HyperQube’s virtualized network offers a new approach that will disrupt enterprise network security, development & scaling for both small and large organizations.
Washington, D.C., March 4, 2019 – Over the weekend HyperQube announced the launch of its service offerings at the Northern Virginia Security Conference BSidesNOVA.
HyperQube offers enterprises, small businesses and academic institutions the ability to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. These virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and easily modified, re-used and shared. By providing a “cyber range as a service,” HyperQube enables technologists the ability to look to the future and explore infrastructures in a risk-free environment.
“HyperQube recognized the growing need for a scalable and reusable virtualized environment to test network boundaries,” said HyperQube founder and CEO Craig Stevenson. “It’s exciting to see our partners explore the limits of all that our software can provide from superior security hygiene to speedy network-wide update deployment.”
With more than a decade of corporate cybersecurity research, development and curriculum building experience, Stevenson was intimately familiar with the shortcomings of virtual machine software and the headache of making even simple changes to a virtual environment. HyperQube technology vastly improves upon traditional solutions in key areas:
- Reduces labor associated with managing both virtual machines and software defined networking by 90%;
- Eliminates the need for expensive hardware;
- Builds test environments in minutes, not weeks;
- Bridges any environment to the physical infrastructure
to integrate devices which can’t be virtualized
HyperQube partners with Cisco for testing and deployment needs across the enterprise and Forrester to provide virtual infrastructures for the company’s build out of Zero Trust deployment demonstrations. HyperQube also hosted an international Capture The Flag (CTF) hacking competition with participants including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oxford University, and Harvard University.
The company, a graduate of the Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator, joins a budding trend of DC area home-grown, high potential startups.