Aliter Technologies at the Queen´s 90th Birthday Celebration
Representatives of the company Aliter Technologies attended, at the invitation of British Ambassador in Slovakia, Mr. Andrew Garth, the reception held on the occasion of the Queen´s Elizabeth II 90th birthday celebration. Aliter Technologies as a member of the British Chamber of Commerce with the activities also on the British market with its participation at the reception honored this amazing jubilee of her Majesty.
Aliter Technologies Discovers Vulnerability on APIC Devices of CISCO
A company´s Security Researcher, during the security audit of devices delivered by the company, disclosed an unknown vulnerability on APIC devices of CISCO Company. The vulnerability is due to the use of incorrect installation and permission settings for binary files during installation of the system software on a device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to gain root- level privileges and take full control of the device. CISCO is not aware of any public announcements or malicious use of the vulnerability. The Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT), after being notified by company Aliter Technologies, released software updates that address this vulnerability. The vulnerability was present on all previous versions of SDN controllers.
Aliter Technologies as a platinum partner for TOP ICT Garden Party
The eighth edition of a social event TOP ICT Garden Party continued in the tradition of representative meetings of the most significant personalities of Czech and Slovak IT companies, business and public administration. Aliter Technologies has decided to support this prestigious event concretely platinum partnership. This kind of event offers a unique space for discussion with the business partners from IT community outside the negotiating table.
Aliter Technologies Awarded the Chargé d’Affaires Certificate of Appreciation
Transatlantic Trade: New Opportunities for Slovak Companies is a joint project of the European Public Policy Partnership (EPPP) and the Embassy of the United States in Bratislava. The project’s mission is to increase awareness of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and encourage Slovak companies to discover opportunities for doing business with the U.S.
The company Aliter Technologies was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of the outstanding contribution in promoting transatlantic trade and investment.
The ceremony was held at the Residence of the US Ambassador on June 7 on the occasion of the visit of Dr. Christina Sevilla, Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Small Business at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR), Executive Office of the President and the U.S. lead negotiator on small and medium enterprises for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) with the European Union.
TTIP aims to open trade and investments between the EU and the USA and open the transatlantic market also for SMBs. A central shared goal of TTIP is to yield greater openness and transparency, reduce unnecessary costs and administrative delays and promote enhanced regulatory compatibility, while achieving the levels of health, safety, and environmental protection that each side deems appropriate and meeting other legitimate regulatory objectives.
Aliter Technologies delivers the solutions to several countries internationally. Due to the increasing number or signed contracts with NATO, as well as the fact that as the only Slovak IT company it has entered into Basic Ordering Agreement with NATO, there is a huge potential for the company in the field of security and defense technology on the USA market.
„Removing tariffs and various fees would certainly help company’s business. Opening up public procurement markets in the U.S. would also be beneficial for us, as well as simplifying the process of applying for working visa for employees sent to the U.S.“, says Peter Dostál, CEO of Aliter Technologies. „Removing of these barriers would enable our immediate entry into the transatlantic market, applying our experience from Canada and using our specialist on the projects in the USA.
Top experts in the area of cyber and information security gathered together at the conference CISCO SEC 2016 to introduce the ways for improving the protection of a company before, during and after an attack on its IT systems and to propose what to do when all the traditional security tools had failed. The company Aliter Technologies, as a partner of the conference, with a lecture on the application of security systems in the environment of the government cloud (G-cloud), provided a view on the security principles implemented in the G-cloud and focused on an issue of the security of SDN (software defined networks) management.