zero-trust security firm Xage.” More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | May 27, 2021

Xage mentioned: “Commenting on the latest government move, Xage CEO Duncan Greatwood says that the DHS security directive is likely just the beginning of a larger process in which the U.S. government provides both incentives and regulation to push companies to cyber-harden their operations.” More ›

VDC Research | Jared Weiner | May 19, 2021

Xage mentioned: “As high-profile breaches make headlines and raise awareness across all areas of industry, industrial organizations have become increasingly proactive in addressing OT security, mindful of the potentially catastrophic consequences of a breach.” More ›

1898 & Co. | Carmen Garibi | April 29, 2021

“A “zero-trust” model of security provides new tools to digitize operations while maintaining security. Through our partnership with a security technology company called Xage, 1898 & Co. is accelerating zero-trust security adoption within critical infrastructure sectors.” More ›

EE Times | Ann R. Thryft | April 28, 2021

“While some cybersecurity providers are doing it at the network level, that’s almost entirely in IT, Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity provider Xage.” More ›

FedScoop | Jackson Barnett | April 28, 2021

“The Air Mobility Command will work with Xage on digitizing secure data sharing of repair information in “flightline operations,” the work done on aircraft to prepare for takeoff.” More ›

Security Week | Kevin Townsend | April 27, 2021

“You could describe the adoption of a zero-trust model as part of the digitization of aircraft maintenance, said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage.” More ›

Military Embedded Systems | Lisa Daigle | April 27, 2021

“Under the terms of the contract, selected maintenance squadrons of the Air Force Air Mobility Command (AMC) will use Xage’s Dynamic Data Security solution to digitize, streamline, transform, and secure the workflows used in aircraft maintenance operations.” More ›

Ledger Insights | April 27, 2021

“The latest project is with the USAF’s Air Mobility Command (AMC) and involves digitizing and securing the workflows for aircraft maintenance operations.” More ›

Global Newswire | April 27, 2021

“The Xage Fabric will enable and protect the streamlining of USAF maintenance operations.” More ›

EE Times | Ann Thryft | April 20, 2021

“Federal agencies have a huge set of OT and IT issues similar to commercial operations, but in some ways magnified,” Duncan Greatwood, CEO of cybersecurity provider Xage, told EE Times.” More ›

SC Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | April 13, 2021

“In scenarios like these, a Zero Trust approach to OT remote access can make all the difference.” More ›

Supply Chain Dive Dive | Deborah Abrams Kaplan | April 7, 2021

Xage mentioned: “The vaccine research and early production phase has been the most targeted so far, by government and independent attacks, attempting to steal intellectual property, said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security” More ›

San Francisco Business Times | Julia Cooper | April 2, 2021

Xage mentioned: “San Francisco Business Times’ cybersecurity companies list ranked by Bay Area cybersecurity employees.” More (Subscription required) ›

Brilliance Security Magazine | Emily Newton | March 15, 2021

Xage mentioned: “Xage Security is a company that aims to help with its blockchain-based, tamper-proof data-sharing solution. Its CEO, Duncan Greatwood, pointed out that the Internet of Things (IoT) presents opportunities to automate data exchanges.” More ›

Cybersecurity Dive | Samantha Schwartz | March 8, 2021

Xage mentioned: “It doesn’t work to simply take IT solutions and drop them into OT. Something new is needed, Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security.” More ›

Industrial Cyber | Anna Ribeiro | March 3, 2021

“Xage announced the release its Zero Trust Remote Access technology that secures remote access for operational technology (OT) environments by using cloud to ease and accelerate the deployment of critical features.” More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | March 2, 2021

“What we’ve done with the cloud solution is made it really simple for people to adopt us by hosting the management software and the core Xage fabric nodes in this Xage cloud, and we’re really dramatically reducing that time to value for a remote access solution for OT.” More ›

Global Newswire | March 2, 2021

“As cyberattacks on industrial operations proliferate, Xage offers Zero Trust Remote Access solution via the cloud.” More ›

Cyber Defense Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | February 8, 2021

