MinimTM is an IoT platform that enables and secures a better connected home. In a world where connected devices have outnumbered people, Minim’s self-learning platform employs Quantum Fingerprinting and behavioral models to detect threats before they become problems. Founded in 2017, Minim offers apps with usable security for consumers and their care providers to protect connected devices and optimize WiFi performance, leading to higher customer satisfaction. The company is now partnering with ISPs, care providers, router manufacturers, software developers, and IoT device manufacturers who want to help make home connectivity as safe as drinking water.
On October 12, 2016, over 600,000 insecure webcams and other devices joined the Mirai botnet, unbeknownst to the device owners. Mirai attacked an internet performance management company, Dyn, which was cofounded and led by Jeremy Hitchcock. The botnet took down Dyn and, consequently, popular services like GitHub, Twitter, Reddit, Netflix, and Airbnb— huge swaths of the internet. It made the evening news, and Jeremy wanted to do something about it. "What's crazy to me is that enterprise security and network management techniques have not migrated to the consumer networking space in the last decade," said Jeremy in his blog, Why Minim. And so, Minim was born. It is a sweet revenge story— but also a story about how we all deserve safe, reliable internet at home. Minim set out to help broadband service providers deliver just that.
Minim is led by a seasoned team of networking and security non-robots
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Team diversity makes us stronger, granting us varied perspectives to solve problems and empathize with our customers. Minimers look for every opportunity to diversify our team and cultivate an inclusive culture. We come together on these core values:
We must be able to count on the technology that wakes us up, warms our home, and entertains our children. It's positively important.
We strive for a world where everything is so simple, it's automated.
We love being out in front of technology curves, hackers, competitors, and a good joke, We like being first, and we're a playful bunch.