Armored Things Adds Chief Security Officer

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Armored Things Co-Founder and CEO Charles Curran announces Elizabeth Carter as Chief Security Officer.

Charles Curran, Co-Founder and CEO, welcomes Elizabeth Carter: "given her experience that bridges the gap between physical and cyber security, she is uniquely qualified to help our clients leverage technology to reduce risks and respond more quickly and effectively to emergencies".

Armored Things Co-Founder and CEO Charles Curran is delighted to announce Elizabeth Carter has joined the firm as Chief Security Officer.

Carter is a specialist in threat and risk assessment, crisis management and response and emergency program management. She will work with Armored Things customers to bridge the gap between cyber security and physical security through the Company’s software that protects large public and private facilities and venues against risks and threats.

Prior to joining Armored Things, Carter led crisis management for the Americas at Apple Inc., where she was responsible for responding to incidents and protecting the company’s operations, personnel and facilities throughout North and South America.

Her experience also includes Senior Director with The Chertoff Group in Washington, DC, where she worked with public and private sector clients on issues related to counterterrorism, cyber security, crisis management, health preparedness and infrastructure protection.

She previously served as Plan Manager, Weapons of Mass Destruction, with New York City Emergency Management.

Curran welcomed Carter to the firm, saying, “Elizabeth has been a friend and trusted colleague for years, and our team couldn’t be more thrilled to have her aboard. Given her experience that bridges the gap between physical and cyber security, she is uniquely qualified to help our clients leverage technology to reduce risks and respond more quickly and effectively to emergencies.”

About: Armored Things serves a variety of clients by helping them save time, money and lives using technology to protect large public and private business, educational and sports venues against cyber and physical threats, including hackers and terrorist attacks. Armored Things is currently working with several large universities and sports facilities to help them achieve faster and safer response to emergencies of all kinds.

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