“Cybersecurity solutions are often thought of as a single-issue solution: protecting companies from dangerous or costly hacks, or detecting hacks after they’ve already happened, when it may be too late.” More ›

SecurityInfoWatch | Duncan Greatwood | February 3, 2021

“Where it’s no longer possible to physically verify authorized entities, the importance of confidence in digital data is only amplified.” More ›

Electric Energy Online | Roman Arutyunov | January 14, 2021

“Today’s electric utility substations and distribution feeders contain and interact with a variety of assets, including substation computers, intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) and software applications.” More ›

IoT Breakthrough | January 11, 2021

“Xage Security selected as the Emerging Company of the Year in Enterprise IoT.” More ›

Industrial Cyber | Rebecca Addison | December 27, 2020

“Organizations have been forced to rely on their remote access capabilities like never before,” says Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security. “As a result, they need granular control over system access and data sharing internally and among partners.” More ›

Thrive Global | Fotis Georgiadis | December 23, 2020

“The Xage solution, particularly with its dynamic data security capabilities, pivots from a reactive security solution to a proactive basis for digital transformation across industries.” More ›

Cybersecurity Dive | David Jones | December 16, 2020

Xage mentioned: “SUNBURST malware installed at customer organizations issues requests to avsvmcloud[.]com to receive further instructions, said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security. One possible instruction that SUNBURST would receive is to terminate itself.” More ›

Cybersecurity Dive | Samantha Ann Schwartz | December 16, 2020

Xage mentioned: “From research to manufacturing to the cold chain — upon which vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer rely — there’s an “intense set of intellectual problems” for pharmas, said Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage.” More ›

IoT Community | Staff | December 8, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage Security is recognized within IoT Community’s top 100 list of most inspiring IoT focused social media accounts.” More ›

Authority Magazine | Fotis Georgiadis | October 30, 2020

“The Xage solution, particularly with its dynamic data security capabilities, pivots from a reactive security solution to a proactive basis for digital transformation across industries.” More ›

Global Newswire | October 27, 2020

“New solution combines zero-trust control and remote operational access for the first time, allowing for innovation and system optimization in the era of remote work.” More ›

Global Newswire | October 6, 2020

“The Water Resources Recovery Facility of Murfreesboro, TN (MWRRF) today announced their partnership with Xage Security, a California-based cybersecurity firm.” More ›

CodeMotion | Cate Lawrence | September 25, 2020

“One company, Xage, is using blockchain technology to ensure data security in space. Xage Security has developed a blockchain-protected security platform for IoT, creating a tamperproof “fabric” for communication, authentication, and trust that assures security at scale.” More ›

Myce | Maricar Sze | September 22, 2020

“With this partnership, Xage will be working with the USSF, a military branch of the Department of Air Force, to create secure connections between military and civilian satellites, as well as ground stations.” More ›

CoinDesk | Paddy Baker | September 22, 2020

“The service branch protecting U.S. interests outside the stratosphere may use blockchain to render its computer systems, on earth and in space, unhackable.” More ›

FedScoop | Jackson Barnett | September 21, 2020

“The new U.S. Space Force will work with Xage Security on prototyping a zero trust-style security system that is “rooted in tamperproof blockchain technology” to protect space systems in a new deal announced last week.” More ›

RTTNews | Staff | September 21, 2020

“Xage will develop a system for end-to-end data protection across military and civilian assets to support command and control for the USSF. Xage solution will be in the form of a blockchain-protected space system security.” More ›

International Business Times | Vincent Figueras | September 21, 2020

“Blockchain Firm Xage Security was awarded a contract by the United States Air Force (USSF) and the U.S. Air Force Research Lab to develop a system for data security.” More ›

Finance Magnates | Rachel McIntosh | September 21, 2020

“Xage’s blockchain-based software will connect military and civilian satellites with ground stations in a tamper-proof fashion” More ›

The Daily Chain | Anna Larsen | September 21, 2020

“The newly created United States Space Force, or USSF, along with the U.S. Air Force Research Lab, has announced its partnership with blockchain company Xage to develop a data security system.” More ›

