In 2023, OneLayer was named “IoT Startup of the Year.”

IoT Startup of the Year

OneLayer was founded in 2021, is in the stage Seed VC-II | Alive, has raised $14.7M in total, and has just improved its Mosaic Score by 10 points.

About OneLayer:

OneLayer provides an LTE and 5G network-specific cyber security platform. To give businesses more visibility, control, and protection, it offers an Internet of Things (IoT) security toolset that can be applied on private cellular networks. The platform offers services such device connectivity, cellular detection, and segmentation. The business is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and it was established in 2021.

OneLayer, leader in securing private LTE/5G networks for businesses, today declared that it has won the title of “IoT Startup of the Year” it the 7th annual IoT Breakthrough Awards programme run by IoT Breakthrough, reputable market intelligence firm that honours the best firms, technologies, and goods in the current global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.
Private cellular networks are well-equipped to increase security. However, the majority of the currently available security solutions, such as asset management tools, NAC, IDS/NDR, and firewalls, are not r levant in the new cellular context.
OneLayer’s IoT security technology bridges the gap between the cellular packet core and the current enterprise architecture on any private network, making it simple to identify, evaluate, and secure IoT device activities.
The company offers comprehensive asset visibility, context-based segmentation, cellular abnormalities detection & response, and zero-trust device connectivity while extending and adapting current security approaches to the new type of network. Real-time visibility of all connected devices, including their position, vulnerabilities, activity, and inter-network identities matching, is one of its key characteristics. Users can use device identification to automatically implement corporate NAC policy for better security hygiene in the meantime. The platform also picks up on any unusual device or traffic behaviour, and it reacts and fixes malicious or misconfigured behaviour right away. Zero trust authentication, in addition, enables automatic connecting and admission of new devices.