Encryptics® Announces Board of Advisors, Paul Goldenberg to Serve as Chairman

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Encryptics® CEO, Brandon Hart, today announced the company’s Board of Advisors. Paul Goldenberg, a former highly decorated criminal justice executive and advisor in national security will serve as Chairman.

Paul Goldenberg, Chairman, Encryptics® Board of Advisors

"We are pleased to announce our founding Board of Advisors, and Paul Goldenberg as Chairman," said Encryptics CEO, Brandon Hart.

Encryptics® CEO, Brandon Hart, today announced the company’s Board of Advisors. Paul Goldenberg, a former highly decorated criminal justice executive and advisor in national security will serve as Chairman.

“We are pleased to announce our founding Board of Advisors, and Paul Goldenberg as Chairman,” Hart said. “Encryptics has reached out to various members of the business and government communities to leverage their knowledge and experience to help us develop and deliver the very best products in our industry. It’s exciting, and unusual, for a relatively new company to have such a prestigious group of thought leaders guiding us.”

The seven member Encryptics Board of Advisors is:
Chairman:
Paul G. Goldenberg, President/CEO, Cardinal Point Strategies
Board of Advisors:
Dr. Stockton Gaines, Founder and Executive Vice President, Acorn Technologies, Inc.
General Paul V. Hester, U.S. Air Force (Retired January 2008)
Jessica Herrera-Flanigan, Partner, Monument Policy Group
Robert P. Liscouski, Partner, Secure Strategy Group, LLC
Max E. Toy, Principal, Inforium Corporation, Strategic Consultant
Major General James L. Williams, USMC (retired August 2010)

Biographical Information

Paul G. Goldenberg, President/CEO, Cardinal Point Strategies
Mr. Goldenberg has built a distinguished career as a highly decorated criminal justice executive with extensive and broad-based experience in a wide variety of high profile and politically sensitive government and NGO environments. He is well known for his record of resolving high profile and confidential matters for governments and international human rights organizations.
In February 2010, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Janet Napolitano, appointed Mr. Goldenberg to the President’s Homeland Security Advisory Council’s Countering Violent Extremism Working Group.
In 2005, Mr. Goldenberg was instrumental in the design and development of the Secure Community Network, the first-ever faith-based homeland security information sharing center in the United States, and now serves as National Director representing 52 major religious organizations in the United States.
Mr. Goldenberg currently acts as senior advisor and director of Homeland Security for the County Executives of America. He has spoken globally on the subject of counter terrorism, extremism, and community conflict. Currently, Mr. Goldenberg acts as senior law enforcement policy advisor for many of the nation’s largest human rights organizations.
Throughout the 1980’s Mr. Goldenberg served as special agent in an undercover capacity as part of the elite and renowned South Florida Organized Crime Strike Force.

-Encryptics Board of Advisors, Paul Goldenberg, Chairman

Dr. Stockton Gaines, Founder and Executive Vice President of Acorn Technologies, Inc.

Dr. Gaines has over 40 years of experience in research, industry and investments. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Software.com and his expertise encompasses many areas of computer hardware, software, and electronics. In 1972, Dr. Gaines organized and chaired the first ever computer security conference.

General Paul V. Hester, U.S. Air Force (Retired January 2008)

General Paul Hester retired from the U.S. Air Force as the Commander of the Pacific Air Forces and Air Component Commander for U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii. As such his responsibilities covered over half the surface of the globe. During his 37 years of service, he served in senior staff positions in the Air Staff, the Joint Staff and on Capitol Hill. He Commanded at all levels in the Air Force from Squadron, Wing, Numbered Air Force and Air Force Special Operations Command. His flying assignments during his career were principally in fighter aircraft.    

Jessica Herrera-Flanigan, Partner, Monument Policy Group

Jessica Herrera-Flanigan is a currently a Partner at the Monument Policy Group in Washington, D.C., a government affairs and strategic consulting firm focusing on innovative companies and associations. She served as the Staff Director and General Counsel for the House Committee on Homeland Security and as Senior Counsel to the Computer Crime & IP Section at the Justice Department. Hispanic Business magazine has three times named her as one of the 100 Most Influential Hispanics in the U.S.

Robert P. Liscouski, Partner, Secure Strategy Group, LLC

Secure Strategy Group is a New York and Washington D.C. based investment bank dedicated to building leaders in the security and defense technology sectors. Prior to his tenure there, Liscouski was appointed by President George W. Bush as the first Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection with The Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Liscouski served as the Director for Information Assurance at The Coca-Cola Company and he was a board member of the Intelligence Science Board supporting the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the Director of National Intelligence for 12 years.

Max E. Toy, Principal, Inforium Corporation, Strategic Consultant

Max Toy has more than 25 years of leadership experience building/rebuilding global brands and developing top-tier companies. Currently a principal in Inforium Corporation, he helps companies achieve performance excellence via corporate strategy, brand position & building, financial planning, and executive team development. He has worked with major corporations such as Microsoft, IBM, Compaq, Pana-Pacific, Pepsi, and Digital Equipment.

Major General James L. Williams, USMC (retired August 2010)

Last assigned as the Commanding General, 4th Marine Division, from April 2007-April 2010, General Williams has served his country for more than 35 years. He has held major command and staff positions–both in and out of combat–throughout Asia, Europe, Central and South America, the Middle East, and Africa. During the Carter and Reagan Presidencies, from 1979-1981, Major General Williams served as one of the Military White House Aides to both Presidents.

About Encryptics
Encryptics is a cyber security company that secures digital content for the lifecycle of the document. The Encryptics solution values safe data delivery, author control, and user authentication. http://www.encryptics.com, call 877.454.7595, or support(at)encryptics(dot)com

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