Veriflow is the first networking company to use continuous network verification to eliminate network outages and vulnerabilities.
The company was created by a team of computer science professors and Ph.D. students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and is backed by New Enterprise Associates (NEA), Menlo Ventures, the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Defense.
Veriflow began with a simple but challenging question: why can’t today’s networks function with the same availability, security and can’t-fail precision as engineering efforts like Mars rovers? Our breakthrough came with the development of continuous network verification, which builds a deep understanding of network infrastructure to model and mathematically verify network-wide policies, providing intuitive, actionable insight.
Veriflow pioneered a new way for enterprises to model, manage and protect their networks from vulnerabilities and outages. Leveraging Veriflow’s patented continuous network verification technology, enterprises can now predict all possible network-wide behavior and mathematically verify availability and security, instead of waiting for users to experience outages or vulnerabilities to be exploited.