The Silicon Review
“Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and it boils down to this: the more systems we secure, the more secure we all are.” Jeh Johnson
Ever since the internet boom in the late 90s, the cyber space has never been secure. As the number of internet users grew from a few hundreds to billions, the hacking community thrived and grew exponentially. The hacker threat has become so serious and dangerous that no company in the world is completely safe. With the advancement in technologies like cloud computing and the internet of things, cyber attacks are poised to become a regular phenomenon. Today, hackers have become so advanced that even your personal mobile phone cameras are tapped without your knowledge and used to monitor all your activities. This is prominently shown in 2015’s Golden Globe winning TV series, Mr Robot. The ease with which a stranger can look in to our personal life is terrifying. If you could make all the private information about yourself become completely invisible, no one could ever steal it. Your personally identifiable information (PII) could not be stolen if no one could see you or your data. This is called Counterveillance and US based SnoopWall Inc. delivers it elan.
SnoopWall Inc. is the world’s first Counterveillance security company delivering a suite of products from the enterprise to the endpoint, protecting all computing devices from prying eyes and new threats through patented cloaking technology. SnoopWall secures mission critical and highly valuable confidential information behind and beyond firewalls and on mobile devices with next generation technology that detects and blocks all rogue network access, remote control, eavesdropping and spying. SnoopWall’s software products and hardware appliances are all made in the U.S.A and sold through channel partners throughout the globe.
Choosing SnoopWall as their security company gives clients the following benefits:
Critical Security from the Inside-Out
NetSHIELD- A critical component of the security value chain, patented NetSHIELD solutions, allow clients to control network access and detect, alert, block accidental, unintended, malicious access and data exfiltration. It provides critical IntraNet security that firewalls and antivirus are not designed to address.
MobileSHIELD– SnoopWall’ patent-pending MobileSHIELD endpoint agent is easily managed by the patented NetSHIELD Enterprise Appliances through the optional BYOD Command Center. Employees will rest assured that while they own their own Smartphone, tablet or laptop, they can do what they want with it when they are offsite and not within the corporate network or geofence. However, when they enter the corporate network with their personally owned ‘bring your own device’ they can’t put the Employer or business at risk. As most breaches happen from infected and rogue mobile devices, MobileSHIELD endpoint agent receives and enforces policies only while within the corporate environment.
AppSHIELD SDK– The patent-pending AppSHIELD SDK on the other hand provides Counterveillance Cloaking technology without intruding on consumer app experience. Additionally, the company’s new solution APPCRUSHER makes Cloud based Mobile Application Auditing possible and helps the client’s customers can get one step ahead of the next threat.
The Leadership Team
Gary Miliefsky, CEO
Gary is the inventor of the company’s novel Counterveillance technology. He has been extremely active in the INFOSEC arena, most recently as the Editor of Cyber Defense Magazine and the cover story author and was a frequent contributor to Hakin9 Magazine. He also founded NetClarity, Inc., an internal intrusion defense company, based on a patented technology he invented. He is a member of ISC2.org, CISSP® and Advisory Board of the Center for the Study of Counter-Terrorism and Cyber Crime at Norwich University. He also advised the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) which operates within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in their development of The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace. Gary is a Founding Member of the US Department of Homeland Security, served on the OVAL advisory board of MITRE and is a strong supporter of the CVE Program and is a founding Board member of the National Information Security Group.
Jim Antes, CFO
Since joining Venture Advisors in 2005, Jim has served as CFO for over 35 clients. In addition to daily operating responsibilities at his clients during this time he participated in over $150M in Venture equity and debt financings, M & A, transactions, due diligence projects and Restructuring and wind-down projects. Prior to joining Venture Advisors, he was VP of Finance for Emulex a NYSE listed company which acquired Giganet for $650M while he was CFO. Before Giganet he held multiple CFO positions in venture backed tech start-ups.
“We secure all your organization’s networks and devices against the most advanced threats without changing network infrastructure.”