RedSeal Receives 2017 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award

SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA RedSeal, the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform as a 2017 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award winner.

The Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award, presented by Cloud Computing magazine, recognizes companies in two distinct categories that have most effectively leveraged cloud computing in their efforts to bring new, differentiated offerings to market.

Cloud-Delivered Security

With the ever-increasing number of hacks and intrusions, ensuring security of our applications, services, data, and devices has never been more critical.  Exemplary security solutions leveraging the cloud as the delivery model have been recognized.

Cloud Security

For years, one of the chief causes of delay or even rejection of cloud migration has been security. Select products and services keeping cloud infrastructure and applications secure have also been presented with Cloud Security Excellence Awards.

The network modeling and risk scoring platform has been recognized in the cloud security category.

“It’s truly an honor to be recognized as a leader in cloud computing security by TMC,” said Ray Rothrock, CEO and chairman of RedSeal. “We are continuously expanding our product to address the significant challenges organizations face in managing security across their hybrid datacenters. RedSeal models cloud-based networks alone or as part of a complete network – in combination with virtual and on-premise networks. The information we provide is a foundation for enterprises to become more resilient to cyber events, which means they can quickly navigate through cyber incidents and rapidly rebound, minimizing impact on business performance.”

RedSeal’s security analytics platform builds an accurate, up-to-date model of an organization’s entire, as-built network to visualize access paths, prioritize what to fix, and target existing cybersecurity resources to protect your most valuable assets. With RedSeal’s Digital Resilience Score, decision makers can see the security status and benchmark progress toward digital resilience.

“Recognizing leaders in the advancement of cloud computing, TMC and Cloud Computing magazine are proud to announce RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform as a recipient of the Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “RedSeal is being honored for their achievement in bringing innovation and excellence to the market, while leveraging the latest technology trends.”

About RedSeal

RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides rich context, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure. Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.

About TMC
Global buyers rely on TMC’s content-driven marketplaces to make purchase decisions and navigate markets. This presents branding, thought leadership and lead generation opportunities for vendors/sellers.

 

RedSeal To Be Mega Sponsor at Splunk .conf2017 Showcasing RedSeal Adaptive Response App for Incident Response

Sunnyvale, Calif. – RedSeal, a leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, today announced it is a Mega sponsor of .conf2017: The 8th Annual Splunk Conference.  At booth M38, RedSeal will demonstrate how its network modeling and risk platform integrates with Splunk Enterprise Security (ES) to greatly accelerate incident investigation and containment. RedSeal became a member of the Splunk Adaptive Response Initiative in February 2017 and the RedSeal Adaptive Response App for Incident Response is currently available on Splunkbase.

“We made the decision to be a Mega sponsor of .conf two years in a row to reinforce the importance of integrating network context with existing security applications,” said CEO and Chairman of RedSeal Ray Rothrock. “The integration of  RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform with Splunk’s analytics-driven security platform provides security professionals with real-time visibility into the blast radius, potential attack paths and associated at-risk assets for an Indicator of Compromise.”

RedSeal’s Vice President of Product Management, Kurt Van Etten, will present a session titled Accelerate Incident Investigation with RedSeal and Splunk Adaptive Response Actions at .conf2017 on Thursday, September 28th. During the session, attendees will learn how RedSeal’s integration with Splunk ES leverages  the Splunk Adaptive Response framework to provide immediate answers to the following investigation-relevant questions:

  • What is the compromised device? Where is it physically and logically located?
  • What other critical assets can the threat access?
  • Can an untrusted network reach the compromised device?
  • What are the exact firewalls and rules you must modify to contain the threat?

.conf2017 will feature more than 200 technical sessions, including more than 80 customer presentations, and is expected to attract IT, security and business professionals from across the globe who know the value of their data. The conference will be held September 25-28, in Washington, DC at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, with three days of optional education classes through Splunk University, September 23-25, 2017.

.conf2017 attendees will learn how to gain Operational Intelligence from machine-generated data by improving customer experience and service delivery, enhancing IT performance, shipping better code faster, providing timely business insights or reaching new levels of security in their organization. With 85 of the Fortune 100 in attendance, it’s the best place to learn how leading companies are using Splunk. Attendees will share best practices, discover new features and ways to implement Splunk software to gain insights from their data. Register for .conf2017. At the conference, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter  or follow the conference itself @splunkconf (all conversations tagged #splunkconf17).