CoinTelegraph | Emilia David | September 20, 2020

“The recently created United States Space Force, or USSF, and the U.S. Air Force Research Lab has chosen blockchain firm Xage Security to develop data security systems.” More ›

ExecutiveBiz | Jane Edwards | September 18, 2020

“Xage Security has received a contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory to provide a blockchain-based security platform to the U.S. Space Force to help the service enforce access control and protect data from cyber threats across military and civilian assets.” More ›

Currency | Lawrence Gash | September 18, 2020

“Xage Security has announced a partnership with the United States Space Force (USSF), in a move that will likely encourage the adoption of blockchain-centred approaches to cybersecurity by other major institutions around the world.” More ›

Decrypt | Will Heasman | September 18, 2020

“Blockchain security firm Xage is taking blockchain technology interstellar in a partnership with the US space force. ” More ›

Space News | Debra Werner | September 17, 2020

“Xage Security, a Silicon Valley cybersecurity startup, announced a contract Sept. 17 to develop evaluate and prepare a data protection strategy for the U.S. Space Force” More ›

Ledger Insights | Miranda Wood | September 17, 2020

“Xage Security will be responsible for evaluating and preparing their blockchain-based end-to-end protection solution across civilian and military assets.” More ›

Intelligent Aerospace | Staff | September 17, 2020

“Xage’s solution enables the USSF to enforce verification for any system access, efficiently protect resources even when out of contact, and ensure data can be trusted and protected from source until delivery to the operational units.” More ›

Global Newswire | September 17, 2020

“Xage’s Security Fabric Demonstrates Capability to Support Diverse Systems of Terrestrial and Space-Based Assets” More ›

Hart Energy | September 9, 2020

“Oil operations need a cybersecurity solution that allows secure and granular data sharing among parties while maintaining strict access control.” More ›

World of Mining Professionals | Russell Carter | August 27, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage Security recently introduced a universal Multiple-Factor Authentication (MFA) offering intended to enable industrial organizations to protect a variety of assets, even those that lack basic device password protection.” More ›

Momenta Partners | Ken Forster | July 29, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage based out of California, is a very innovative blockchain-based approach to identity access management down at the controller level.” More ›

CRN | July, 20 2020

Xage mentioned: “In our annual Emerging Vendors special report, CRN shines a light on some of the most exciting new channel-focused vendors helping create new solutions for business and opportunity for solution providers.” More ›

Enterprise Times | Charles Brett | July 8, 2020

“Xage Security (Xage) is introducing a new Multiple-Factor Authentication (MFA) offering. It will enable industrial organizations to protect entire operations across a variety of assets – even those that previously lacked basic device password protection.  More ›

Global Newswire | July 7, 2020

“New technology delivers MFA to protect all industrial assets, regardless of type, connectivity, or location.” More ›

CIO Bulletin | Staff | June 9, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage recognized in CIO Bulletin’s annual Business Excellence Awards alongside 30 other tech companies.”  More ›

DZone | Cate Lawrence | May 15, 2020

“The key to Xage’s solution is blockchain technology. I spoke to CEO Duncan Greenwood to find out more.”  More ›

CoinDesk | Benjamin Powers | May 5, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Duncan Greatwood, the CEO of Xage Security, doesn’t think venture capital firms have stopped thinking of new deals, just fewer of them. “So if you’ve already got a lot of momentum, as we do, then that can actually put you in a stronger position”  More ›

Waterfall Security | May 01, 2020

“Join Roman Arutyunov, Co-Founder at Xage Security to explore industrial block-chains: intrinsically distributed and redundant, proof of authority vs proof of work, a ledger for permissions, not for bitcoin, and many other topics.”  More ›

IndustryWeek | Peter Fretty | April 29, 2020

“Sharing this data securely across multiple parties enables manufacturers to automate, and therefore scale, such treatment options, Xage Security CEO Duncan Greatwood tells IndustryWeek.”  More ›

CB Insights | April 29, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Oil giant Saudi Aramco’s Energy Ventures arm and GE Ventures have both invested in IoT security startup Xage, which uses blockchain to distribute the authentication necessary to access edge entry points.”  More ›

