HERNDON, Va., Dec. 6, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- CertiPath, the trusted credentialing authority, today announced Scott Meyer as senior director of client services. The news comes on the heels of another personnel announcement where the company named Tina Davis its chief financial officer – showcasing CertiPath's continued growth in the identity assurance space and its expansion into the Physical Access Control Systems (PACS) market.
"We're shattering the illusion that businesses need multiple high assurance identity credentials to gain access to physical and logical environments within government facilities," said Jeff Nigriny, president of CertiPath. "By streamlining the process, we have the opportunity to save manufacturers and facility owners millions of dollars without sacrificing security which has attracted an influx of new customers and prospects quickly."
Meyer has a distinguished track record of helping technology businesses field rapid customer growth by developing pre- and post-sales customer programs that improve training, satisfaction and retention. For CertiPath, Meyer will initially focus on developing training solutions that will help key stakeholders exploit cutting edge technology that combines physical and logical access using a single identity credential. Prior to CertiPath, Meyer held several high-ranking sales and systems engineer positions at a variety of technology companies including ActivIdentity, CoreStreet and Leading Edge Design and Systems. He holds a bachelor's degree in Geography and Computer Cartography from Appalachian State University.
"Introducing disruptive technology that eliminates the line between systems that verify identity for access to physical and logical assets will change the way businesses collaborate going forward," added Meyer. "CertiPath is the pioneer in interoperable, high-assurance credentials and its transition into physical access control has already resulted in a significant uptick in customer requests and new business opportunities."
CertiPath provides the aerospace and defense industry's only public key infrastructure (PKI)-based communications bridge where information can be shared widely, securely, effectively and affordably between partners, suppliers and customers – regardless of the size and scope of the supply chain.
CertiPath's solution tears down the burdensome and costly company, employee and program-centric approaches to identity assurance. Today, organizations in the U.S., U.K. and Europe including Boeing, BAE Systems, EADS, Lockheed Martin, Northrop-Grumman, Raytheon and the U.S. Federal Bridge (FBCA) are members of this fast-growing community. For more information, visit CertiPath on the web at http://www.certipath.com
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