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IoT devices are a threat to the business…and your home.
A lack of security regulations has resulted in glaring vulnerabilities in IoT devices that can be accessed and exploited by cybercriminals to compromise businesses. We’ve seen this most recently with the Torii botnet, the most sophisticated IoT botnet to date, which can infiltrate unlimited devices. The problem has gotten so bad that California recently passed SB327, becoming the first state to regulate the security of Internet of Things devices.
Enter Phosphorus and Chris Rouland.
Phosphorous is the first and only cybersecurity company to provide agent-less patching and configuration management for the IoT. It delivers secure software updates & alerts for all the IoT devices in a home or office, identifying vulnerabilities in a device’s software and patching the software & device to secure it from malicious attacks.
Chris Rouland, Co-Founder & CEO
Chris Rouland is co-founder and chief executive officer of Phosphorus Cybersecurity Inc. A 25-year veteran of the information security industry, Chris is a renowned leader in cybersecurity innovation and disruption. In his career, Chris has founded and led several multi-million dollar companies including Bastille, the first company to enable enterprise security teams to assess and mitigate the risk associated with the growing Internet of Radios, andEndgame, ranked for the last two years as the most valuable venture backed company in Virginia, and new leader in the endpoint security space. Chris is a sought-after speaker with appearances at prestigious global security conferences including RSA, Black Hat, and HITB GSEC, and has been featured as a security expert and contributor for national broadcast and print media outlets including CNN, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. He was also named the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Business Person of the Year in 2011 for his innovation and leadership. Chris holds more than a dozen patents and holds a Masters Degree from the Georgia Institute of technology.