Pukao Global’s PKO (pronounced /ˈpiːkəʊ/) is a secure cryptocurrency ecosystem to protect digital assets against online threats and hacking attacks.
The PKO Ecosystem aims to solve the problems of security threats and vulnerabilities with digital assets including cryptocurrencies.
The Pko Ecosystem consists of advanced security features, secure blockchain, cryptocurrency wallet, and advanced multi-layer security solutions including EDR to monitor for abnormal hacking activities at the user’s endpoints (computers, mobile devices), often the weakest link in the security chain.
Users can also collect and share threat data which is analyzed using artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning technologies. The intelligent threat data is encrypted and stored in the Pko Blockchain database and then shared with members and partners of the PKO Ecosystem to enhance overall security.
Pko utilizes advanced security solutions to protect user’s endpoints from online threats and hackers.
Pko analyzes the shared threat data using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning technology.
Pko encrypts and stores the analyzed threat data in the secure, decentralized Pko Blockchain database.
Providing a safe and trustworthy cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Endpoint Detection & Response
Reverse Replacement & Protection
Integrated Wallet for Atomic Swap
Users are rewarded with PKO Tokens for collecting and sharing critical threat intelligence data which will be shared with members and partners including security companies, government, financial institutions, cryptocurrency exchanges.
Pukao Global combines the unique experience and know-how of IT Security and White Hacking techniques to detect advanced threats in real-time and secure digital assets and cryptocurrencies.
Chun Sik Park is currently a professor of Cryptographic Protocols in the Cyber Security Department at Ajou University.
In 1982, Mr. Park joined ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute of Korea) and where he focused on information security. Since 2000, he has been in charge of cyber security research and development at the NSTRI (National Security Technology Research Institute of Korea) as well as the director of NSTRI from 2005. In 2009, Mr. Park established the Information Security Department at Seoul Women's University which was the first university information security department in the Seoul metropolitan area.
Mr. Park has more than 30 years of experience in information security and received his Ph.D. from the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Jung Ho Park, a security specialist and until recently served as the Executive Vice President of KISA (Korea Internet Security Agency). Mr. Park previously served as CEO of HAURI Co., Ltd., CEO of Wellbia.com and Vice President of SGA Solutions.
Mr. Park earned his Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from Hanyang University.
Mr. Park has taken several speaking roles on various topics including FinTech, Block Chain technology at IT Security Conferences.
Kei Choi is currently a founder and CEO of Nurilab Co. and is an expert on malicious code analysis and solutions. Mr. Choi also serves as a cyber security specialist at the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning in Korea and a professor of Cyber Forensic in the Information Security Department at Dongguk University.
Prior to that, Mr. Choi developed the Kickcom vaccine in 1995 with analysis of malicious code in 1993, and is a co-founder of HAURI, designing the ViRobot antivirus engine in 1998, later became CTO of HAURI.
While at TurboTech, Mr. Choi developed Code Obfuscation solutions. He was awarded the Achievement Award from KISA (Korea Internet Promotion Agency) and the President Award from NIS (National Intelligence Service of Korea) for a security technology each year while serving as CSO at Inca Internet in Korea.
Mr. Choi received his Bachelor’s Degree in Information Security and Masters Degree in Computer Engineering from Dongguk University.
Currently, he continues his lectures and papers on cyber security in various fields.
Simon Choi is an expert on cyber security threat information and the founder of the CWIC (Cyber Warfare Intelligence Center). Mr. Choi focuses on threat tracking, malware analysis and reverse engineering.
Mr. Choi has served as an advisor at many Korean Government Sectors such as NIS (National Intelligence Service), NPA (National Police Agency) and the Ministry of National Defense. He also actively participated in various security-related activities and received the Minister’s Award.
In addition, Mr. Choi has actively participated as a speaker at various conferences such as Black Hat, POC (International Hacking Security Conference), Secure Inside, and ISEC (International Cyber Security Conference). He was able to achieve the Finalist Award twice in the DEF CON CTF, one of the world's prestigious hacking competitions and received Winner’s Award from many other Hacking Defense Competitions.