By 2020, the world will be home to 50 billion connected devices. With five connected devices per person by 2017, the exponential rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) poses challenges for today’s security professionals who are responsible for the protection of individual devices, information networks and physical environments. The radio frequencies emitted by the massive IoT is diminishing “wired risks” and ushering in new, complicated and airborne threat vectors.
Founded in April 2014 by veteran Internet security executive, Chris Rouland, Bastille Networks is the first and only company to completely secure the IoT on corporate campuses by identifying airborne threats and allowing for preemptive response. Through its proprietary software and sensor technology, Bastille safely and privately scans a corporation’s air space, giving security personnel visibility into every RF-emitting device on a premise. As a result, companies can accurately quantify risk and mitigate threats.
At the most complex level, Bastille’s ambient detection enables security teams to prevent RF data leakage by identifying airborne threats and flows. The patented solution also provides a complete, holistic solution with visibility into the location and movement of each IoT device – helping protect physical and human assets.
With decades of experience in security, entrepreneurism and technology, Bastille Networks’ team frequently presents at industry events across the globe. Connect with our team at an upcoming event, or contact sophie[at]bastillenetworks[dot]com to book a speaker.
October 13-16, 2014 FS-ISAC Fall Summit
April 20-24, 2015 RSA Conference