Norma, led by CEO Chung Hyun-chul, a company specializing in IoT and quantum security, announced on July 25 that it won the Foreign Minister's Award at the K-Cyber Security Excellence Company Award held at the National Assembly Hall on July 22.
Norma was honored with the award for its contribution to the development of the domestic security industry and the development of the global market based on its excellent technology.
Founded in 2011, Norma has led the smart city security market with network and IoT security solutions. In particular, it did not stay in domestic demand, but established corporations in Hong Kong in 2018 and Shanghai in 2020 to actively explore overseas markets and recorded high results.
Recently, it set up a corporation in Los Angeles. It is planning to expand its business in North America, which is centered on the global security industry, focusing on the latest technology, Hybrid Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC).
CEO Chung Hyun-chul said, "We have been recognized for active overseas market development and export efforts such as Asia, Europe, and the Americas. As information security is important not only for individuals but also for society's safety, we hope the industry will coexist and strengthen K-security competitiveness."