BELLEVUE, Wash., and DURHAM, N.C., November 5, 2018-- Polyverse Corporation, the leading cybersecurity company using Moving Target Defense (MTD) technologies to protect government and enterprise organizations from cyberattacks, has joined the Open Invention Network (OIN) to support safe open source software (OSS). OIN is the largest patent non-aggression community in history, which includes numerous Fortune 500 enterprises and supports freedom of action in Linux as a key element of OSS.
“Polyverse is redefining how effective cybersecurity works with its Polymorphing for Linux technology,” said Open Invention Network CEO Keith Bergelt. “Given its contributions to key open source projects and its innovative approach in Linux security, we are pleased that Polyverse has committed to patent non-aggression by joining OIN.”
Through the relationship, Polyverse joins Microsoft, Red Hat, IBM, and thousands of other companies in support of patent non-aggression in Linux technology.
“Polyverse is a huge supporter of open source technology. Our Moving Target Defense cybersecurity technology is rooted in the open innovation of the Linux ecosystem, and we are delighted to be significant contributors to open source projects like PHP Polyscripting and Plex Solution’s Readhook tool,” said Polyverse Founder and CEO Alexander Gounares. “OIN provides a tremendous foundation for rapid and open innovation in the Linux ecosystem.”
Open Invention Network (OIN) is the largest patent non-aggression community in history and supports freedom of action in Linux as a key element of open source software. Funded by Google, IBM, NEC, Philips, Red Hat, Sony, SUSE and Toyota, OIN has more than 2,750 community members and owns more than 1,300 global patents and applications. The OIN patent license and member cross-licenses are available royalty-free to any party that joins the OIN community. The OIN license can be signed online at http://www.j-oin.net.
Polyverse develops leading-edge cybersecurity technology to build diversity across multiple system dimensions, stopping attacks before they start. Its technology is used by government and security-conscious organizations to mitigate against zero-day memory exploits. It is also embedded into devices, hardware and security solutions to provide the ultimate protection against hackers. Founded in 2015, Polyverse is led by founder and CEO Alex Gounares and brings together top talent from Microsoft, Amazon, Google, among others. CNBC recently named Polyverse as one of the world's top 100 startups.
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