The keys to your cyber security

 


The official Portal Locks
K-1’s have been filed with
the IRS. Please contact
Pete Berry if you have not
received your legal K-1.


Portal Locks Detects and

Protects Against BadUSB
How Bad is “BadUSB”
BadUSB Do-It-Yourself
BadUSB Peripherals
BadUSB Security Problems

 

 

 

Cyber protection from the inside-out

Portal Locks is a suite of software and hardware components designed to provide cyber security to the following industries:

▪ Electric Utilities, Gas & Oil Companies
▪ Federal, State & Local Governments
▪ Businesses & Personal Markets

The Portal Locks team is headed by Pete Berry, with 30+ years as a leader and entrepreneur in the nuclear industry. A powerhouse of team members brings cutting edge software and hardware development expertise; proven regulation and compliance knowledge; and strategic sales and marketing experience.

Portal Locks provides the security for our nation’s infrastructure – and is MADE in the USA.

Portal Locks is turn-key defense – cyber protection from the inside-out. The suite contains physical port devices with embedded unique serial numbers that are password protected. The system blocks unused ports and will monitor and lock active ports based on the user defined security requirements. It will block and monitor USB, serial, RJ 45 (ethernet) and fiber optic ports.

Portal Locks thwarts cyber-attacks through the ports connected to the digital assets. Currently there are no commercially available devices that are password protected or that contain provisions for unique serial number chips.

The Portal Locks products have been designed for and meet the applicable regulatory requirements (NIST 800-53, NIST 800-82, RG 5.71 and NEI 08-09). Regulatory Analysis available upon request.

For more information contact us at info@portallocks.com

14/588,839 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURING A COMPUTER PORT USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, 14/588,842 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURING A COMPUTER PORT WITH AN ATTACHED DEVICE USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS, and 14/588,846 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURING AN INPUT/OUTPUT COMPUTER PORT USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS IN A LOCKING MECHANISM, NANCY GUTTENBERG , FOX RUN, KARON FOWLER