CoinDesk | Benjamin Powers | April 24, 2020

Xage mentioned: “There are still industrial clients such as oil or shipping companies that see the ability to share data privately and securely as a fundamentally part of their businesses, according to Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security.”  More ›

San Francisco Business Times | Ahalya Srikant | April 24, 2020

“Xage named a Top “Best Place to Work in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times for the second straight year.” More ›

Myce | Maricar Sze | April 13, 2020

“Blockchain cybersecurity startup Xage added a new data-sharing security solution to enable sound sharing between multiple systems, locations, and parties.” More ›

Computerworld | Evan Schuman | April 13, 2020

“Beyond the insecurity of SMS MFA, Duncan Greatwood, the CEO of security vendor Xage Security, worries about the more straightforward SIM-jacking.” More ›

Security Boulevard | Ivan Kot | April 9, 2020

“Xage’s expertise in blockchain-powered cybersecurity has recently sparked the interest of the US Air Force. Most military networks are centralized systems with thousands of connected devices, which makes them vulnerable to cyber-attacks.” More ›

PYMNTS | Carolyn Vallejo | April 7, 2020

“There are opportunities here for industrial firms and their vendors to open up new revenue streams and strengthen financial positions, says Duncan Greatwood, CEO of blockchain cybersecurity firm Xage Security. But in order to capture that value, organizations must challenge long-standing reservations about data sharing.” More ›

IoT Evolution | Ken Briodagh | March 31, 2020

“Xage Security, developer of blockchain-protected cybersecurity solutions for IIoT, reportedly has developed a new Dynamic Data Security offering, enforcing what it’s calling “tamperproof data security.”” More ›

Supply and Demand Chain Executive | Staff | March 31, 2020

“Xage Security has developed a new Dynamic Data Security offering, enforcing tamperproof data security with more control and precision than ever before.” More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | March 31, 2020

“Xage, a startup that has been taking an unusual path to secure legacy companies like oil and gas and utilities with help from the blockchain, announced a new data protection service today.” More ›

Global Newswire | March 31, 2020

“Dynamic Data Security delivers flexible and controlled sharing of data with tamperproof authenticity, privacy, and integrity.” More ›

EuroMoney Learning | Staff | March 11, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage is the world’s first blockchain-enabled cybersecurity platform for IoT companies primarily in the transportation, energy and manufacturing industries.” More ›

Medium | John Tough | February 27, 2020

“Subject matter experts representing Claroty, Rockwell Automation, Zingbox Security and Xage Security explored emerging trends in IoT security.” More ›

Startup City | Shane Bond | February 27, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage RBAC enables managed identities and policy-based access control for industrial devices that have device-specific passwords and which allow secure protocol access.” More ›

San Francisco Business Times | Staff | February 27, 2020

Xage mentioned: “2020 Best Places to Work in the Bay Area companies: Xage Security” More ›

CodeMotion | Cate Lawrence | February 20, 2020

“Cybersecurity company Xage works with manufacturers and energy and utility companies to manufacturers to secure their systems. ” More ›

Digital Trends | Greg Nibler | February 19, 2020

“We speak with Duncan Greatwood, chief executive officer of Xage Security, about security on the blockchain, and finding a universal, tamper-proof solution for industrial operations.” More ›

Energy Central | William Buchan | February 7, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Xage Security has developed its secure communication and data transmission technology which is schedule to be demonstrated under a DOE grant.” More ›

Australian Mining Monthly | Staff | February 7, 2020

Xage mentioned: “The conference is well supported with partnering solution providers including Xage Security.” More ›

Electrical industry Week | Staff | February 4, 2020

Xage mentioned: “At the end of July, ISAGCA announced Schneider Electric, Rockwell Automation, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Claroty, and Nozomi Networks as its initial founding members. Subsequently, as of the end of 2019, additional companies joined the ISAGCA as founding members including Xage Security.” More ›

