KEYE TV - 04/30/2015
Cars are getting smarter and smarter. But are they smart enough to foil a hack attack into its system? ... A car with some basic low end technology is about to be a sitting duck for researchers at Kaprica Security or for this exercise they will be the hackers.
WFSB Eyewitness News - 04/29/2015
Hackers have figured out how to take over and it is a frightening proposition. Cyber researchers from Kaprica Security showed the Eyewitness News I-Team how vulnerable cars are to hackers.
IT News Online - 03/02/2015
Kaprica Security Inc., experts in mobility and security, announced the release of the latest version of Tachyon™, their mobile device configuration and deployment solution. This new release includes support for Samsung’s new Bulk Enrollment Program (BEP).
IT Business Net - 01/29/2015
Kaprica Security™ Inc., a thought leader in enterprise cyber security, mobility and cloud software, today released its Tachyon™ v1.0 configuration and deployment software for Samsung mobile devices.
Army Technology - 12/16/2014
Kaprica will work with DOD’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) under a one-year, $270,000 contract to develop technology for the construction of high-security software systems under the agency’s High-Assurance Cyber Military Systems (HACMS) program with Galois, Inc. “Car-to-car and car-t…
The Washington Post - 07/14/2014
Kaprica Security of Reston won a contract worth up to $1.9 million from the Air Force for research and development.
Gizmodo - 10/04/2013
The Skorpion is a jacked up smartphone charger that also scans for malware, viruses and malicious rootkits. It's stupid simple. Plug in your phone, and the Skorpion lets you know within two minutes if there's any malware on your phone. Within six minutes, it's done a comprehensive scan of the OS…
MIT Technology Review - 10/04/2013
Scanning a smartphone for malware with a charger offers more protection than security apps ever can. The Skorpion charger can be made to work with any smartphone operating system, but Kaprica does need to work with smartphone makers to ensure the Skorpion charger can work with their handsets.…
The Washington Post - 04/28/2013
Herndon-based Kaprica Security too is working with the government as it gets its mobility security product off the ground. The early-stage company, with just eight employees, has received Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency funding to advance its security technology.
FinSMEs - 02/04/2013
Kaprica Security, a Herndon, VA-based mobile security company commercializing a smartphone charger, received $100k in funding.