Integrata Security is a rapidly growing cyber security firm developing a suite of wireless intrusion detection and prevention solutions suitable for enterprises with the highest wireless security concerns. Our Maryland-based company manufactures and sells 802.11 wireless intrusion detection and prevention solutions. We combine software, network management and intelligent hardware to support the growing security needs around the world for wireless threats and attacks.
It is the mission of Integrata Security to provide the world’s most effective cyber security solutions to protect and preserve America’s critical cyber infrastructure.
Integrata Security was formed in October 2012 to facilitate a technology transfer from one of the Federal laboratories or research institutions in the Maryland area. Since it’s inception, the company has continued to develop and improve the exclusively licensed technology and has grown its team.
The founders of the company met at the MBA program at Robert H. Smith School of Business at University of Maryland. They were not only committed to building a cyber security product-based company, they had the combined experience and knowledge to succeed. CEO Mike Geppi, for example, was a former banker and knew first-hand of the threat of cyber attacks in the financial industry. His co-founders had the combination of systems architecture and large-scale project management expertise needed to create and advance innovative product solutions.
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We Protect Your Wireless Network
The Problem: Our clients have zero tolerance for security breaches, violations, or attacks and could face devastating data loss or exorbitant security fines when they are a victim of a wireless attack. Most enterprises are unknowingly using outdated, partially effective wireless security methods, leaving their network wide open for intruders. Integrata Security is the only cyber security company providing enterprises with the level of protection that they require.
The Integrata Solution
DETECTS breaches and threats to your wireless network
LOCATES unauthorized devices
EXPEDITES response and recovery by providing real-time actionable intelligence
The Integrata Security solution provides complete enterprise-level protection for 802.11 networks.
Unlike traditional security systems that use channel-hopping technology, Integrata Security's technology provides continuous monitoring of all WiFi channels, preventing the periodic exposure inherent in systems that cycle through them. It also detects more types of alerts than competing solutions. When a security breach occurs, the innovative alert system immediately notifies the enterprise and provides actionable intelligence to prevent harm to the network.
Some enterprises and buildings require areas in which all wireless devices are denied. These wireless devices, such as cell phones, fit bits, and laptops can be used as an access point to wireless neworks by attackers. The risk of having these types of devices in the same area as highly secure data is simply too high. Current security practices for these types of areas are signs or personnel enforcing the policy, which is more often than not ineffective. Our technology immediately identifies wireless devices in a denied area and alerts the end user of the presence of said device.
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