Smart Energy International | January 27, 2020

“Across the world, utility companies are digitising and employing distributed energy resources (DERs) to ensure operational efficiency, reliability, flexibility and safety for consumers. Unfortunately, this digitisation comes with risk, and in the past few years, we’ve seen a drastic increase in the number of cyberattacks on utility systems.” More ›

Postscapes | Trevor Harwood | January 23, 2020

Xage mentioned: “Find the best Internet of Things security solutions and vendors. Narrow down based on device or threat type.” More ›

PRWeb | January 14, 2020

“ISA Global Cybersecurity Alliance continues its mission to advance the state of cybersecurity with new priority projects and an expanded membership of diverse thought leaders from around the world.” More ›

Executive Biz | Brenda Marie Rivers | January 10, 2020

Xage mentioned: “The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence has partnered with eight firms to conduct research and development activities and establish cybersecurity best practices for distributed energy resource environments.”

MeriTalk | Staff | January 9, 2020

Xage mentioned: “The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) has invited eight companies to participate as technology collaborators in the Securing the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): Cybersecurity for Distributed Energy Resources Project (DERS).”

Security Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | January 9, 2020

“Late last year, it was announced that the major aluminum manufacturing firm, Norsk Hydro AS, received a $3.6 million cyberinsurance payout – the first around highly publicized, extensive cyber breach of March 2019.” More ›

Blockchain Expo World Series | Rebecca Clinton-Floyed | January 6, 2020

Xage mentioned: “The smart electric metre market is considered as one of the most lucrative segments of the overall smart and sustainable technologies industry.”

Asia Blockchain Review | Staff | January 1, 2020

“Xage Security, an industrial IoT (IIoT) expert based in California, revealed it will be implementing a blockchain cybersecurity system for the US Air Force (USAF) after it was awarded a contract under the the AFWERX Small Business Innovation Research Program.” More ›

TAdvisor | Staff | December 25, 2019

“At the end of December, 2019 the U.S. Air Force signed the contract with the Californian company Xage Security for implementation a blockchain system to provide cyber security of the systems of the U.S. Department of Defense.” More ›

Ledger Insights | Miranda Wood | December 23, 2019

“Last week, California-based blockchain firm Xage Security announced it was awarded a security contract by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) for the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD).” More ›

Executive Biz | Nichols Martin | December 23, 2019

“Xage Security has received a contract via the U.S. Air Force’s innovation program to apply a blockchain-based security architecture in efforts to protect military cyber systems, communications and processes.” More ›

CriptoMonedas e ICOs | Valeria Valera | December 23, 2019

“The Air Force is now expanding the use of blockchain technology to the area of ​​cybersecurity. Together with the blockchain company Xage Security, the US Air Force is now working on a corresponding technological basis.” More ›

Intelligence Community News | Loren Blinde | December 20, 2019

“On December 19, it was announced that the United States Air Force (USAF) awarded Palo Alto, CA Xage Security a Phase-1 contract through its SBIR AFWERX technology innovation program to support the IT and OT security needs and data management of the Air Force and U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). ” More ›

Global Newswire | December 19, 2019

“Air Force Exploring Use of Xage’s Security Fabric to support Department of Defense cyber systems, processes, and communications.” More ›

CRN | Dylan Martin | December 3, 2019

“Xage Security provides what it calls the world’s first blockchain-protected security platform for industrial IoT deployments.” More ›

Oil & Gas Engineering | Norman Thorlakson | December 2, 2019

“Put settlement disputes to bed and ensure multiparty accountability.” More ›

CCN | Mark Emem | November 14, 2019

Xage mentioned: “The cryptocurrency and blockchain startups that made an appearance on the list are cmorq, FintruX, Lolli, and Xage Security.”

