Veriflow is starting to emerge from stealth and is lifting the covers from its network verification tool. The company wants to help eliminate its customers’ change-induced outages and breaches and does so by using a mathematical verification approach. The Veriflow platform promises to ensure network policy correctness and can identify when a change to networking environments will be impactful to the organization – whether that change is caused by intentional changes or external (not to mention internal) sabotage.

The company was created by a team of computer science professors and Ph.D. students in the EnterpriseWorks incubator at the University of Illinois, is backed by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the US Department of Defense (DoD), and is already claiming success in multiple Fortune 500 and government networks.

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