Arlington, VA (PRWEB) September 28, 2007
Cyveillance, the world leader in cyber intelligence, today announced that security management executive Richard Whitman has joined the company as vice president of sales. In this role, Whitman will leverage his experience in the security and intelligence fields to lead customer expansion, manage the current account base, and increase Cyveillance's presence in new industries.
"With his extensive experience in sales management and his deep knowledge of the cyber-security industry, Richard is a significant addition to the Cyveillance management team and will play a key role as we expand into new markets," said Panos Anastassiadis, CEO of Cyveillance. "Richard is a respected executive and his sales leadership will ensure that Cyveillance remains focused on our customers' needs."
Whitman comes to Cyveillance from SilentRunner, Computer Associates and Global Integrity. When SilentRunner, a leader in network security, was acquired by Computer Associates, Whitman stayed on as director of worldwide sales for the eTrust forensics brand, where he led the efforts to be a recognized leader in the network forensics market. Prior to his work at SilentRunner, Whitman served as senior vice president of sales and marketing at Global Integrity, helping to take the company through a successful acquisition by Predictive Systems of New York City.
Cyveillance, the world leader in cyber intelligence, provides an intelligence-led approach to security. Through continuous, comprehensive Internet monitoring and sophisticated intelligence analysis, Cyveillance proactively identifies and eliminates threats to information, infrastructure, individuals and their interactions, enabling its customers to preserve their reputation, revenues, and customer trust. Cyveillance serves the Global 2000 and OEM Data Partners - protecting the majority of the Fortune 50, regional financial institutions nationwide, and more than 30 million global consumers through its partnerships with security and service providers that include AOL and Microsoft. For more information, visit http://www.cyveillance.com.