Oil & Gas Global Network | Mark LaCour | November 13, 2019

“Roman Arutyunov, Co-Founder and VP of Products at Xage Security. Mark sits down with Roman to discuss protecting enterprises, & whats the dangers of Pre IP, also multiple identities, how do you manage that?” More ›

Apple News | Quora | November 12, 2019

“Constantly innovating and updating our security solutions is the only way we can ensure that the benefits outweigh the security risks of connected systems. Answer by Duncan Greatwood, C.E.O. at Xage Security” More ›

Apple News | Quora | November 12, 2019

“Attacks spread from a single vulnerable device to many devices or data systems. Answer by Duncan Greatwood, C.E.O. at Xage Security” More ›

IoT for All | Farai Mazhandu | November 11, 2019

Xage mentioned: “As construction sites become equipped with connected sensors, the risks to plants and personnel are great. Companies like Xage are employing blockchain techniques to offer security solutions.”

CNBC | November 8, 2019

“Xage Security is a cybersecurity start-up using blockchain to protect Internet of Things applications in large industries, including energy, utilities, manufacturing and transportation.” More ›

Energy News | David Thill | November 8, 2019

“Illinois electric utility ComEd is partnering with a California developer called Xage to test how its blockchain-based software might help the utility manage an increasingly complex distribution grid.” More ›

Smart Grid Today | November 5, 2019

“Roman Arutyunov is VP of Product Management and a co-founder of Xage Security and he returned to the podcast to give us details about how his firm’s technology is being used by Chicago utility Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) to protect distributed energy resources (DERs) and microgrids of the kind that are proliferating on utility networks across the map. ” More ›

Hong Kong Economic Times | Jim Chow | October 24, 2019

“Xage, a US digital security solutions provider, believes that digital attacks are getting more and more rampant, and the Internet of Things brings security risks and threaten major facilities such as power facilities or factories.” More (Chinese) ›

CIO | Bianca Wright | October 12, 2019

“Xage Security, a three-year-old start-up headquartered in Palo Alto, California, has been working with Saudi Aramco to address cybersecurity concerns around its oil and gas operations through its blockchain-protected security fabric.” More ›

IoT Innovator | Anna Ribeiro | October 11, 2019

“Xage Security revealed on Thursday a next-generation cybersecurity solution to increase the scale of protection for trillions of industrial devices and applications across many organizations and locations at once.” More ›

SecurityWeek | Kevin Townsend | October 11, 2019

“The Xage Security Fabric uses blockchain to control, enforce and distribute IoT and ICS policy to every individual device. Since you cannot bring the industrial devices to the data center for protection, you need to distribute that protection to the devices.” More ›

Ledger Insights | Miranda Wood | October 11, 2019

“California-based Xage Security announced yesterday that it has developed two innovations which improve security and scalability on its blockchain platform.” More ›

NameCoin News | Sara Gillard | October 11, 2019

“Xage, the startup focused on making industrial infrastructure better, secure, and efficient, has recently announced its support towards hierarchical blockchains.” More ›

Smart Grid Today | October 11, 2019

“Xage Security revealed yesterday a next-generation cybersecurity solution to increase the scale of protection for trillions of industrial devices and applications across many organizations…” More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | October 10, 2019

“Xage is working with utilities, energy companies and manufacturers to secure their massive systems, and today it announced some significant updates to deal with the scale and complexity of these customers’ requirements including a new hierarchical blockchain.” More ›

Global Newswire | October 10, 2019

“Today Xage Security revealed a next-generation cybersecurity solution to increase the scale of protection for trillions of industrial devices and applications across many organizations and locations at once.” More ›

National Law Review | Buck B. Endemann | October 4, 2019

“Commonwealth Edison Company (“ ComEd”), announced a new partnership with Xage Security, Inc. (“Xage”) to demonstrate how blockchain technology can enhance the security and efficiency of ComEd’s electric transmission and distribution systems” More ›

Digital Journal | Tim Sandle | September 29, 2019

“A new partnership has been formed in the U.S., designed to showcase how blockchain technology can be applied to enhance the security and operational efficiency of electric systems.” More ›

CryptoNewsZ | Trevor Holman | September 29, 2019

“US-based firms Xage Security and Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) are working on a project, to use blockchain technology with an aim to improve cybersecurity and boost the efficiency of energy demand management.” More ›

Smart Energy International | September 27, 2019

“Grid modernization needs to be implemented with sophisticated and comprehensive security solutions from the start.” – Xage CEO Duncan Greatwood More ›