About RedSeal

RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides rich context, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure. Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.

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Cybersecurity Veteran Gord Boyce Joins RedSeal to Lead Commercial Business Unit

Former ForeScout CEO will Oversee Strategic Growth and Address Increasing Demand from Global 2000 Companies for Digital Resilience

SUNNYVALE, Calif. – August 23, 2017 – Today RedSeal, the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, announced that Gord Boyce joined the company as Senior Vice President of a newly formed business unit to address demand in the commercial market. Boyce will lead a team of global sales, customer engineering and professional service resources, focused on driving adoption of RedSeal’s award-winning digital resilience platform.

“Gord rounds out our leadership bench with deep cyber industry expertise, and a tremendous track-record in sales,” said Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO of RedSeal. “He understands the unique challenges of the high-growth security landscape, and we are thrilled to have his experience delivering enterprise-class platform value to the Global 2000.”

Boyce, a high-tech veteran, brings nearly 25 years of cyber industry experience to RedSeal. As CEO of ForeScout Technologies, he led the company to a global leadership position in the network access control (NAC) market. Prior to ForeScout, Boyce held several senior management positions within Nokia’s Internet Communications and Enterprise Solutions business groups.

“I’ve followed RedSeal’s growth for some time, and am excited to join this visionary company, and help enterprises around the world elevate their cyber security strategy”, said Gord Boyce. “Prevention and detection solutions are necessary, but clearly not sufficient. The RedSeal platform delivers what security and network teams – and their executives– needed yesterday: resilience and continuity.”

RedSeal – one of Red Herring’s Top 100 Global Companies for two consecutive years – posted more than 40 percent year-over-year growth in 2016,and CSO Online recently recognized its digital resilience platform as the top security tool in network security for 2017.

Boyce will be based in the company’s headquarters in Sunnyvale, Calif.

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About RedSeal

RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides rich context, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure. Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.

RedSeal Further Expands Its Hybrid Datacenter Modeling Capability with Seamless Integration with Cisco ACI

Security teams will gain holistic view of their entire network and boost productivity

SUNNYVALE, Calif. –  Today RedSeal increased its capabilities for modeling complex networks by adding a new integration with Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI). The integration between RedSeal’s network modeling and risk-scoring platform and Cisco ACI expands customers’ ability to create one, unified model of their hybrid datacenters —including devices that are on-premise, virtualized, and/or in a public cloud — and to conduct queries across all of these environments.

The digital infrastructure of today’s modern enterprise includes a complex array of on-premise, cloud and virtualized networks, which are constantly changing, making a complete and detailed understanding of the current state of a network a time-consuming and complex task. RedSeal’s ability to model complete hybrid datacenters – including software-defined networks (SDNs) in VMWare NSX and now Cisco ACI, as well as previously announced enhanced modeling of Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) – gives customers a comprehensive view of their entire as-built network.

The Cisco ACI integration builds on RedSeal’s ability to provide critical visibility into access controls for these hybrid datacenter environments, as well as alert users to violations of customized policies they have established for their organizations. This capability also helps security teams be more productive by allowing them to quickly and accurately model devices and associated policies within the Cisco ACI fabric.

“Enterprise security teams are struggling, as they’re understaffed and under pressure. When it comes to understanding network access across and within all of their network fabrics, they’re in the dark,” said Kurt Van Etten, product VP at RedSeal. “They need a holistic view of their network that’s deeply integrated with their current security solutions. The integration of Cisco’s ACI fabric with the RedSeal platform provides this visibility, giving enterprise security teams much needed context for prioritizing vulnerabilities, accelerating incident response, managing compliance, and improving the overall resilience of their infrastructure.”

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About RedSeal
RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides rich context, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure.  Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams.  Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.

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RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock to Lead Cybersecurity Panel at Milken Institute Global Conference

Rothrock and Cybersecurity Experts to Discuss the Value of a Digital Resilience Strategy to Combat Cyber Attacks

WHAT:  The 20th Annual Milken Institute Global Conference convenes more than 4,000 influential leaders from 50 countries, to tackle the world’s most stubborn challenges, including cybercrime. Recent breaches have ranged from corporate theft to hacks allegedly carried out to influence the outcome of elections. A recent study from Cybersecurity Ventures predicts the global cost of cybercrime will grow from $3 trillion in 2015 to $6 trillion by 2021.

