Pulzze Systems, Inc. has scooped the first runner up award at the MITRE Internet of Things (IoT) Challenge thanks to its research on End Point Detection technology.
May 24, 2017, Pulzze Systems, Inc (Pulzze) was felicitated at MITRE Tysons Corner, VA office and acknowledged for its innovation on addressing a key security issue inherent in IoT networks.
MITRE Challenge was to detect devices and identify network changes by passively listening to radio frequency (RF) data emanating from the model home network. Model home network included large number of IoT devices, such as door locks, thermostats, and lighting controls. According to MITRE “…solution that works in the home could be adapted to other network environments, such as a hospital or military facility”
In conjunction with research effort with Department of Homeland Security S&T, End Point Detector is expected to be available in the market in early 2018.
1. Network Administrator: What is really on my network?
2. Operations: How do I stop a device from exposing its user to others in the area?
3. Facility Security: How do I know what’s receiving and transmitting data in my facility?
4. Security from Attacker: How to stop hacker from exploiting and add rogue another device to this mesh
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