[Mark's] knowledge, experience, and keen market insights will further our mission of helping organizations deal with the challenging work of closing the gap between threat detection and incident response.
AUSTIN, TX (PRWEB) May 18, 2015
Click Security, a leader in cyber threat investigation software, today announced Mark Graff has joined its Technical Advisory Board.
Graff is a seasoned Chief Information Security Officer, having served in that capacity at both NASDAQ and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Additionally, he founded and chaired the World Federation of Exchanges – the first international organization of executives responsible for the cyber safety of the world’s stock exchanges. He was named Internet Security Executive of the Year for the Northeast United States in 2014. Graff has lectured on cyber security and privacy before the American Academy for the Advancement of Science, the FCC, the Pentagon, the National Nuclear Security Administration, and many other U.S. national security facilities.
“We are very excited to have Mark involved with Click Security,” said Michael Crosno, CEO of Click Security. “His knowledge, experience, and keen market insights will further our mission of helping organizations deal with the challenging work of closing the gap between threat detection and incident response.”
“I find the solution approach Click Security is advocating to be very interesting – even unique – across the landscape of cyber security startups,” said Mark Graff, Founder and CEO of Tellagraff, LLC. “When you consider the number of zero-day vulnerabilities, the total number of breaches, and the staggering number of identities exposed in 2014 alone, it’s clear we need to step back and rethink the balance of spending across threat detection, investigation, and response. Click Security’s focus on making it easier for a larger number of IT practitioners to find, analyze and resolve cyber threat activity – where many organizations today struggle – is an area where disruption and innovation can actually move the needle.”