SOURCE: RedSeal.co

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February 12, 2015 12:50 ET

RedSeal Joins White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University

Chairman and CEO Ray Rothrock Invited to Participate in Panel Focused on Public-Private Collaboration

SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 12, 2015) - RedSeal (redseal.co), the end-to-end provider of network visibility and intelligence to evaluate and strengthen network defenses, today announced that the company will participate in the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford University on February 13, 2015. The event brings together a wide range of industry visionaries and advocates to explore ideas and partnerships that can enhance cybersecurity. Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO at RedSeal, has been invited to join a morning panel focused on public-private collaboration.

"Cybersecurity is an issue of the utmost importance for governments and businesses around the world, and I am privileged to contribute to this vital dialog," Mr. Rothrock noted. "We also applaud the President for hosting this event at Stanford University in the heart of Silicon Valley -- this is home base for much security innovation, and it's where many solutions are likely to come from. Our mission at RedSeal has always been to stay ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external attack path to the most valuable network assets, and that's the approach we advocate on every front." 

About the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection

The Summit will bring together leaders from across the country who have a stake in this issue -- industry, tech companies, law enforcement, consumer and privacy advocates, law professors who specialize in this field, and students -- to collaborate and explore partnerships that will help develop the best ways to bolster our cybersecurity. From increasing cybersecurity information sharing to improving adoption of more secure payment technologies, here's a look at the topics that panels at the Summit will address:

  • Public-Private Collaboration on Cybersecurity
  • Improving Cybersecurity Practices at Consumer-Oriented Businesses and Organizations
  • Promoting More Secure Payment Technologies
  • Cybersecurity Information Sharing
  • International Law Enforcement Cooperation on Cybersecurity
  • Improving Authentication: Moving Beyond the Password
  • Chief Security Officers' Perspectives: New Ideas on Technical Security

About RedSeal (redseal.co)
RedSeal enables Global 2000 organizations to proactively defend their critical digital infrastructures and fix the most critical vulnerabilities first. Customers get ahead of cyber security threats through complex, patented algorithms that visually reveal every possible internal and external "attack path" criminals can take in order to gain access to their most valuable digital assets. RedSeal is increasingly being leveraged as the most strategic security asset in an organization's arsenal. Many of the largest government and critical infrastructure agencies and organizations, as well as financial and insurance institutions and more, have "RedSealed" their networks. These include the US Army, USPS, FAA, Global Payments, Charles Schwab, PG&E, Austin Energy, Apple and Cisco. RedSeal also partners with top security companies to ensure customers' security investments are protected and working optimally. Visit redseal.co or call 1-888.845.8169 for more information.

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