|By Business Wire||
|June 23, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
Mobile System 7, a leading provider of enterprise data security products, announced today that three security industry veterans have joined their Advisory Board. “Our Advisory Board plays a key role in helping us go to market with products that secure enterprise data and applications, regardless of whether they’re hosted internally by the enterprise or in the cloud,” said Mark McGovern, Mobile System’s founder and CEO.
The new Advisory Board members are Bob Bigman, former Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Central Intelligence Agency; Nick Lantuh, founder and former President of NetWitness Corporation; and Larry Lunetta, CEO of PetaSecure, Inc. and former Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development at Arcsight.
“It’s an honor to be working with advisors who are so accomplished and well respected. They’ve built industry leading security programs and products, so they have insights that can’t be beat,” said Mark McGovern. “It’s great to have their help and support.”
Mobile System 7 is an enterprise security company led by former Intelligence Community professionals. Mobile System 7's product, Interlock, protects enterprise data from unauthorized access and malicious attacks. Most enterprise security solutions rely on securing the endpoint. In contrast, Interlock monitors what is important to the enterprise - how individual users and devices access data. Interlock combines the power of data analytics and real time access controls to protect enterprise data.
This news follows Maryland Venture Fund’s recent announcement that they had invested in Mobile System 7.
Learn more about Mobile System 7 at www.mobilesystem7.com.
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