Ledger Insights | September 24, 2019

“Yesterday, US-based ComEd announced a partnership with Xage Security to demonstrate distributed ledger technology (DLT) at work for electric systems.” More ›

Smart Grid Today | September 24, 2019

“ComEd announced yesterday it will partner with Xage Security to demonstrate how blockchain technology can enhance the security and operational efficiency of electric systems…” More ›

Business Wire | September 23, 2019

“ComEd, one of the nation’s largest energy delivery companies, announced today it will partner with Xage Security, Inc. to demonstrate how blockchain technology can enhance the security and operational efficiency of electric systems as they integrate distributed energy resources (DER), such as solar, storage, energy efficiency and demand management.” More ›

Hydrocarbon Engineering | August 28, 2019

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Ledger Insights | August 12, 2019

Xage mentioned: “In June the DOE made another blockchain grant to Xage to use distributed ledger technology to help improve the security of the grid.”

Ledger Insights | Miranda Wood | July 30, 2019

Xage mentioned: “Recently the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) awarded Xage Security, Inc. (“Xage”) a development grant to demonstrate how its blockchain security fabric could protect the U.S. energy infrastructure.”

National Law Review | Mark A. Patrick, William M. Rappolt, Kenneth L. Wiseman | July 29, 2019

Xage mentioned: “Recently the U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) awarded Xage Security, Inc. (“Xage”) a development grant to demonstrate how its blockchain security fabric could protect the U.S. energy infrastructure.”

BlueWeave Consulting | Mark Wailing | July 22, 2019

Xage mentioned: “Companies such as Xage, Inc. are the key players in the global Blockchain IoT market.”

FedScoop | Dave Nyczepir | July 12, 2019

“DOE awarded Xage Security a Small Business Innovation Research grant to build a blockchain-based security “fabric” in six months for comparison with other approaches.” More ›

San Francisco Business Times | July 12, 2019

Xage mentioned: “San Francisco Business Times’ Cybersecurity Companies List”

Mining Magazine | Nia Kajastie | July 11, 2019

“When you start networking operations and driving things with software, there’s a huge benent but there’s also a risk, and that risk can result in production downtime, safety issues and data theft issues, says Roman Arutyunov at Xage Security.” More ›

Globe Newswire | June 28, 2019

Xage mentioned: “GMO announced a technology partnership with Xage Security, an industrial internet-of-things (IIoT) cybersecurity company.”

Smart Grid Today | June 12, 2019

“The US DOE awarded Xage Security a grant to support the further enhancement and demonstration of the applicability of its blockchain-protected security fabric.” More ›

Ledger Insights | Miranda Wood | June 12, 2019

“On the 11th of June, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded tech firm Xage Security with a research and development grant.” More ›

CB Insights | June 11, 2019

Xage mentioned: “Companies like Xage, for example, are employing blockchain’s tamperproof ledgers to sharing security data across industrial device networks.”

Global Newswire | June 11, 2019

“The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded Xage Security with a grant to support the further enhancement and demonstration of the applicability of its blockchain-protected security fabric for infrastructure protection.” More ›

Control Engineering Europe | ABI Research | June 8, 2019

Xage mentioned: ” Innovative start-ups like Xage Security are focusing on network visibility, OT asset management, interoperability, and integration with IT security products – with a key emphasis on SIEM integration.”

Smart Grid Today | Roman Arutyunov | June 6, 2019

“Arutyunov explained how blockchain makes cybersecurity work and how tackling legacy utility systems and protocols made for interesting challenges as the firm geared up for very large deployments of smart grid technology.” More ›

ABI Research | Dimitrios Pavlakis | June 4, 2019

Xage mentioned: “Innovative start-ups like Xage Security are focusing on network visibility, OT asset management, interoperability, and integration with IT security products – with a key emphasis on SIEM integration.”

