VIENNA, Va., Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- PFP Cybersecurity, an IoT security company, announced today that its Chief Executive Officer, Steven Chen, will present at AGC Partners' 12th Annual Information Security Conference being held February 29-30, 2016 at The Westin St. Francis in San Francisco, California. Mr. Chen will present on Monday, February 29th at 3:00pm PT in the Information Security Private Company Track.
AGC's information security conference is being held in conjunction with the annual RSA 2016 security conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco. AGC's conference is expected to draw broad participation from leading public and private information security companies. Last year, it attracted approximately 250 participating companies and more than 1,600 public and private institutional investors and senior industry representatives. The event aims to foster go-to-market financing and strategic partnerships and develop themes that carry on throughout RSA week.
During his presentation, Mr. Chen will explain PFP's IoT security solution that secures IoT devices at the chip level, providing machine-time detection and threat remediation. The patented solution has support from NSF, USAF, US Army, DHS, DoE and DARPA. The PFP solution provides the last 1% threat indicators with 99% level of confidence in milliseconds for immediate remediation. Mr. Chen will also discuss PFP's chip/IoT-level firmware and analytics product portfolio.
PFP will be exhibiting and demonstrating its new IoT cybersecurity solution at RSA 2016 in booth #S332 in Moscone South Hall. They will also be hosting an IoT security panel at the MACH37 "Launch Lounge" event on Thursday, March 4th from 5-7pm PT at 111 Minna Gallery. You can RSVP here to attend this event.
About PFP Cybersecurity
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., PFP Cybersecurity provides a unique, anomaly-based cyber security threat detection technology that can instantly identify software and hardware intrusions including active and dormant attacks. With its innovative technology, PFP shortens the compromise detection gap to milliseconds by monitoring changes in electromagnetic frequencies and power supplies. This physics-based technology can be applied to detect advanced malware and sophisticated threats in the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as critical cyber systems. It can also detect hardware Trojans and counterfeits in the supply chain.
SOURCE PFP Cybersecurity