New rules aimed at removing obstacles to the free movement of non-personal data within the EU for companies and public authorities were adopted by MEPs. This EU law, already provisionally agreed with the Council, will prohibit national rules requiring that data be stored or processed in a specific member state
Gradiant has quintupled the license agreements of its innovation projects in the last two years, which already reach 150 licenses in 18 countries. Gradiant’s international revenues, in addition to licensing, include in-house project development with 239 companies from 29 countries. In total, Gradiant’s international business will reach 18% this year, with the forecast to exceed 30% in two years.
For the first time, Gradiant participates in the RSA Conference, one of the most important series of conferences on ICT security in the world from 16-20 April
On the occasion of the Safer Internet Day, Gradiant would like to tell you the story of our friend Pepe and his experience on the Internet
This integration of the SealSign platform with Microsoft Azure Key Vault, thanks to the Gradiant technology, will provide users with improved storage, scalability and availability with a saving of implementation costs of up to 80%.
The project, framed in the Spanish R&D program RETOS-COLABORACIÓN and that is currently developing the first functional prototype, ends in 2018
Juan González, head of Security & Privacy at Gradiant, takes part on computer security workshop by AJE Vigo
Gradiant, a leading ITC technology center on IoT and a founding member of the Alliance for Internet of Things (AIOTI), will be at IoT Week 2017.
Gradiant participates once again in HOMSEC (Madrid IFEMA Fairground, March 14 to 16), Spain’s main event for the Defense and Security sectors. HOMSEC 2017 provides a strategic meeting place to discover the latest developments and markets, as well as an opportunity to get in touch with potential customers in Spain and Latin America, North Africa […]
Daniel Ramos, nuestro International Business Development Manager, viaja durante estos días a la Costa Oeste de los Estados Unidos para abrir nuevos mercados en la Meca de la innovación tecnológica, Silicon Valley.
La mayoría de los ciberataques procedieron de China, Rusia y Ucrania. En casi todos los casos, pretendían beneficio económico o robo de información
In the coming days, a part of Gradiant’s Biometrics team will travel to the UK to attend a series of events and conferences on the topics of biometrics and security. Specifically, Daniel Ramos, Daniel Gonzalez and Esteban Vazquez will participate actively in the following events: Quantifying Face Recognition Performance in Non-cooperative Settings , Biometrics Institute, […]