January 06, 2010 22:33 ET

NeuralIQ Names Craig Husa CEO

Veteran Technology Executive and Entrepreneur to Lead Network Security Company

KIRKLAND, WA--(Marketwire - January 6, 2010) - NeuralIQ, the only provider of real-time network intrusion forensics, announced Craig Husa will immediately assume the position of President and Chief Executive Officer.

"I'm excited about NeuralIQ and the breakthrough technology we've developed for protecting vital digital assets," Husa said. "The network security landscape has changed dramatically recently and I believe NeuralIQ is positioned for strong growth as a result."

Husa most recently served as President and CEO of General Software, a developer of embedded firmware that was acquired by Phoenix Technologies in 2008. Earlier, Husa led Healia to an acquisition by Meredith Corporation, a $1.6 billion publisher of print and online properties. Husa was a co-founder and Senior VP of CourtLink, which was sold to LexisNexis in 2001.

"Craig has start-up experience, growth experience and three acquisitions under his belt," said Matthew Bergman, Chairman of the NeuralIQ Board. "He's a solid tech executive with a stellar track record. We're very pleased to bring him on board."

About NeuralIQ

NeuralIQ provides real-time intrusion forensics for Windows and Linux networks. Rooted in honeynet methodologies, NeuralIQ's Event Horizon network security appliance mirrors production networks with undetectable, secure clones to trap intruders and let network managers understand threats as they happen. NeuralIQ has offices in Kirkland, Wash., Alexandria, Va., and Santa Monica, Calif. For more information, visit

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