BitSensor integrates with your application on the application layer to ensure protection of all data. Expected application response is used to define early intruder signals.
Newspapers and data leaks are a constant reminder that current security is failing. Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) and network security are failing as important layers of defense. Network security systems are signature-based and rely on filters filtering out known exploits. Hackers are able to bypass these filters with ease by obfuscating the attack-query. As BitSensor is application integrated such bypasses are made impossible.
Ruben van Vreeland is a young veteran Ethical Hacker. With BitSensor he gave security advise to the greatest web platforms. He started programming at the age of 9. His security career began when he turned 14. Ruben then started his own security consultancy company. A job as a programmer at a web development company followed.
In the present day Ruben is a speaker at major conferences such as Hack In The Box/HAXPO where he spoke on advanced XSS. With BitSensor he has created a radical new approach on fighting attacks on the web application layer.
Somehow he always knows how to get the most out of people, deals and everything inbetween. He was running the high school newspaper, and is now doing multimillion software tenders at the Eindhoven University of Technology. While doing that and working on BitSensor, he did his foundation degree cum-laude.
BitSensor partakes in IBM's Global Entrepreneurship partner program.
This allows BitSensor to use the IBM cloud infrastructure, and grants access to the IBM knowledgebase and distribution channel. In addition IBM announced BitSensor to be one of the 10 most promising start-ups worldwide (2015-2016).More Info