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50 Fastest Growing Tech Companies 2016

Delivering the missing piece of network security: Breach Prevention, SnoopWall


“SnoopWall’s NetSHIELD, MobileSHIELD and AppSHIELD technology is so advanced, it stops breaches”

Why does SnoopWall, Inc. exist?

SnoopWall exists for one reason only – to stop breaches for those who need it most – Small to Medium Size Enterprises (SME’s) who make up over 80% of global GDP, yet cannot afford high end information security solutions. SME’s have become the perfect target of cyber crime.

“We’re tired of seeing millions of records stolen from SME’s and being resold on the black market, billions in cybercrime theft and ransomware payments. We believe SME firewalls and antivirus cannot stop breaches. In fact, over 95% of breaches happen on endpoints protected by antivirus behind SME corporate firewalls. We believe there has to be a better way, so we focus all our energies on the root cause of breaches,” said Gary S.
Miliefsky, CEO.

SnoopWall, Inc. delivers breach prevention technology that helps small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) get one step ahead of the next cyber-criminal, malicious insider, phishing attacks, ransomware or zero-day malware behind the corporate firewall. The company is poised for explosive growth, was founded in January 2013 by information security expert, software entrepreneur and founding member of the US Department of Homeland Security, Gary S. Miliefsky, and is located in Nashua, New Hampshire.

SnoopWall, Inc. is the world’s first breach prevention company with patented intranet intrusion prevention appliances called “NetSHIELD®” deployed in 32 countries. The company also offers patented mobile security softwares for BYOD, called “MobileSHIELD®” and “WinSHIELD®” with a software developer toolkit used by over 100 financial institutions called “AppSHIELD® SDK”. 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.

The Proactive Security Imperative – Breach Prevention

NetSHIELD: Securing yournetwork from the inside out NetSHIELD delivers a rich feature set of agentless network access control (NAC) and critical intranet security that firewalls and AV solutions do not address & where 95% of today’s breaches occur. Additionally, zero-hour malware and phishing attack real-time quarantine, mac-spoof detection, TLD blocking, comprehensive auditing, vulnerability assessments, and compliance reporting & enforcement make this a comprehensive and compelling offering. The NetSHIELD solution is available as a hardware appliance that scale from 25 to 10,000 protected assets per appliance. In addition, an embedded command center allows administrators to manage up to 1000 remote sites.

MobileSHIELD: Enabling safer BYOD on Android & iOS SnoopWall’s patented MobileSHIELD agent is deployed and administered via the NetSHIELD Command Center. MobileSHIELD ensures BYOD flexibility by enabling owner control over device settings, applications and application privileges while not connected to corporate network resources. Administrator control over device settings, applications, application privileges, ports and mobile data connectivity is defined and enforced while mobile devices and tablets are connected to corporate networks.

WinSHIELD: Control and secure Windows devices connected to corporate networks WinSHIELD is designed to secure Windows® laptops, desktops and servers by enabling administrative control over device settings, applications and application privileges while connected to corporate network resources. Administrator control over device settings, applications, application privileges, ports and data connectivity is defined and enforced while desktops, laptops/netbooks, tablets and servers are connected to corporate networks. WinSHIELD may be deployed on any Windows device or tablet to enhance corporate IT security oversight and control.

AppSHIELD: Helping you secure your mobile apps SnoopWall’s patents-pending AppShield™ SDK can secure any mobile app on all major platforms. AppShield SDK acts as an application & port authority which makes your app invisible to any other app on the mobile device. With 24/7/365 active monitoring, regular updates and a dedicated team of cybersecurity experts, you can be assured that your app’s security and customer data are safe, providing a non-intrusive customer experience.

Additionally, the company’s new solution AppCRUSHER makes Cloud based Mobile Application Auditing possible and helps the client’s customers to be one step ahead of the next threat. Last year, SnoopWall was able to show how easily mobile apps can be exploited by mobile malware including mBanking, mRetail and mWallet apps. Without SnoopWall’s AppSHIELD SDK, over 100 financial institutions today would be easily hacked and consumers would suffer identity theft.

There is 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.

How does SnoopWall stop breaches?
“We make the world’s best, easiest to use hardware, software and update service that stop breaches and decided to offer them up at the most disruptive, cost effective pricing in the industry so every organization can avoid being breached. If you want to avoid being breached, you should buy our products. They are cost effective and highly affordable,” said Mark Bermingham, VP
of SnoopWall, Inc.

Meet the Executive Duo

Gary Miliefsky, CEO: Gary is also the co-inventor of the company’s innovative breach prevention technologies. He has been extremely active in the INFOSEC arena, most recently as the Editor of Cyber Defense Magazine.

Gary is a Founding Member of the US Department of Homeland Security, the National Information Security Group, and the OVAL advisory board of MITRE responsible for the CVE Program. He also assisted the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), which operates within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Previously, Gary has been founder and/or inventor for technologies and corporations sold and licensed to Hexis Cyber, Intel/McAfee, IBM, Computer Associates and BlackBox Corporation. Gary is a member of ISC2.org and is a CISSP®.

Mark Bermingham, VP of Channels & Business Development: Mark leads the channels growth of the company as well as strategic licensing and business development. Mark has more than 20 years of experience developing sales, marketing and business growth strategies having served in senior sales, marketing and product management roles at numerous high-tech firms. Mark is well seasoned at building out product, marketing and channels in an accelerated fashion for SnoopWall’s potential Public Markets future (as predicted by Owler). He oversees all aspects of SnoopWall’s global marketing efforts, including global channel and partner expansion programs, marketing, and strategic growth initiatives bringing a wealth of experience in go-to-market and marketing strategy, product marketing and positioning, public relations and analyst relations. Mark evangelizes security to link market opportunity with developmental priorities to meet today’s accelerating 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.