Thursday April 2, 2020

Anutech provides the verification acid test

Dailypost.ie start-up of the week.

24th March, 2013
Francis Coogan, co-founder of Anutech Systems. Photo: Paul Young

In an age where so much information about us is stored online, the security of that information is paramount.

People assume information stored about them in company computers is safe and secure from prying eyes, especially when it comes to their bank accounts.

Yet the hacking of a system or particularly the theft of a laptop can leave thousands at risk of identity theft. A new Dublin-based start-up aims to help companies keep their information...

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