April 23, 2024

Cytek and TAR ink agreement on state and critical infrastructure cybersecurity

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Lachezar Lozanov, Chief Operating Officer at Cytek
Lachezar Lozanov, Chief Operating Officer at Cytek

TAR Ideal, a leading technology integrator and solutions provider, and Cytek, the global cybersecurity specialist, have announced a strategic agreement to provide cutting-edge cyber defence solutions for nations and their critical infrastructure. The strategic partnership harnesses TAR’s public safety and homeland security expertise and Cytek’s public sector cybersecurity solutions to offer governments and public bodies holistic and fully managed protection against ever-evolving cyber threats.

A part of the Avnon Group, TAR designs and delivers defence solutions for governments and homeland security agencies to mitigate and prevent threats from air, land, or sea. Cytek is part of the YNV Group, a multinational company with businesses in technology, real estate, and financial services, providing tailored cybersecurity services to companies and governments globally,

Together, Cytek and TAR will help governments in Africa, Asia and worldwide to develop integrated and comprehensive cybersecurity solutions for critical infrastructure, including power grids, water treatment plants and transportation systems.

Hadar Szpiro, CEO of TAR Ideal

 Hadar Szpiro, CEO of TAR Ideal, said: “This strategic agreement is evidence of the shared commitment of both TAR and Cytek to providing the highest level of cybersecurity protection for critical infrastructure and national security. TAR’s ability to run large-scale government projects combined with Cytek’s cutting-edge cyber defence solutions creates a powerful partnership with the potential to deliver exceptional results for clients. The seamless integration of physical, operational and cyber defence solutions that we can now offer will give our government clients peace of mind in the face of ongoing cyber threats.”

Lachezar Lozanov, Chief Operating Officer at Cytek, said: “Cytek’s partnership with TAR marks a significant step forward in the development of advanced cyber defence solutions for nation states. Operational technology and critical infrastructure are often vulnerabilities for many governments, but our joint offering means we can tackle these challenges head on, with a comprehensive, multi-layered approach that ensures that assets critical to the safe and effective functioning of a country are better prepared for unforeseen threats. The combined technical and homeland security expertise available through Cytek and TAR is unmatched in the market, and means that we have the know-how to help our government clients to identify and put into place the cybersecurity solutions that are right for them.”

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