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Press Releases

Press Releases

24 April 2018 • Comprehensive Android Binary Scans Find Known Security Vulnerabilities in 1 Out of Every 5 of the 700 Most Popular Apps on Google Play Store

6 February 2018 • Comprehensive Firmware Binary Scan Finds KRACK is “Tip of Iceberg” For Known Wi-Fi Security Vulnerabilities

23 January 2018 • Binary Code Scanning Leader Insignary Secures $2 Million in Series A Funding

16 November 2017 • Insignary and BearingPoint partner to deliver the first Clarity binary code scanning service in Europe

Available in Chinese and Korean

08 August 2017 • Insignary Unveils TruthIsIntheBinary™, A No Cost Open Source Software Binary Code Scanning Service To Neutralize the IoT Security Ticking Time-Bomb

Available in Chinese and Korean

15 February 2017 • Insignary contributes to open ecosystem by joining Linux Foundation 

Available in Chinese and Korean

30 November 2016 • NDS joins hands with Insignary to provide Open Source Solution

Available in Chinese and Korean

15 November 2016 • Insignary Joins the OIN Community, Pledges Patent Non-Aggression Towards Open Source

Available in Chinese and Korean

04 October 2016 • Open Source Scanning: Solving the Security and Compliance Challenge of Open Source Code

Available in ChineseJapanese and Korean

Newsletter

February 2018  Comprehensive Firmware Binary Scans Find KRACK is "Tip of Iceberg" For Known Wi-Fi Security Vulnerabilities

January 2018 • Binary Code Scanning Leader Insignary Secures $2 Million in Series A Funding

November 2017 • Insignary Launches Global Channel Partner Program To Extend Its Binary Code Scanning Reach Through MSPs, Resellers And Auditors

February 2017 • Insignary Contributes to Open Ecosystem by Joining Linux Foundation

November 2016 • Insignary Joins the OIN Community; Pledges Patent Non-Aggression Towards Open Source

October 2016 • Open Source Scanning: Solving the Security and Compliance Challenge of Open Source Code
Available in KoreanJapanese, and Chinese

Event Participation

Our team frequents events regarding International Open Source and Security. Here are some of our recently attended events:

  • 2018 FIRST Conference (24 June - 29 June 2018)
  • 2018 JFrog SwampUP Conference in California (16 May - 15 May 2018)
  • 2018 RSAC San Francisco (16 April - 20 April 2018)
  • 2018 RSAC Early Stage Expo San Francisco (17 April - 19 April 2019)
  • 2017 KISA K-Sec Global Startup Initiative in U.S.A. (5 November - 15 December 2017)
  • 2017 GENIVI AMM Demonstration Showcase & Network Reception in Seoul (10 - 12 October 2017)
  • 2017 RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan 2017 in Singapore (26-28 July 2017)
  • 2016 FOSS CON Korea, Armijn Hemel, Update on enforcement actions in Europe (30 November 2016)
  • 2016 FOSS CON Korea, Shane Coughlan, (In)secure Things  How to lower costs and manage risk around Open Source in IoT (30 November 2016)
  • Open Compliance Summit Japan 2016, Armijn Hemel, 'Open Source Community responses to recent compliance enforcement' (17 November 2016)
  • Open Compliance Summit Japan 2016, Shane Coughlan, 'Supply Chain Security: Managing Binary Code in Bulk' (17 November 2016)
  • OpenIoT Summit Europe 2016, Shane Coughlan, '(In)Secure Things' (12 October 2016)
  • LinuxCon Europe, Shane Coughlan, '(In)security in Open Source' (04 October 2016)
  • Asian Legal Network - Korea, Shane Coughlan, 'Addressing the third party code challenge: How to lower costs and manage risk around Open Source' (30 September 2016)
  • OIN board meeting - Netherlands, Armijn Hemel, 'The rise of the copyright troll' (21 July 2016)
  • Automotive Linux Summit - Japan, Shane Coughlan, 'Bad Code, Bad Cars' (14 July 2016)
  • LinuxCon Japan, Shane Coughlan, '(In)security in Open Source' (14 July 2016)