SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Zentera Systems, Inc., the leader in cross-cloud session network solutions, announced today an affiliation with Rebecca Gurley Bace, a renowned cybersecurity expert and noted author. Ms. Bace will be advising Zentera on security industry trends, architecture and strategy for the active defense of next-generation enterprise networks.
"Becky Bace brings a deep expertise to the complexities of securing enterprise cross-cloud production workloads," said Dr. Jaushin Lee, CEO of Zentera Systems. "That expertise is critical to consolidating Zentera's unique CoIP™ platform as the way to protect the attack surface exposed by cross-cloud networks and virtualization."
Rebecca Bace is the founder and CEO of Infidel, Inc., a strategic consulting practice, as well as the Chief Strategist of the Center for Forensics, IT, and Security in the School of Computing, University of South Alabama. Ms. Base was a senior member of the cybersecurity team at InQTel, the investment arm of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Previously, she led NSA's Computer Misuse and Anomaly Detection Research program before creating an industry-leading portfolio of security startups for Trident Capital.
In 2014, SC Magazine named Ms. Bace in the Five Most Powerful Women in Cyber Security. In 2007, Information Security Magazine named her in the Ten Most Influential People in the Information Security Industry; in 2005, in the Five Most Influential Women in Information Security and Privacy.
"I'm always happy to see innovative solutions to problems facing security architects as they deal with increasingly complex enterprise networks," said Rebecca Bace, CEO of Infidel, Inc. "Zentera is at the leading edge of secure cross-cloud networking with its hybrid overlay solution and was recently cited by Gartner in its How to Optimize Your Enterprise Network for Hybrid Cloud Report."
Zentera's platform allows enterprises, MSPs, telcos and CSPs to build new virtualized networks to meet dynamic business requirements without VPNs or altering underlying infrastructure. CoIP offers enterprise-grade security on its cross-cloud overlay networks, connecting and protecting a company's compute resources while shielding workloads and computing environments on remote cloud endpoints. Furthermore, it can be put in place in hours.
Zentera Systems and Rebecca Bace will be showing CoIP in production and discussing cross-cloud security at the RSA Conference 2016, Feb. 29-Mar.4, San Francisco, CA, Booth N4605.
Zentera Systems, Inc., enables companies to extend production datacenter operations to public, private and managed hosted network domains. The CoIP™ (Cloud over IP™) cross-cloud session solution offers enterprise-grade networking and security for the emerging cloud ecosystem, protecting the new attack surface exposed by remote cloud endpoints. CoIP creates a unified overlay network plane across multiple private and cloud domains that connects dispersed computers, virtual machines and containers. Its agnostic network virtualization can be provisioned in hours over existing IP infrastructure. Based in Silicon Valley, Zentera offers CoIP through select regional channel partners, managed cloud service providers and Ingram Micro. Visit us at www.zentera.net.
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