Bastille Drives IoT Security Discussions at RSA 2016

Company Selected to Showcase IoT Security Solution at Innovation Sandbox Competition and Speak to Current State of IoT Security Threats

ATLANTA--()--Bastille, the first cybersecurity company to detect and mitigate threats from the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced it will showcase its unparalleled IoT security solution as part of RSA Conference 2016 being held February 29 March 4 in San Francisco, California. Founder and Chief Technology Officer Chris Rouland, along with members of Bastille’s research team, will give live demos of the company’s proprietary software and sensor technology that privately scans a corporation’s airspace, giving security personnel visibility into every emitting device on a premise. The demos will be held in North Expo’s Booth# N4335.

Additionally, Bastille will take part in several IoT security-related discussions and presentations as part of RSA including:

February 29, 2016, 1:00PM – 4:30PM, South Hall’s The Viewing Point at Gateway
Event: Innovation Sandbox “Most Innovative Startup” Contest
Speaker: Chris Rouland, Founder, Chief Technology Officer, Bastille
One of ten finalists selected in the annual “Most Innovative Startup” competition, Bastille Founder and CTO Chris Rouland will give a live demonstration of the company’s groundbreaking IoT security solution that provides a combination of next-generation sensors and software to detect, localize, and assess IoT-related security risks invading Enterprise corporations.

February 29, 2016, 12:30PM – 1:30PM, Intercontinental Hotel
Event: eFraud Global Forum
Identity Theft Through Internet of Things
Speaker: Chris Rouland, Founder, Chief Technology Officer, Bastille
Bastille Founder and CTO Chris Rouland will look at the epidemic of online fraud and offer solutions on how to prevent from becoming a victim. A detailed review of the data sets being collected through these vulnerable vectors, as well as the where, how and the privacy policies of many IoT devices. The goal of the presentation is to define the profiles that are being developed by fraudsters as they gather personal information well beyond standard “PII.”

March 2, 2016, 1:00PM – 1:50PM / March 3, 2016, 4:30PM – 5:20PM, South Hall’s The Sandbox – IoT Stage
Event: Internet of Things Sandbox
When Good Devices Go Bad: Live Hacking
Panelist: Balint Seeber, Director of Vulnerability Research, Bastille
Stories of vulnerabilities in the IoT appear almost daily: kettles and coffee machines leak Wi-Fi passwords, alarm systems can be circumvented, and toys can spy on you. But how are these attacks executed? How are they impacting your daily life? Join us for a fun session in the IoT Sandbox where we explore vulnerabilities discovered in many innocent devices, and demonstrate real attacks on them.

March 3, 2016, 11:30AM – 12:20PM, North Hall’s 130
Event: Crowdsourced Session
A Walk Through Your Airspace: Understanding the IoT from DC to 10GHz
Speaker: Chris Rouland, Founder, Chief Technology Officer, Bastille
This interactive session will explore the known, unknown and ‘ghost’ devices found on a walk through your corporate airspace from DC to 10GHz. The convergence of Internet of Things devices, the absence of visibility in the network, and the future impact on the enterprise will be presented comprehensively. Attendees will leave with an awareness of the infiltration of devices in the network, as well as techniques for discovery and defense.

“Corporate airspaces are being invaded by the explosion of consumer IoT devices that have flooded the market. Many of these devices have been developed with lax security standards, leaving them vulnerable to hacking and putting enterprises at risk,” said Chris Rouland, founder, CTO, Bastille. “With 5 billion devices connecting within the enterprise by 2020, now is the time for enterprises to get serious about IoT security. We look forward to discussing the current state of IoT security at RSA and demonstrating how our solution is protecting the enterprise from these airborne threats.”

Bastille has been recognized for its innovation through several industry awards and media honors. The company was featured in CRN’s “2015 Internet of Things 50” list, as well as Network World’s “10 more security startups to watch.” Additionally, Bastille was named a “Top 10” Innovative Company by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG).

Bastille is rounded out by a world-class executive team with deep cybersecurity experience and backed by investors including Bessemer Venture Partners. The company has filed 15 patents and counting.

For more information on Bastille, visit www.bastille.net.

About Bastille

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 patent-pending, proprietary technology, Bastille helps enterprise organizations protect cyber and human assets while providing unprecedented visibility of wireless IoT devices that could pose a threat to network infrastructure. For more information, visit www.bastille.net and follow @bastillenet on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Contacts

LMGPR
Noe Sacoco, 408-340-8130
noe@lmgpr.com
or
Bastille
Traci Curran, 770-312-8288
tcurran@bastille.io

Contacts

LMGPR
Noe Sacoco, 408-340-8130
noe@lmgpr.com
or
Bastille
Traci Curran, 770-312-8288
tcurran@bastille.io