HERZLYIA, Israel, November 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Safe-T Data, the provider of Unified Secure Data Exchange Solutions desgined to securely bridge the gap between the Enterprise and The Cloud, announced today the appointment of Derek Schwartz as CEO. In his role, Mr. Schwartz will lead Safe-T and be responsible for growing Safe-T's business around the world with a strong focus on the Americas, while continuing to deliver innovative products to market.
Mr. Schwartz brings to Safe-T more than 25 years of leadership experience in aspiring global organizations delivering creative solutions to Enterprise. Specifically, Derek's knowledge in Mission Critical Secure Data Transmissions at Cyclone Commerce, Axway and SEEBURGER as well as merging in acquisitions such as Tumbleweed will drive Safe-T to the next level in its business development. Derek's networks stem from living, working and building businesses in Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, USA, Asia and South Africa.
"We welcome Derek's experience and leadership to Safe-T and we see a huge opportunity to strengthen our security offering and expand our customer base through Derek's leadership," said Amir Mizhar, Chairman and Chief Software Officer at Safe-T. "Mr. Schwartz has experience in leading and transitioning Technology companies, enabling them to take their rightful place as market disruptors and leaders."
Safe-T Data is a provider of unified secure data exchange solutions for a wide range of industries including financial, healthcare and manufacturing organizations. Safe-T Data's Safe-T Box enables organizations to bridge the gap between the enterprise and the cloud, by allowing to share data securely between people, applications, cloud solution, and businesses. It is designed for fast and easy deployment and wide user acceptance. Safe-T Data's secure front-end solution eliminates the need to store sensitive data in the DMZ, thereby reducing exposure to data breaches. With offices in North America, Europe and Asia, Safe-T Data secures millions of files and emails every day. For more information, visit http://www.safe-t.com.