Krishen Iyer On Physical Cybersecurity

Krishen Iyer is the founder and CEO of Sauble, a company that creates data-driven products and services specifically designed for the military and intelligence community. He is a former infantry Marine with over a decade of service and was part of numerous other military organizations, including the U.S. Special Forces, from 2007 to 2014.


His Achievements 

U.S. Special Operations Command’s 2015-2016 innovation award winner, being the only non-government agency to win this award at any level in U.S. Special Operations history. Krishen Iyer won a $500,000 Challenge Grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) to create a new program based on the findings of his award-winning innovation research, now known as “Belly Belly.”


Won a $1 million grant from the U.S. Government to develop and deploy a next-generation SIGINT system with an emphasis on Cybersecurity, Research, and Development in 2016. Krishen Iyer is a U.S. Federal Government and U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) subject matter expert in Cybersecurity.


Also, the business expert specializes in Physical Security, Geospatial Intelligence, and SIGINT. He is currently a federal employee at the Department of Defense, where he supports SOCOM and other agencies. Krishen Iyer received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from George Mason University. Krishen also participated in Executive Education programs. 

Overall, for leading High-Performance Teams at Georgetown University and Strategic Management at Harvard Business School. Krishen is a leading expert on the future of how we will view combat. He coined the phrase “Physical Cybersecurity” and is one of the top experts in this field. Krishen Iyer is regularly interviewed by news agencies such as CNN when issues relating to international military actions arise and presents his viewpoints on these matters as a subject matter expert.