Cybersecurity Visionary, Martin Roesch, Joins Our Board

POSTED BY JOHN CZUPAK

At ThreatQuotient we believe that the foundation of intelligence-driven security is people. We built ThreatQ, our open and extensible threat intelligence platform (TIP), with that in mind – enabling analysts and defenders to be more effective and efficient.

By extension, we believe that the foundation for our continued company momentum and innovation is having the right people. That’s why I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome Marty Roesch to our Board of Directors.

martin-roeschMarty is an unparalleled leader in the cybersecurity industry– the creator of Snort®, the founder of Sourcefire and currently serves as vice president and chief architect of Cisco’s Security Business Group. His success in identifying emerging technologies to improve cybersecurity, combined with his business acumen to help companies successfully navigate from early stage to high growth, will be a tremendous asset to ThreatQuotient. I welcome the opportunity to work with Marty and look forward to his participation in driving our success.

Marty is the latest addition to our board, which includes a team of respected industry experts: Peter Barris, Managing General Partner, NEA; Harry Weller, General Partner, NEA; Steven Chen, Principal, Blue Venture Investors; and Aaron Higbee, Co-Founder and CTO, PhishMe.

I’m excited to have a Board of Directors comprised of such considerable cybersecurity and leadership talent, experience and insight to help us continue our trajectory of growth and innovation.

For more information about ThreatQuotients board, please visit our Board of Directors page.

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