Cybersecurity redefined.

We were founded with the intention of bringing innovation to the information security world so your data can be protected.


We at ERKIOS SYSTEMS know that physical access to a enterprise networking device is a vulnerability.


Erkios Systems has developed a concept that will protect ports physically on a critical infrastructure device while providing auditing capabilities through the logging, monitoring and alerting functions of the design.


The product is unique from the competition because it provides both physical and logical security while maintaining the ability to audit the access of used and unused ports on a system. The Data Defender was created to do just that.


Realtime Results

Every port on every device is electronically monitored in real time.


Alarms at the Touch

Every unscheduled change in port status generates an alarm and is immediately reported on a dashboard.


Unbreachable Network

Physical network connections are unbreachable without detection.


Status and Data Reporting

All port status data is available for future compliance reporting.

Fortifi RJ-45

FortiFi adds a level of protection to the physical layer that has never been seen before. A unique ecosystem of port-level hardware, wireless data collection, and a database-driven dashboard provides real-time monitoring of the most vulnerable piece of any organization’s technology infrastructure; an authorized employee, contractor or vendor who access company data. FortiFi can notify security personnel when the breach is happening so they can stop it.

Is your company fortified?

Insider threats are the biggest cause of security threats today, and they are costly to rectify (2017 Insider Threat Report):

  • 74% of organizations feel vulnerable to insider threats; However, only 42% have the appropriate controls in place to prevent an insider attack.
  • Privileged users, such as managers with access to sensitive information, pose the biggest insider threat to organizations (60%), followed by contractors and consultants (57%), and regular employees (51%).
  • 56% of security professionals say insider threats have become more frequent
  • 91% of IT operations and security managers predicted that the risk of insider threats will continue to grow or stay the same. (Forcepoint)
  • Worldwide spending on information security will hit $90 billion in 2017, an increase of 7.6% over 2016, and is expected to top $113 billion by 2020. (Gartner)

Our Leadership Team

Sean Null
Chief Executive Officer
Philip Vanderstraeten
Chief Operations Officer
Tom Newell
Chief Research & Development Officer

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