Bright Apps LLC is headed off to TechNetCyber in Baltimore, Maryland, May 14-16 with two big wins. With the announcement of the launch of QCloud Security Solutions, the team has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the United States Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific and recently was announced as the winner of AFCEA Innovation Shark Tank Season three Episode one.
Bright Apps LLC is proud to announce the signing of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with the United States Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific to conduct research, testing, and evaluation related to Navy applications of quantum entropy, including the evaluation of the DATA’s encryption capabilities on a stand-alone 4G/LTE mobile communications network.
“Bright Apps is excited to be part of this research to help push Quantum Technologies forward with the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific and the United States,” said Greg McGregor, CEO Bright Apps LLC.
CEO, Greg McGregor, would then go on to participate in the AFCEA Innovation Shark Tank Season 3, episode 1. With a live online viewing audience, Bright Apps LLC would compete against 4 other innovative companies to be crowned winner and be invited to move forward to participate in the season finale.
“I was excited to be able to showcase the Bright Apps QCloud. I believe this innovative use of Quantum Entropy is going to be a game changer in security solutions,” said McGregor.
Contact Bright Apps LLC for a free demo of Quantum Entropy Security Solutions visit QCloud page for more information.