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Next Generation Intrusion Prevention: from the Inside-Out, Beyond and Behind the Firewall™: SnoopWall

web-images-security-us SnoopWall secures mission critical and highly valuable confidential information behind firewalls and on mobile devices with next generation technology that detects and blocks all remote control, eavesdropping and spying. SnoopWall’s software products and hardware appliances are all proudly made in the U.S.A.

The world’s first counterveillance security company delivering a suite of network, mobile and app security products as well as cloud-based services protecting all computing devices from prying eyes and new threats through patented cloaking technology, SnoopWall helps computers and mobile devices become ‘nearly’ invisible. Through thisnext generation approach to data protection, the company has the answers to ensure data protection.

Next Generation Internal Security for Networks, Mobile Devices and Apps
SnoopWall’s patented NetSHIELD Appliances provides clients with a view and control of all intranet assets and network touch points behind the corporate firewall. From the largest headquarters to the smallest remote offices, these appliances are securing networks around the globe. While we read about major breaches such as Anthem, Sony Pictures, OMB and so much more, none of these hackers would have succeeded against the well managed networks that NetSHIELD is guarding. Their patent-pending MobileSHIELD endpoint agent is easily managed by the patentedNetSHIELD Enterprise Appliances through the built-in 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.

SnoopWall’s patents-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 to get one step ahead of the next threat. Recently, at FinDEVr2015, SnoopWall was able to show how easy mobile apps can be exploited by mobile malware including mBanking, mRetail and mWallet apps. Without their AppSHIELD SDK (Software Developers’ Kit), over 100 financial institutions, today, would be easily hacked and consumers would suffer identity theft. There’s simply no solution on the market today that reaches the INFOSEC capabilities for Counterveillance and App hardening as the AppSHIELD SDK from SnoopWall. AppCRUSHER proves that SnoopWall is the winner, after showing vulnerabilities in the top competition including Trusteer, by IBM.

Why SnoopWall

  • Most Exploitation Happens Behind Corporate Firewalls: SnoopWall develops very innovative and patented technology to solve this growing epidemic. This could be one of the most important information security solutions in the world, today. SnoopWall’s security appliances allow organizations to safely on-board mobile devices without impacting their productivity; yet the moment a trusted device becomes infected with a new (zero-day) remote access Trojan (RAT), it is instantly quarantined and the IT staff is alerted.
  • An Innovative Approach to Mobile Security: SnoopWall’s mobile technology provides an effective risk management model – reducing the risk of data leakage and information theft behind corporate firewalls in a way that no stand-alone Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution offers. It enables corporations to have a richer and effective control over the mobile devices that employees insist on bringing into the workplace and connecting to corporate networks.
  • SnoopWall Helps Uniquely Harden Mobile Apps against Exploitation: Most Mobile Apps – especially mBanking, mCommerce and mWallets are prone to data leakage and identity theft. This company has figured out the best way to harden them and it’s been working in the field for nearly 18 months without any negative impact on any consumer experience.
  • SnoopWall Cares About SMBs: This is very important as breaches that occur in small to medium sized businesses(SMBs)are usually catastrophic. Providing cost effective security solutions that SMBs can afford fills the void that many Cyber security vendors ignore. SnoopWall values every channel partner and every customer no matter how big or small – they are all treated as equals.
  • SnoopWall is Growing Rapidly and Could Become the SMB Market Leader in INFOSEC: This company has taken a unique approach, leading to rapid growth, with thousands of their appliances in the field and many financial institutions using their solutions. We wouldn’t be surprised to see them consider going public in a few years.

Meet SnoopWall’s Key Executives
Gary Miliefsky- CEO
Gary is the inventor of SnoopWall’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, 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. He is a Founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security and also 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 as well.

Mark Laich- Vice President, Security Solutions
Mark joined SnoopWall with a 29 year track record of successful sales in the high-tech industry, generating over a half of billion dollars in revenues. Under his leadership, SnoopWall has developed strategic partnerships to bring the technology to the automotive and industrial markets. He also kept the company on the course of developing a differentiated sensor to meet the needs of emerging mobile applications. Prior to Qualtre, he served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at MEMSIC, a leading provider of sensors for the mobile/consumer, automotive and industrial markets. Under his leadership, MEMSIC became one of the fastest growing semiconductor companies from 2009-2011. Mark’s recent article entitled “2015: The Year of mCrime” has not only gone viral but has been a litmus test for understanding the wave of mobile malware and mobile breaches that took place in 2015.

Mark Bermingham, Vice President, Marketing
Mark more than 20 years of experience developing marketing strategy having served in senior product marketing and product management roles at numerous high-tech firms. He oversees all aspects of SnoopWall’s global marketing efforts, from product marketing to global brand development bringing a wealth of experience in go-to-market and marketing strategy, product marketing and positioning, public relations and analyst relations. Mark leverages the marketing toolkit to link market and sales opportunities with developmental priorities to meet today’s security challenges. He most recently held a global senior marketing leadership role with Kaspersky Lab’s global marketing organization. Mark is a graduate of UCLA’s Anderson School.

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.