WASHINGTON, June 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Halo Privacy of Seattle, Chicago and Washington DC is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Henry S. Friedman to its Board of Advisors. Dr. Friedman is an internationally renowned academic adult and pediatric neuro-oncologist who helps to lead The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University. He is the author of more than 500 peer reviewed articles, reviews, and book chapters and has presented extensively at both international and national meetings. Dr. Friedman is an expert connector with a network of decision makers in a broad spectrum of industries, including financial/banking, healthcare, health insurance, sports media, federal, legal and political.
As a committed educator Dr. Friedman is a member of the Executive and Super Executive Committees of Duke Medical School, which are responsible for the recruitment, screening and selection of medical students. He is the senior editor of CNS Oncology, was the Associate Editor for the Neuro-Oncology Section of Cancer for 15 years and is a reviewer for over 25 academic journals.
Dr. Friedman serves on the advisory board of a number of organizations, including Voices Against Brain Cancer, the Tug McGraw Foundation, EmergingMed, Pinnacle Care, Transforming Medicine, the National Children's Cancer Society, American Brain Tumor Association and Cancer Action Now. He is on the Executive Board of TEAM Doctors Preferred Access. He has received a number of awards for his work, including the Visionary Award from the Tug McGraw Foundation, the Gary Lichtenstein Humanitarian Award from the Voices Against Brain Cancer Foundation and the Healthnetwork Foundation Service Excellence Award. He is a member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation.
L. Kevin Kelly, Halo Privacy CEO, said, "We are truly honored to have Henry on our Board of Advisors. He is one of the most well connected, well respected people that I know. We see significant opportunity to offer Halo's privacy services to the medical community, and we are going to work closely with him to calibrate Halo's strategy to do so. Beyond the medical community, though, Henry operates in highly sophisticated business environments, so we plan to draw on his experience to inform our sales strategy and technology pipeline. On top of all of that, Henry is a longtime friend, and I'm thrilled to be working closely with him again."
Dr. Friedman added, "A lot of what I've seen in the secure communications marketplace is average technology with really clever marketing. Halo, on the other hand, operates under the assumption that all networks are owned and any adversary could be tier 1, so an average solution simply isn't enough. Where other companies try to force their product fit every customer, Halo sees privacy as a partnership. I love that Halo takes the time to provide each client with customized training and tradecraft paired with technology drawn from selection of both proprietary and COTS solutions. They cap it all off with the best tech support you could imagine. With that kind of offering, I think there is a lot this company can do and I'm proud to be a part of the team."
About Halo Privacy
Halo Privacy was founded by like-minded experts with many years of experience in government and industrial secure communications who believe that genuine privacy is still possible. The Halo approach to securing privacy goes beyond just hardware and technology. A keen understanding that the greatest threats to privacy are often human, coupled with the know-how to assume an attacker's perspective, has allowed Halo to protect the most sensitive information for grateful clients in the government and private sectors. Through a combination sophisticated intelligence tradecraft, streamlined training and proprietary disruptive technology, Halo offers every client a tailored privacy solution. For customers from government entities to corporations to family offices seeking a low profile, we place a secure "Halo" around our clients' smartphones, laptops, smart homes and businesses that protects the information, intellectual property and personal privacy of everyone and everything inside the "Halo." Simple training and concierge-level staff support ensure frictionless client use of the Halo systems. In fact, anyone who can manage email and a smartphone is already savvy enough to communicate securely within the Halo.
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