You’ve probably never heard of Nicolas Chaillan, but he was the first U.S. Air Force Chief Software Officer (CSO) and a cybersecurity genius.
He worked for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as chief architect for Cyber.gov, now the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). If that’s not enough, he co-led the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Enterprise DevSecOps initiative (DSOP) with the DoD Chief Information Officer.
Instead of reading all of that, I can recap it in one sentence: Nicolas is the guy the government entrusted with its (your) cybersecurity.
He was part of growing Cybeats Technologies (CSE: CYBT, OTCQB: CYBCF) to where it is today!
There’s more where that came from.
Chuck Brooks is a cybersecurity legend, but don’t take it from me:
- LinkedIn named him as one of “The Top 5 Tech People to Follow on LinkedIn.”
- He was named by Thomson Reuters as a “Top 50 Global Influencer in Risk, Compliance.”
His pedigree didn’t escape the eyes of George W. Bush, who appointed Chuck to The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as the first Legislative Director of The Science & Technology Directorate.
Oh, and you guessed it… he is on the advisory board of Cybeats Technologies (CSE: CYBT, OTCQB: CYBCF).
What attracts these top-of-class cybersecurity experts to Cybeats Technologies (CSE: CYBT, OTCQB: CYBCF) is probably what brought me to them: the product they’ve got is kicking ass.
Cybeats Technologies is landing several Fortune 500 clients, and it’s because they developed SBOM Studio, a product that generates and manages SBOMs, which several industries are already mandated by the government itself to install!
An SBOM is a Bill of Materials for software. Think of it like food labeling but for software; an SBOM shows the numerous smaller software components such as libraries, frameworks, or modules in the software supply chain.
Without SBOM management, companies face massive business risk if they fail to meet new SBOM-related regulatory requirements
How good and sticky is this product?
Over 85% of all organizations that have completed a pilot or a trial evaluation have moved on to sign commercial license agreements.
You either work for a business or run your own, so think about this: how would you like it if three out of four people trying your demo converted to paying customers?
I’m sure every person running a clothing store could only dream of 85% of the people trying on clothes purchasing them…
Cybeats is looking to bag whales, not small fries. It demonstrated its ability to win over some of the largest Fortune 500 enterprises in the world from a wide variety of industry verticals and is positioned to rapidly scale commercial growth with a growing pipeline of large opportunities.
Before you even Google it, the answer is YES… this is the only pure-play SBOM company in the world at the moment.
They created SBOM Studio, which unlike the majority of SBOM tools on the market, doesn’t focus on generating SBOMs (that’s simple), but rather how to consume, store, and manage them; the hard and costly problem.
If you’ve never owned shares of a SaaS business, the idea is that once a client opts for your service, it is extremely rare for them to leave, so SaaS companies have very predictable growth and cash flow.
Because Cybeats Technologies (CSE: CYBT, OTCQB: CYBCF) just listed and became a public company, it is still very cheap, as you can see:
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