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ProtectWise Appoints Former Commander Of Army Cyber Command To Advisory Board

Lieutenant General Rhett A. Hernandez, U.S. Army (Retired) Named Company's First Strategic Advisor

DENVER, June 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ProtectWise, provider of the industry's first Cloud Network DVR for complete visibility and detection of enterprise threats and accelerated incident response, has appointed former Commander of Army Cyber Command, Lieutenant General (Ret.) Rhett A. Hernandez as the first member of its Advisory Board. The board will serve as a strategic resource for ProtectWise as it continues to innovate its Cloud Network DVR for enterprise security and increase its market penetration.

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"ProtectWise's cloud-based approach to network security is a game changer," said Lieutenant General (Ret.) Rhett A. Hernandez. "It's an incredible opportunity to be part of an effort that is truly re-imagining network security rather than just iterating on today's outdated and ineffective model."

Currently serving as the U.S. Military Academy Cyber Chair to the Army Cyber Institute, Hernandez retired from after 39 years of distinguished service in the United States Army.

His final active duty assignment was as the Commander of Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER). As ARCYBER's first commander, he stood up a global cyber-force that eventually totaled more than 17,000 personnel and directed the daily operations and defense of all Army networks with more than 1 million users. He also led the development of transformational concepts, plans and programs to increase the Army's ability to conduct land and cyber operations.

Prior to ARCYBER, General Hernandez served as the Deputy Chief of Staff, Army Operations, Chief, U.S. Military Training Mission,Saudi Arabia and Commanding General, Human Resources Command. In all three positions he led significant transformational efforts, and was involved in key issues and decisions at the highest levels. General Hernandez holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy, West Point, a Master of Science degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia and a Masters of National Security Strategy from the National War College where he was named a distinguished graduate.

"Our vision for the advisory board is to bring together the best minds from across the information security, national defense, and security end-users communities to continue to re-think and innovate how security is delivered," said Scott Chasin, co-founder and CEO, ProtectWise. "We're honored to have a person of Lieutenant General Hernandez's distinction and expertise as the first member of our advisory board."

ProtectWise will announce additional members of their Strategic Advisory Board in the coming weeks.

About ProtectWise
ProtectWise™ is disrupting the network security industry with its Cloud Network DVR, a virtual camera in the cloud that records everything on the network. The service allows security professionals to see threats in real time and continuously goes back in time to discover previously unknown threats automatically. By harnessing the power of the cloud, ProtectWise provides an integrated solution with complete visibility and detection of enterprise threats and accelerated incident response. The Cloud Network DVR delivers unique advantages over current network security solutions, including an unlimited retention window with full-fidelity forensic capacity, the industry's only automated smart retrospection, advanced security visualization, and the ease and cost-savings of an on-demand deployment model. 

Founded in April 2013, the company is based in Denver and led by a team of security and SaaS industry veterans from McAfee, IBM, Mandiant and Proofpoint. ProtectWise has raised more than $17 million in funding and was recently named to Network World's list of "10 Security Start-Ups to Watch." For more information, visit www.protectwise.com.

 

SOURCE ProtectWise

 

 

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