Both our leadership and our technology are steeped in experience and expertise. We are commercializing a revolutionary cybersecurity technology with over eight years of research and development and $35M of investment—and we’re just getting started. Since Stuxnet, we’ve woken up every day to build a better cybersecurity solution. Learn more about our journey in the timeline below.
While at BAE Systems, Greg Sullivan and Jothy Rosenberg win their proposal for the DARPA CRASH SAFE program to research and develop a clean-slate computer architecture optimized for security.
At the conclusion of the DARPA research project, Draper President Ken Gabriel (former DARPA Deputy Director) invites Jothy, Greg, and team to incubate and commercialize their technology at Draper HQ.
At Draper, the team begins to support both new and existing Draper government customers with processor-based security technology.
The team demonstrates a processor-based security FPGA proof-of-concept, immune to Heartbleed, Stuxnet, and all buffer overflow attacks.
While incubating at Draper, the team lands its first commercial customer.
Dover Microsystems, Inc. is legally incorporated in the state of Delaware.
Dover spins out of Draper and opens its doors to nine day-one employees.
Dover announces flagship hardware-based security solution, CoreGuard.
Dover announces the closing of a $6M investment round to further bolster engineering, sales, and marketing efforts.
We are a collection of entrepreneurial professionals operating as a privately held, venture-backed company in the Boston area. We are lucky to work with creative and constructive supporters who share our mission of securing today's processors for a better tomorrow. If you are interested in participating in future investment, please contact us.