In this panel, titled “My Organization Has Been Hacked! Now What?”, cybersecurity experts will explore the value of a digital resilience strategy, and how it plays an important role for companies before and after they encounter a cyber attack. The panelists will address how the private and public sectors can be more effective in combatting hackers across national borders, as well as what companies can do to minimize the damage when a breach does take place.

WHO: The panel will be moderated by Ray Rothrock, Chairman and CEO of RedSeal, who recently discussed the C-Suite’s trouble assessing cyber risk with Jim Cramer on CNBC’s Mad Money. A thought leader in cybersecurity, Rothrock participated in the White House CyberSecurity Summit held at Stanford University in February 2015.

 Panelists:

  • Heather Adkins, Director, Information Security and Policy at Google
  • Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder and CTO, CrowdStrike Inc.
  • Daniel Ennis, CEO, DRE Consulting; Exec. Director, Global Cyber Security Initiative, Univ. of Maryland, Former NSA Director, Cyber Threat Operations Center
  • Siobhan MacDermott, SVP Executive, Global Cyber Public Policy, Bank of America; Global Fellow, Geneva Center for Security Policy

WHEN: Monday, May 1, 2017, 10:45 AM-11:45 AM

WHERE: The Beverly Hilton, 9876 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

RedSeal Recognized as 2017 Bay Area Best Place To Work

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — April 19, 2017 — RedSeal (redseal.net), the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, has been recognized as a winner of the 2017 Bay Area Best Places To Work, an awards program presented by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Select employers from the Bay Area were named winners of the awards program, held on April 18, 2017. These winning organizations were honored for having created exceptional workplaces that their employees value highly.

Award applicants were evaluated and ranked across five categories according to the number of Bay Area employees.  The ranking found companies in the region whose employees rate them as the highest on such values as fun, collaborative culture, solid compensation and benefits offerings and other amenities as well as management practices.  The rankings were unveiled on April 18, 2017 at the awards program.

“It’s an incredible honor to be named a best place to work in the San Francisco Bay Area, especially because this distinction results directly from employee feedback,” said Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO at RedSeal. “We strive to create the best possible work environment so our team members can flourish and continue to advance our industry-leading network modeling and risk scoring platform.”

RedSeal is hiring! Visit our Careers page for current opportunities.

RedSeal CEO Ray Rothrock Says Academic Incubators Help Hone Great Ideas and Leaders at SXSW Panel

As VC, Rothrock Backed Mark43 at Harvard’s iLab

Sunnyvale, Calif.– Today RedSeal (www.redseal.net) CEO Ray Rothrock joined Michael K. Young, President of Texas A&M University, and Jodi Goldstein, Managing Director of the Harvard Innovation Lab at Harvard University, for a panel discussion on academic incubators at South by Southwest (SXSW).

Rothrock, a former managing partner at Venrock, the investment arm of the Rockefeller family, shared his experience working with the academic incubator Harvard Innovation Lab. Rothrock held office hours at Harvard’s iLab, and met with students from Harvard College, Harvard Business School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He listened to ideas, made some investments, assisted students with business plans and pitches, and even connected students with other investors who might have an interest in their business ideas.

“I invested in three ideas during my time at iLab. One of my investments was Mark43. The team consisted of three graduating seniors from Harvard’s Electrical Engineering program who had a law enforcement idea; traditionally a difficult area for VC money. They graduated, honed the software, and today it is a fast growing company based in NYC,” said Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO of RedSeal. “They probably could have been successful without me, but the networking and support from the iLab was tremendous.”

Rothrock said “successful academic incubators are more than just bricks and mortar, but places where ideas come at a fast rate, and  get honed and vetted through a large number of smart, interested, involved people.”  According to Rothrock “just a few great deals start in incubators, but the people who start great companies often pass through an incubator along the way.”

The significance of building a cyber incubator to explore solutions and capabilities was also discussed by Rothrock during the panel discussion.

“Cyber requires not only deep skills and knowledge about networks, but also social engineering and psychology. Those skills are usually not found in one person, so it’s essential for teams to form in order for these successful ideas to mature. A cyber incubator would provide a space for multidisciplinary teams to refine these ideas,” said Rothrock.

The panel discussion explored how academic incubators are helping universities and colleges to become more competitive and attractive, and therefore better able to retain talented students and faculty. The South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference & Festivals celebrates the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries.

