Plug&Play industrial cybersecurity prevention, mitigation and compliance (and much more!)
Mercury secures communications in any industrial environment delivering network management, firewall, and lowest latency encryption using a plug&play proprietary solution compatible with any IT/OT environment.
Mercury objective is to provide secure and easy-to-use technology in compliance with IEC-62443 to connect any OT machine to the IT environment allowing industry players to benefit from digitalization processes.
Mercury offers a unique technology able to meet the industrial requirements regarding time delays in real-time communications, while securely protecting these communications and managing their access rights. Make your systems more secure and compliant with IEC-62443 with no downtime neither changing current network configuration/architecture.
Successful use cases include utilities, railways, manufacturers and much more.
|Date and time||22nd January, 2019|
Av. Fuente de la Mora, 1, 28050 Madrid
- If you have any question about the Madrid contest , Please contact the following partner.
- everis Spain
Borja Piñeiro Mundin
- Kotaro Zamma
- Head of Section of Open Innovation
and Business Incubation
NTT DATA Corp.
Having worked in NTT DATA for nearly three decades, Zamma knows the IT industry of Japan inside out, and firmly believes that open innovation will revitalize his company and the industry.
As the head of Open Innovation and Business Incubation, he directs biannual contests and monthly forums to find and introduce promising startups to business units and customers of NTT DATA, and runs programs that put the partner startups on the fast track to proof-of-concept and new business.
- Kaz Okada
- Senior Expert
Open Innovation and Business Incubation
NTT DATA Corporation
Kaz Okada is a Senior Expert in Open Innovation and Business Incubation section of NTT DATA Corporation, which is Japan's largest systems integrator, and he is responsible for globalizing NTT DATA's open innovation program.
His career started as a network engineer serving NASA and the Japanese space agency, but he has also worked as a software engineer at Microsoft in Seattle. He then moved to Washington, DC where he came across countless innovations both as a Manager of Research and Business Development and as a Visiting Fellow of CSIS, which is a top think tank in the United States.
His diverse and international experience makes him an ideal consultant for open innovation, and he is now leading the globalization of NTT DATA’s open innovation program.
Mr. Okada earned his Master of Science from George Washington University School of Business in 2006.
- Sergi Cònsul
Manager at NextGen Robotics, has a BSc in Telecomunications, majoring in Electronic Systems and a MSc in Electronics, majoring in VLSI, by La Salle - Universitat Ramon Llull. I'm a PhD Candidate (A.B.D.) at the University of Memphis, Major in Computer Engineering. During my research I worked for the FedEX Institute of Tecnology (CLION), US Air Force Sensor Dictatoriate as well as projects funded by the National Science Foundation. Moved then to Samsung's Research America, Think Tank Team, and worked as an engineer and project lead for Samsung's Mobile Division project (TBR Q2'19). Interests: Security, RF, Radar, FPGA, ASIC, VLSI, CV, ML, DT-CNN, CNNs, AI.