SOURCE: Vaultive


July 15, 2014 09:00 ET

Vaultive Strengthens Leadership Team With Appointments to Board of Directors, Advisory Board

SecurityStarfish and Sallie Mae Executives Bring Cyber Threat Intelligence and Financial Security Expertise to Cloud Control Platform

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jul 15, 2014) -  Vaultive today announced additions to the company's Board of Directors and Advisory Board. Dave Cullinane, CEO of SecurityStarfish, is joining the Board of Directors and Jerry Archer, chief security officer for Sallie Mae, is joining the Advisory Board to further strengthen Vaultive's security leadership.

Vaultive's encryption in use platform is used by customers to protect data across the entire data lifecycle: in transit, at rest and in use. The new additions will help steer the company as it executes its vision of enabling organizations to maintain ownership and control of data sent to the cloud.

Elad Yoran, CEO of Vaultive, noted, "As recognized leaders in the security industry, and pioneers in cloud security, Dave Cullinane and Jerry Archer bring with them unmatched experience that will help Vaultive grow. As the market wrestles with policy, control and compliance issues that will permanently alter the security and privacy landscape of cloud computing, Vaultive is proud to add these two luminaries to its Board of Directors and Advisory Board."

Prior to founding SecurityStarfish, Dave Cullinane served as a vice president and chief information security officer (CISO) for eBay, where he was responsible for global fraud, risk and security strategy, and for programs that provided security for eBay and its many global businesses, including StubHub, and GSI Commerce. As senior vice president and chief security officer for Sallie Mae, Jerry Archer is responsible for securing and protecting all of Sallie Mae's systems and offerings, and for security initiatives across the company. Prior to Sallie Mae, Jerry was the chief information security officer at Intuit.

"Vaultive provides a critical element that many organizations don't even realize they need -- ownership of their data," said Dave Cullinane. "Vaultive's approach goes far beyond security to ensure that organizations maintain control of the data that is rightfully theirs, regardless of where it resides. This has emerged as a fundamental best practice for organizations sending data to the cloud, and Vaultive is ahead of the pack helping customers do this."

"Vaultive's encryption in use platform has become the gold standard for financial services organizations looking to move their business to the cloud while securing company and customer data," said Jerry Archer. "The leadership team at Vaultive has a deep and sophisticated understanding of the issues affecting organizations that want to achieve the benefits of cloud computing without sacrificing sovereignty over their data, and the tools to help organizations make it a reality. I look forward to working with the leadership team in my role on the Advisory Board."

About Vaultive
For businesses moving to the cloud, Vaultive's encryption-in-use technology mitigates risk by empowering companies with control and ownership of their data wherever it resides. Vaultive's customers hold the encryption keys, letting them retain the freedom to use the cloud applications professionals rely on, while ensuring the governance and security that the business demands. Optimized for Microsoft® Office 365 and integrated with major cloud applications, the Vaultive platform supports best practices for the control and ownership of corporate data in the cloud as outlined by the Cloud Security Alliance. Vaultive addresses the requirements of global enterprises in financial services, life sciences and pharma, legal and professional services, manufacturing, retail and media, while also offering a cost-effective solution for mid-size and smaller companies. For more information, visit or follow us on Twitter.

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