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Stand Out in the Crowd! If branding, lead generation and market visibility are important to your organization, the supporting partner opportunities available at TechNet Cyber 2021 are exactly what you need. This event attracts over 4,000 cyber security professionals, who want to see the leading industry solutions, and take part in networking and business building opportunities.

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Branding Opportunities Deadline: October 1st
Patron Package and Individual Opportunities Deadline: October 15th


Rockville,  MD 
United States
  • Booth: 2216

Sepio delivers a hardware access control (HAC) platform that reduces the risk of unapproved and rogue devices by providing complete visibility, control, and mitigation of all hardware assets. Sepio’s hardware fingerprinting, augmented by machine learning, discovers all managed, unmanaged, and hidden devices that are invisible to all other security tools. Sepio’s solution enhances Zero Trust, C2C, insider threat, CMMC, Section 889, BYOD, IT, OT, and IoT security programs.

 Press Releases

  • The Open System Interconnection (OSI) Model, is a conceptual framework that defines the layers that computer systems use to communicate over a network. In other words, the 7 Layer OSI model characterizes computing functions into a universal set of rules and requirements to support interoperability between different products and software. There are seven layers within the OSI model, each of which has a specific functionality to perform. Together, the layers work collaboratively to transmit the data from one person to another across the globe. Below is an overview of the seven layers and their individual functions.

    Starting at the very beginning - the Physical Layer of the OSI Model

    The Physical Layer is the lowest layer of the OSI model and provides hardware security. This layer is responsible for the actual physical connection between the devices by identifying the equipment involved in the data transfer. Layer 1 defines the hardware equipment, cabling, wiring, frequencies and pulses. The information is contained in the form of bits and transmitted from one node to another.

    The problem is that hardware security goes neglected; existing security software solutions do not cover the Physical Layer. Without visibility of the Physical Layer, the physical specifications of the network are not captured. Hence, network implants – Rogue Devices which operate on the Physical Layer – are not detected. Similarly, spoofed peripherals – Rogue Device manipulated on the Physical Layer – are identified as legitimate HIDs. Without Physical Layer visibility, enterprises are at risk of Rogue Devices infiltrating their network and conducting harmful attacks. As the Physical Layer is the first of the OSI layers, it is crucial to have protection at this level to stop the attacks originating from Rogue Devices at the very first instant; before being carried out.


    New Index from Sepio Systems Helps Enterprises Measure and Understand Risk Exposure to Hardware-based Cyber Attacks

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