WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A new organization focused on cybersecurity opened in the Purdue Research Park.
Sypris Electronics offers services including network protection, physical cyber threat prevention, and device encryption.
John Walsh, President of Sypris, said there has been a growing concern over the threat of hackers.
Walsh said their services are good for government and commercial use.
“We've developed some break through encryption and identity authentication approaches that are being deployed into next generation control systems for airplanes. We can secure the aircraft against cyber threat,” said Walsh.
On Thursday, Sypris held an opening ceremony at the Herman and Heddy Kurtz Purdue Technology Center.
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