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StealthPath provides organizations with a revolutionary but non-disruptive path to implementing a zero trust model for their IoT and smart device solutions.

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Our flexible, game-changing platform can rapidly bring the rapidly expanding, technically diverse, difficult to maintain universe of edge device into security compliance without major changes to underlying applications or network infrastructure.

StealthPath provides multi-layered, zero-trust defense-in-depth. Purpose-built to complement existing cybersecurity solutions, it digitally fingerprints every entity on the endpoint network. We create a configuration whitelist that challenges every interaction, with multiple options for response from monitoring to alerting to blocking anomalous connections and content. Our flexible, staged adoption path allows clients to evolve different systems at different speeds from inventorying and monitoring behavior, to integration with next-gen firewalls and SIEM solutions, to complete protection. The platform provides significant value at every stage, from understanding the complete set of local and remote users, devices, and connections on their IoT network, to having the ability to shut down potentially harmful exploits before they can do damage. And it functions with minimal overhead at operational speed.

Developed by a leadership team with deep experience in cybersecurity, the company’s patented solutions open a new path forward for organizations seeking consistency with NIST best practices. And for those who want to make sure that their endpoint devices don’t become entry points for cyber intrusion.

Russ Berkoff, President and CEO
Senior Executive with track record of developing some of the most advanced cybersecurity technologies in the industry. Senior Cybersecurity Advisor for A.T. Kearney consulting on cybersecurity-based strategies for Fortune 100…

Russ Berkoff

President and CEO

Senior Executive with track record of developing some of the most advanced cybersecurity technologies in the industry. Senior Cybersecurity Advisor for A.T. Kearney consulting on cybersecurity-based strategies for Fortune 100 companies. Previous leadership roles with Nuix and Dell Computers where he led the strategy and sales for a $383 million U.S. Special Operations Command Program.

Mr. Berkoff retired from US Army Special Forces (Green Berets) as a Lieutenant Colonel, but after 9/11 returned to government service joining the National Security Agency (NSA) to provide strategic planning and forecasting for the Global War on Terrorism to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Director of National Intelligence, and the Undersecretary for Defense for intelligence. Berkoff was instrumental in developing the charter for the new Open-Source Center (OSC) under the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, and the US Army Command and General Staff College, he holds master’s degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School and Loyola University Maryland.

Rajesh Navduri, CTO
Rajesh has more than 25 years of diverse experience in innovation, strategy, planning and data analytics, with specific focus on AI, Blockchain solutions and product design.

Rajesh Navduri

CTO

Rajesh has more than 25 years of diverse experience in innovation, strategy, planning and data analytics, with specific focus on AI, Blockchain solutions and product design.

Clifton N. B. Triplett, Executive Technical Advisor
A senior industry expert with more than 30 years of proven significant information technology and cybersecurity experience with the Federal Government and US corporations ranging from Fortune 1 to Fortune…

Clifton N. B. Triplett

Executive Technical Advisor

A senior industry expert with more than 30 years of proven significant information technology and cybersecurity experience with the Federal Government and US corporations ranging from Fortune 1 to Fortune 200; and across six industries to include utilities, oil and gas, manufacturing, aerospace, defense, and high tech. A West Point graduate, with a master’s in computer science from Boston University, he spent the first decade of his career in the cyber-defense of US Nuclear command and control systems. Over his post-military career, he has served as CIO for multiple innovative, award-winning technology firms, and as a Presidential Executive Fellow for cybersecurity in the Obama Administration, He is currently Executive Director for Cybersecurity and Risk Management for A.T. Kearny, consulting with governments and major industries on the changing landscape of technology and cyber threats.

Wayne Haughey, Senior Technical Advisor
Transformed two different 100 year old companies into a digital force. Acquired and integrated $2.5B Bank (including deposits, residential and commercial lending, credit card, brokerage, wealth management). Restored full Banking…

Wayne Haughey

Senior Technical Advisor

Transformed two different 100 year old companies into a digital force. Acquired and integrated $2.5B Bank (including deposits, residential and commercial lending, credit card, brokerage, wealth management). Restored full Banking operations (existing bank) and achieved profitability 12 months ahead of schedule. Led and optimized 15 technology, business, and external supplier teams (~1,000 strong). Accountable for budgets in excess of $500MM. Global education, experience, and leadership across multiple industries.

Dr. Kathleen Robertson, Senior Advisor
Since the 1990’s, Dr. Robertson has been a senior advisor to corporations and the government.   At Coopers & Lybrand she advised Fortune 500 companies for international business and tax strategies….

Dr. Kathleen Robertson

Senior Advisor

Since the 1990’s, Dr. Robertson has been a senior advisor to corporations and the government.   At Coopers & Lybrand she advised Fortune 500 companies for international business and tax strategies. At McDonnell Douglas she was a corporate director for international strategies and M&A, and a strategic advisor to the CEO and COO.  As a principal at Booz Allen & Hamilton and a National Director of Strategy at KPMG, she continued in the role of an independent strategic advisor to senior management in both the private and the public sector. She is recognized for effectively using strategic wargames to address critical issues. 

Her career in government in Washington DC began as an SES (Senior Executive Service) on a Presidential Commission. She then joined the Navy’s Think Tank, Center for Naval Analysis and was assigned to DARPA as the strategic advisor for the Dual Use Technology Program. She has served on a number of Presidential Commission, including Critical Infrastructure and the Restructuring of the Air Force.  From 2000-2006 she was the senior strategic advisor to the leadership of the Navy.  Major initiatives included establishment of NETWARCOM, the Navy’s Cyber Command.