ThreatQuotient CEO John Czupak Joined Governor McAuliffe and Secretary of Technology Jackson for Cyber Security Entrepreneurship Roundtable
RESTON, VA – July 25, 2016 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading provider of enterprise-class threat intelligence platforms, today announced that John Czupak, President and CEO, participated in an invitation-only cyber security entrepreneurship roundtable on Thursday, July 21, with Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson. The roundtable, which focused on discussing the opportunities for supporting the growth of innovative companies and further establishing Virginia as the cyber security capital of the nation, was hosted by New Richmond Ventures.
Key state and corporate leaders, universities, and investors gathered to discuss advancing cyber security entrepreneurship in the new Virginia economy. The governor has pushed for Virginia to emerge as the nation’s leader in cyber security and this roundtable brought together the best and brightest to ensure Virginia companies continue to succeed and remain on the cutting-edge of cyber security innovation. Mr. Czupak shared his unique perspectives and best practices for raising capital and creating and maintaining successful cyber security companies.
“Thursday’s discussion was a great testament to Virginia’s growth as a hub of innovation and cyber security,” said John Czupak, ThreatQuotient CEO. “Leaders from across all industries were present demonstrating a true commitment to helping drive the development of talent and provide support to startup initiatives for the cyber security field; and ThreatQuotient is proud of play a role in ushering forward Virginia’s expansion of innovation.”
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