Pwnie Express has been recognized as a finalist in this year’s Massachusetts Technology Council’s (MassTLC) 18th Annual Technology Leadership Awards http://masstlcawards.org/finalists/, representing the best of the region’s technology industry across 16 categories. Pwnie Express and its Pwn Pulse solution is one of five finalists named in the Security category for Innovative Technology of the Year.
Pwn Pulse is the first full visibility and threat detection platform that discovers and alerts to unknown or high-risk devices and their potential threats wherever they exist across the organization, whether at branch office or headquarters facilities. This is done through a unique system of sensors, software and tools designed to allow users to remotely, securely and effectively assess all sites.
Pwn Pulse provides continuous visibility throughout the wired, WiFi and Bluetooth spectrum, across all physical locations including remote sites and branch offices, detecting “known-bad,” unauthorized, vulnerable, and suspicious devices. Powered by easy-to-deploy enterprise-class sensors, Pwn Pulse enables central management from a single cloud dashboard for scalable, continuous intelligence across the enterprise, as well as remote and branch locations.
The Massachusetts Technology Leadership Awards are considered to be one of the state’s most prestigious tech awards program. Winners will be announced during the Awards Gala on September 16, 2015.
In a statement, Mass TLC President Tom Hopcroft offered the following about the awards program, “Massachusetts continues to be a world innovation leader, and the 18th annual MassTLC Leadership Awards recognizes our tech industry’s best-of-the-best—established leaders, high-growth companies and startups alike all blazing trails in important categories such as security, robotics and the Internet of Things. The people and organizations named as finalists for Technology Leadership Awards only scratch the surface of the breadth and depth of talent and innovative spirit here in the Bay State.”