Bastille is at the forefront of providing the real-time situational awareness that is necessary for enterprises to mitigate these risks from the IoT.
ATLANTA (PRWEB) April 16, 2015
Bastille, the first security company to detect and mitigate threats from the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced their upcoming attendance at the 2015 RSA Conference in San Francisco April 20 – 24. A Mobile World Congress IoT All-Star finalist and one of Georgia’s Top 10 Most Innovative companies of 2015, Bastille will demo it’s state of the art capabilities in Enterprise IoT Security at Booth S2426 of the South Expo.
“Bastille’s momentum in attracting the best engineers and completing successful pilots has already distinguished them as the leading startup in IoT security,” said David Cowan of Bessemer Venture Partners, who is also an angel investor in Bastille.
Founded in April 2014, Bastille is pioneering IoT security through next-generation sensors and software that can monitor threats within corporate airspace. This heightened visibility enables enterprise security professionals to monitor IoT devices across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, in particular those that connect to wireless communications protocols beyond WiFi. This situational awareness empowers corporations to accurately quantify risk and mitigate 21st century airborne threats that are the unintended consequences of IoT.
“Large corporations have not yet begun to understand the magnitude of risk to their organizations that are a result of the proliferation of the IoT,” said Chris Rouland, founder and CEO of Bastille. “As IoT device manufacturers continue to rush new products to market without any real concern for security, the enterprise must become proactive in order to protect their assets and resources. Bastille is at the forefront of providing the real-time situational awareness that is necessary for enterprises to mitigate these risks from the IoT.”
Since the company’s formation, Bastille has seen tremendous success of the product in multiples environments and maintains growing interest from a number of verticals. Bastille plans to have general availability of the product in early 2016.
Rouland continued, “The insecurity of the Internet of Things and IoT devices is dominating security conversations right now, and this is evident by the session coverage at this year’s RSA. Bastille takes the responsibility of pioneering IoT security very seriously, and we look forward to introducing our solution on the show floor.”
For more information on Bastille, visit http://www.bastille.io and follow them on Twitter @bastillenet.
Based in Atlanta and launched in 2014, Bastille is pioneering Internet of Things (IoT) security with next-generation security sensors and airborne emission detection, allowing corporations to accurately quantify risk and mitigate 21st century airborne threats. Through its proprietary technology, Bastille helps enterprise organizations protect cyber and human assets while providing unprecedented visibility of IoT devices that could pose a threat to network infrastructure. Currently in pilot testing, Bastille expects general availability in 2015. For more information, visit http://www.bastille.io and follow @BastilleNet on Twitter.