BOSTON, July 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- PreVeil, a company dedicated to providing enterprises with private and protected email and files, has announced its new Advisory Board made up of leading industry and technical advisors across cyber security, aerospace and defense, finance, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, and professional services.
"PreVeil's advisors all have extensive knowledge and experience in keeping organizations' information safe," said Randy Battat, CEO and founder, PreVeil. "We have been working with them for several years to ensure PreVeil's products address the needs of the industries they represent."
- Matthew Green
A respected influencer in the cyber security space, Green is an assistant professor with Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute focused on applied cryptography, privacy preserving cryptographic protocols, and cryptographic engineering. He was formerly a partner in Independent Security Evaluators, a custom security evaluation and design consultancy and also served as a senior technical staff member at AT&T Laboratories/Research.
- Larry Volz
With more than 37 years of experience at United Technologies Corporation, a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of commercial and military aircraft engines and industrial gas turbines, Volz recently retired as vice president and CIO of Pratt & Whitney, a unit of United Technologies. Volz was responsible for IT strategy, operations and investments for Pratt & Whitney's global business, and ensured that the company implemented a secure, reliable, and cost-effective global IT infrastructure with strong IT strategies and robust applications. He held several senior leadership positions at Pratt & Whitney and United Technologies Corporate, and also led Hamilton Sundstrand's IT organization as vice president and CIO.
- Avram Kornberg
A leader in the transformation of technology at firms across private equity, brokerage, hedge funds, mutual funds and banking, Kornberg is the founder and president of Stratecution Consulting, LLC, providing insight to financial services, software, and consulting firms. He was formerly CIO for TPG Capital, one of the largest global private equity firms. His record of success also includes companies such as MF Global, Moore Capital, Oppenheimer Funds, Bankers Trust, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and Citibank.
- Andrew Griffin
Griffin is the Corporate Vice President, IT Security and Compliance for Charles River Laboratories, which provides laboratory services for the pharmaceutical, medical device and biotechnology industries. He leads the security teams that assess the global threat landscape, manage and monitor security technologies, respond to incidents, and ensure compliance with government and customer information security and data protection requirements. His background includes experience with Vertex Pharmaceuticals and Avid Technology.
This latest announcement from PreVeil builds on its recent momentum from the launch of its PreVeil Drive and a Series A investment from leading venture capital firm Spark Capital. PreVeil's unique email and file sharing services combine end-to-end encryption, the "gold standard" for cyber security, with distributed trust that ensures no one administrator is a gateway for hackers. This level of security relies on strong cryptographic keys for user access instead of passwords, which are a common security weak point. PreVeil means privacy; nobody outside of an enterprise, not even PreVeil, can read a business' files.
PreVeil provides enterprises with private and protected email and files – with unmatched ease of use. PreVeil's proprietary combination of end to end encryption, distributed trust and strong cryptographic keys instead of passwords, ensures data is protected even when the server is breached. Learn more at www.preveil.com, join the conversation on Twitter and follow PreVeil on LinkedIn and Facebook. Protect. Prevent. PreVeil.
Ariane Wolff, Vice President