Rockville, Maryland (PRWEB) April 27, 2015
Rsignia Inc. announced today the opening of a new satellite lab and office in the Griffiss Institute in Rome, New York. The newest facility was founded to better support Rsignia’s growing relationship with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), as well as its close relationship with the Griffiss Institute.
The new office and lab will be led by Dr. Joshua White, the Executive VP of Engineering and Chief Scientist for Rsignia. Dr. White has worked as a federal and state contractor under multiple agency contracts for the past 15 years, primarily in the areas of high-speed network analysis, large dataset processing, and high performance computing.
“By establishing an official presence in Rome, we will be better positioned to collaborate with the Air Force on a number of measures in the field of cyber security,” says Dr. White. “We see this as an expansion of Rsignia’s Innovation Lab Division which seeks to not only address the cyber security threats of today, but also future network security issues.”
About Rsignia Inc: Rsignia is a leading provider of cyber security solutions and services, to include detection, mitigation, countermeasures, and forensics. In support of National Cyber Security Initiatives, Rsignia is developing some of the most innovative next generation cyber and forward thinking capabilities available to the marketplace today. As a mission and engineering-driven company, our main goal is to provide purpose-built cyber security solutions that proactively defend against potential threats and provide maximum data and network security to address those threats. The unique combination of thought-leaders from disciplines such as engineering, physical science, social science, and computer science make Rsignia's ideas and technology the best-of-breed in the cyber arena. For more information, please visit http://www.rsignia.com or e-mail PRcontact(at)rsignia(dot)com.