The GV-2010 is one of those game changing products as it fills a gaping hole in our enterprise security architecture. It’s ingenious, intuitive and effective. Keith R. Hacke Director, Advanced Technology Group Saint Louis University
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) September 4, 2010
Global Velocity Inc., a company that has developed the first hardware-accelerated content inspection solution, has been selected to introduce its innovative security technology during the Security Innovation Network™ (SINET) Showcase 2010 on October 27 in Washington, D.C. SINET, an organization focused on advancing Cybersecurity innovation through public-private collaboration, offered early-stage and emerging growth companies an opportunity to apply to present their Cybersecurity solutions at the SINET Showcase.
More than 130 companies applied to address leaders in Cybersecurity during the SINET Showcase and Global Velocity was one of only twenty promising security solutions providers chosen. The companies went through a two-step evaluation and selection process conducted by a committee of prominent technology industry leaders. Global Velocity will present for nine minutes on October 27 to an audience of representatives from the Federal government, private industry, system integration, research institutions, venture capital and investment banking communities. Global Velocity will also be featured at an exhibit station throughout the day.
“The quality of the responding companies to our Call for Presentations was exceptional, which made the selection of only twenty very challenging for the selection committee. We are confident that by raising awareness of Global Velocity and the other 19 companies, they will have a significant impact on our high-level audience at SINET Showcase. Our goal is to help match these ‘best of class’ companies with the security needs of the Federal civilian, defense and intelligence agencies and the commercial sector ,” said Robert Rodriguez, Chairman and Founder of SINET.
To learn more and to register for the SINET Showcase on October 27 and the half-day SINET Workshop on October 26, go to http://www.security-innovation.org/showcase.htm. The SNET Showcase and Workshop are being held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The SINET is offering an early-bird discount rate for attendees who register by September 10, 2010. The SINET Showcase and Workshops are supported by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Science & Technology and public and private sponsorships.
About the Security Innovation Network™ (SINET)
The Security Innovation Network was created to increase collaboration between public and private sectors in the U.S. with the goal of accelerating innovation in security technology, practices and implementation. The SINET, founded by former Secret Service Agent Robert Rodriguez, focuses on advancing IT security innovation by promoting opportunities for collaboration between federal agencies, system integrators, innovators, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, academics and scientists. To learn more about the Security Innovation Network, go to http://www.security-innovation.org.
About Global Velocity
It is a given that even with the incredible strides we have taken around availability and resilience of our systems and networks, disruptions will occur, systems will be compromised, and secured environments and/or information will be made vulnerable. Too many cyber attackers, social engineers and inattentive employees are ready to turn your greatest assets into potential liabilities.
With speed, scale, and simplicity, Global Velocity helps you minimize your exposure by controlling private information as it moves across your network. Our groundbreaking solutions keep your network secure and provide a future pathway to unified threat management.
Global Velocity’s hardware-based solutions are simple to deploy and easy to manage. They provide effective and cost-efficient methods for managing outbound content compliance while delivering carrier-grade speeds up to 10 Gbps. Those advantages make our solutions ideally suited for monitoring and controlling applications, and the content they carry, even on today’s fastest networks.
Contacts: Tom Foster, tfoster(at)globalvelocity(dot)com, (770) 329-3010
Catherine Kaliniak, ckaliniak(at)security-innovation(dot)org, (703) 917-9237