1st December 2015
Crypta Labs Tops List of Startups Revolutionising Enterprise Tech in London Compiled by Hewlett Packard (HPE) Matter
Crypta Labs, a UK-based award winning mobile security company, which is developing a Quantum (True) Random Number Generator on a mobile device, is honoured to be named by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Matter in its list of the Top 5 UK Startups That Are Revolutionising Enterprise Tech.
HPE is the new enterprise-focused organisation created when Hewlett-Packard Company split into two new publicly listed, Fortune 50 companies: “Hewlett Packard Enterprise” and “HP Inc.”. HPE has been described as “the $53bn startup” and was launched on November 1st 2015. HPE comprises Enterrise Group (servers, storage, networking, consulting and support), Enterprise Services, Software and Financial Services.
Crypta Labs’ CEO Joe HQ Luong said, “We are thrilled and delighted that HPE, in its first months’ existence, has recognised Crypta Labs’ innovative offering and named us in their Top 5 firms to revolutionise enterprise tech. We were particularly grateful for the HPE’s kind words describing us as the ‘Symantec of the quantum world’. He added, “Crypta Labs is building a Quantum Random Number Generator that will help safeguard enterprise devices from cyber intrusion on our mobiles, tablets, and other Internet of Things. We are currently raising finance and awareness for our security solutions and this will undoubtedly help us in our efforts”.
Building on what has been an exceptional month for Crypta Labs, the company recently appointed Brigadier General Paul H. McGillicuddy (USAF, Ret.) to their Advisory Board. Brigadier General McGillicuddy brings over 30 years of U.S. military experience to the team, and will be guiding the team’s strategic approach to building their technology.
Brigadier General McGillicuddy said of his appointment to Crypta Labs’ Advisory Board, “It is a pleasure to be joining the Advisory Board of such an innovative technology company on the cutting edge of quantum science.” Adding that he looked forward to “advising Crypta Labs as they build a truly unique product to solve the urgent problem of securing the Internet of Things”.