Sealing Technologies (SealingTech) will promote global cybersecurity of critical infrastructure as part of an executive-led Cybersecurity Trade Mission to Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, according to the company.
This mission is scheduled to take place September 18-26, 2023.
Trade Mission Helps US Businesses Enter the East Asia Cybersecurity Market
The Cybersecurity Trade Mission will introduce U.S. businesses to East Asia's information and communication technology security and critical infrastructure protection markets, SealingTech noted.
In addition, the mission will help these companies identify business partners and offer their products and services to organizations across the region.
What the Cybersecurity Trade Mission Means for SealingTech
SealingTech will collaborate with U.S. leaders to advocate for worldwide adoption and promotion of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework, the company said. This framework lines up with international cybersecurity best practices and allows SealingTech to contribute to the development of global cybersecurity standards.
SealingTech also is focused on advancing U.S. cybersecurity policies and standards globally. That way, SealingTech can do its part to create "a safer and more secure digital future for everyone," the company indicated.
What SealingTech Offers
SealingTech offers research, products, engineering and integration services to organizations in the internet of things (IoT), edge, machine learning, artificial intelligence and cloud industries, according to the company. It provides cyber operations solutions designed to help organizations identify and prevent malicious activity. SealingTech also performs threat hunting and modeling to safeguard its customers' networks against emerging threats.
To date, SealingTech has worked with the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and other federal government agencies and private organizations. SealingTech has a partnership in place with AMD but does not currently offer a partner program for MSSPs and MSPs.