Invicta Networks

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Invicta Networks is a computer security company founded by Victor Sheymov, a former KGB officer who was exfiltrated from Moscow and brought to the United States in 1980.[1] The company's products use a technology that shifts IP addresses, which, the company claims, makes them "impossible to hack".[2][3]

The company's technology was mentioned in the film Breach (film).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheymov, Victor (1993). Tower of Secrets. Naval Institute Press. p. 420. ISBN 1-55750-764-3.
  2. ^ Theregister.co.uk
  3. ^ ZDnet.co.uk