Together with more than 1,200 members, asvin aims to increase cyber security in the progressing digital transformation

 In fact, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are a critical component of our connected world. With the rapid pace of digitalization, the issue of cybersecurity is gaining massive importance. The pandemic has further accelerated this process and shown just how fragile our supply chains are and how relevant cybersecurity is, not only as an economic factor, but also for our digital infrastructure in general. As one of the newest members of the German Startup Association, asvin is championing a new understanding of security: Using decentralized, Blockchain-based technologies, the Stuttgart-based company aims to close the gap between security and innovation.

“For us at asvin, being a member of the German Startup Association is a great opportunity.
We are excited to be part of a network that creates such a meaningful exchange in order to support German startups and to strengthen the position of the German business location. asvin intends to contribute its in-depth startup expertise and profound IT knowledge to facilitate further progress. In this respect, our focus is on keeping IoT and IIoT digital assets functioning properly and free from cybersecurity risks in our connected world”, says Mirko Ross, CEO & Co-Founder of asvin.

The German Startup Association (Bundesverband Deutsche Startups e.V.) is the voice of startups in Germany. It was founded in 2012. Since then, the German Startup Association e.V. has represented the interests of startups to politicians, businesses and the public. It facilitates open and ongoing exchange: not only among startups, but also between startups and the economy. The Association’s mission is to make Germany and Europe a startup-friendly location that rewards risk-prone behavior and offers today’s pioneers the best conditions to be successful with innovative strength.