Utility Products | Duncan Greatwood | June 1, 2019

“Xage Security addresses why tamperproof blockchain solutions are a viable option for oil and gas security.” More ›

Utility Products | Duncan Greatwood | June 1, 2019

“As microgrids, installed solar, and EVs become more economically feasible and prevalent, the utilities industry must manage the complexity of two-way power flows and distributed generation resources.” More ›

Smart Industry | Duncan Greatwood | May 6, 2019

“We can’t stop talking about the connected industrial future. From mining to energy to manufacturing, connected, smart networks have been deemed the pinnacle of industrial innovation.” More ›

Dark Reading | Susanto Irwan | May 2, 2019

“Deploying focused edge protection on-site extends security beyond the network level to shield millions of previously exposed devices, apps, and control systems.” More ›

San Francisco Business Times | Julia Cooper | April 18, 2019

“Xage named a Top 10 “Best Place to Work in the Bay Area” by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal.” More ›

PR Newswire | April 16, 2019

“With this partnership, Xage will be leveraging GlobalSign’s IoT Identity Platform for certificate enrollment, bringing additional enrollment capabilities to Xage’s distributed security fabric technology.” More ›

Upstream | Anamaria Deduleasa | April 12, 2019

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CRN | Dylan Martin | April 8, 2019

“Xage Security is using Blockchain technology to protect industrial IoT networks and infrastructures with its platform…” More ›

Chemical Engineering | April 1, 2019

“The Xage Enforcement Point (XEP) platform extends network security to individual devices to deliver universal access control for industrial operations.” More ›

Oil & Gas Technology | March 14, 2019

“Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage discusses the dangers to the oil & gas industry from cyberattacks and what the sector needs to do to ensure its security”  More ›

TechCrunch | Ron Miller | February 20, 2019

“Xage has come up with a way to help these companies with its latest product called Xage Enforcement Point (XEP).”  More ›

Global Newswire | February 20, 2019

“Today Xage Security announces Xage Enforcement Point to deliver universal access control for industrial operations.”  More ›

OilPrice.com | Irina Slav | February 14, 2019

“According to Duncan Greatwood, CEO of Xage Security, blockchain adoption can extend into virtually every stage of oil and gas production and refining.”  More ›

Australian Mining Monthly | Roman Arutyunov | February 12, 2019

“While miners are pushing forward with plans to expand the industrial internet of things in their operations, the significant cyber risks within that cannot be ignored.”  More ›

CRN | Michael Novinson | February 12, 2019

“The five coolest blockchain security startups in 2019 include companies dedicated to ending DDoS attacks, safely storing and exchanging identity data, and eliminating the need for businesses to store passwords.”  More ›

Forbes | Louis Columbus | February 3, 2019

“Xage provides decentralized security services for industrial manufacturing and distribution businesses including oil and gas, transportation, and utilities.”  More ›

IoT Breakthrough | January 3, 2019

“Xage Security selected as the IoT Breakthrough Awards 2018 IoT Security Platform of the Year.”  More ›

Utility Products | Duncan Greatwood | January 2, 2019

“Before utilities can benefit from IIoT, it needs to be secure.”  More ›

Global Newswire | December 28, 2018

“Additional funding supports widespread distributed security enforcement and Industrial IOT innovation as company welcomes new SVP of Sales and Business Development.”  More ›

CyberAsia360 | Irina Slav | December 20, 2018

“Xage Security launched the first automated and decentralized, blockchain-backed cybersecurity product in the world…”  More ›

IndustryWeek | John Hitch | December 19, 2018

“There are plenty of white hats in both the old guard and on the startup side, launching software and platforms to stay ahead of threats (like Xage Security’s blockchain platform).”  More ›

CRN Magazine | Dylan Martin | December 3, 2018

“Xage Security provides what it calls the world’s first blockchain-protected security platform for industrial IoT deployments.”  More ›

Security Magazine | Duncan Greatwood | November 1, 2018

“Virtually overnight, cyber threats have morphed from the work of lone hackers trying to break into computer systems, often just for the challenge, into a daily, massive bombardment of entire organizations…”  More ›

Business Insider | Peter Newman | September 18, 2018

“IoT startup Xage helps accomplish this with its blockchain-based infrastructure tools.”  More ›