Current solutions are not enough (at all)

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The 42% of connected devices are vulnerable

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The average cost of cybercrime per company is $7.7 millions

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10 months is the average time a hacker remains unnoticed

But adapting existing security implementations to WHF is challenging

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Prohibitive Costs

Require incremental fixed costs in software licenses and/or hardware on top of an already strained budget.

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Lack of Scale

Current security deployments are difficult to update, lack of the right permits and remote access to the workstations put a hard limit on scalability.

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Unreliability

Endpoint’s computational resources are exhausted, deploying new security solutions is implausible.

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So...

Can companies protect their remote workforce in an affordable, reliable, and scalable way?

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BitTrap monitors remote workers devices to provide early alarms with zero false positives, and no additional computational cost.

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Affordability


Pay-Per-Intrusion pricing model.
Zero deployment and maintenance costs

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Scalability


Sublinear relationship between working capital and total value at play.
Zero infrastructure
updates needed

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Reliability


Zero false positive intrusion alarm

How it works?

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1 | Security Manager installs the BitTrap agents in the company’s devices

2 | Each device has an agent with a risk-adjusted economic incentive placed in a Bitcoin wallet

3 | BitTrap automatically monitors the devices

4 | An attacker hacks into a device and monetizes the opportunity (transfers out the Bitcoin)

5 | BitTrap detects it and triggers actions to protect the device

6 | Alerts are sent to stakeholders and further remedy is taken

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BitTrap SaaS Dashboard

For CISOs and Endpoint Security Managers

Designed for simplicity, scalability and reliability

  • Automated assets installation

  • Assets monitoring and dynamic adaption

  • Incidents management

  • Alarms and triggers automation

  • Integration with major SIEMs

Schedule a Demo Now Available for any OS

When everything else fails, there’s Bit Trap

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BitTrap is designed to provide risk-adjusted economic incentives to hackers that have already penetrated into the system to reveal their position.

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Instead of reducing intrusions, BitTrap leverages the asymmetry between the value an attacker gets from a hack, and the cost of it to the company.

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Hint: Hackers only capture a small fraction of the cost to the Company. Most of the cost goes to lawyers, fines, and the customers.

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This is a highly inefficient market calling for disruption.

BitTrap arbitrages a 500x cybercrime market inefficiency

500x asymmetry

Without BitTrap

  • Attacker’s revenue
  • Company’s extra cost of hack

  • 500x asymmetry between Attacker’s revenue and Company’s cost of a hack.


With BitTrap

Attacker’s revenue
BitTrap’s arbitrage fee
Company’s Savings ~490x
  • Attacker’s revenue
  • BitTrap’s arbitrage fee
  • Company’s Savings ~490x

  • BitTrap reduces the company’s cost by providing a risk-adjusted return to attackers

About Us

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Jonatan Altszul

Co-founder & CEO
Core Security (Acq by K1) Co-founder, CEO, Chairman
Aconcagua Ventures Co-founder, Managing Director
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Ariel Futoransky

Co-founder & CTO
Disarmista
Co-founder, CEO
Core Security (Acq by K1)
Co-founder, VP R&D
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Mat Travizano

Co-founder & Board Member
MIT C19 Observatory
Founder, Core Member
Grandata
Founder, CEO