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The Internet of Things is Coming, but is it Secure?

September 18, 2014 7:12 pm by: Category: Show Notes Leave a comment A+ / A-
With Chris Rouland, CEO of Bastille Networks

With Chris Rouland, CEO of Bastille Networks

In the guest chair:

Chris Rouland, CEO & Founder of Bastille Networks joined us in the studio this morning to talk about securing the Internet of Things (IoT).

Launched in 2014, Bastille Networks is the first security company to detect and mitigate threats affecting the Internet of Things. As the number of connected devices grows to 50 billion, Bastille is at the vanguard of IoT security with a patented, full scope solution.

Chris mentioned that we are quickly moving towards a future where many of us will 5 personal devices or more with us at any given time (between our laptops, tablets, phones and wearables) and he talked about the number of random devices that will also have internet connectivity in some way.  Bastille sets out to protect companies by giving them a view to WHO and WHAT is on their network at any given time.

Of course we talked about the line between security and privacy as well!

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