2016 Internet Of Things 50: 5 Coolest IoT Security Vendors

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Top Executive: Chris Risley, CEO

Bastille approaches the Internet of Things market by detecting and mitigating threats in IoT applications through security sensors, software and airborne emission detection.

The Atlanta-based startup, which received $9 million in a Series A funding round last year, touts an enterprise-grade IoT product that uses software and sensors to scan a customer's air space, giving visibility into every radio-frequency-emitting device.

The company in July unveiled a vulnerability in a low-cost wireless keyboard dubbed "Keysniffer," where hackers could remotely detect the keystrokes of wireless keyboards from eight manufacturers from distances up to 250 feet away.

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