RedSeal Joins Splunk Adaptive Response Initiative at RSA 2017

RedSeal and Splunk Combine Forces to Deliver Automated and Continuous Response, Optimize Analytics-Driven Security and Improve Operational Efficiency

SUNNYVALE, Calif. & SAN FRANCISCO – RedSeal, the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, and Splunk Inc., provider of the leading software platform for real-time Operational Intelligence, today announced that RedSeal has joined the Splunk® Adaptive Response Initiative. Powered by a growing list of leading cybersecurity technology vendors, Adaptive Response is a best-of-breed security initiative that leverages end-to-end context and continuous response to improve security operations with an adaptive security architecture. The announcement was made at the 2017 RSA Security Conference.

Following its unveiling at the 2016 RSA Security Conference, the Adaptive Response Initiative now includes over 20 participating vendors as members. With this extensive network, organizations can use Splunk Adaptive Response to further interact with data, extract and share new insights, gain more context and invoke actions across key security and IT domains. Ultimately, this allows customers to detect threats faster, make analytics-driven decisions and improve operational efficiencies within their Security Operations Center (SOC).

“Our increasingly digital world underscores the need for enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions. Improved security posture and accelerated incident recovery are central to achieving this goal,” said Ray Rothrock, CEO of RedSeal. “By combining Splunk’s centrally positioned analytics-driven security platform with RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform, we are thrilled to help security professionals around the world gather even more context to detect threats quicker and deliver a more automated and continuous response against advanced attackers.”

While many organizations employ a layered, multi-vendor approach to security, most individual solutions are not designed to work together outside of the box. Splunk Enterprise Security (Splunk ES), working in conjunction with technologies like RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform, extends analytics-driven decision-making and improves detection, investigation and remediation times by centrally automating retrieval, sharing and response.

“We created the Adaptive Response Initiative so organizations could efficiently combat advanced attacks while utilizing their existing security architectures. Members like RedSeal are key to the success of Adaptive Response,” said Haiyan Song, senior vice president of security markets, Splunk. “Together we will solve this very challenging problem facing every enterprise.”

 

About RedSeal

RedSeal puts power in decision makers’ hands with the essential network modeling and risk scoring platform for building digitally resilient organizations. RedSeal’s Digital Resilience Score, modeled after a creditworthiness score, measures how prepared an organization is to respond to an incident and quickly rebound. The company’s platform adds value to existing network devices by working with them and building a network model. With this, customers can improve their security posture, accelerate incident response, and improve the productivity of their network and security teams. RedSeal’s customers are Global 2000 corporations and government agencies that depend on the most sophisticated security. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif. and serves customers globally through a direct sales and channel partner network.

RedSeal Extends Digital Resilience Platform Across Network Environments, Improves Security and Network Teams’ Productivity with New Integrations

Expedites Analysis with Seamless Integration into Network Security Products from Splunk, Rapid7 and ForeScout

 SUNNYVALE, Calif. –  Today RedSeal (www.redseal.net) announced enhancements and new integrations for its market leading network modeling and risk scoring platform. The enhancements will give RedSeal users a single, comprehensive understanding of network security across their datacenter, cloud and software-defined networks.

The enhancements also help security teams be more productive despite ever-increasing demands by delivering actionable intelligence from RedSeal’s network modeling platform directly into Splunk’s Enterprise Security SIEM, Rapid7’s Nexpose vulnerability management software, and ForeScout’s CounterACT.

“Enterprises today have complex network infrastructures with many point product security solutions,” said Ray Rothrock, chairman and CEO of RedSeal. “To improve their resilience in the face of inevitable attacks, they need a holistic view of their network that’s deeply integrated with their current security solutions.”

Platform Enhancements

The digital infrastructures for nearly all Global 2000 companies include on-premise, cloud and virtualized networks. The resulting networks are large, complex, and constantly changing, making a complete and detailed understanding of the current state of a network very difficult. To address this, RedSeal can now model complete networks – including software-defined networks (SDNs) in VMWare NSX and enhanced modeling of Amazon Web Services Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs).

RedSeal provides critical visibility into access controls for these SDN environments, and alerts users to violations of customized policies they’ve established for their organizations.

Expanded Integrations with Splunk, Rapid7 and ForeScout

To streamline security teams’ efforts, and further improve network security, RedSeal now integrates into the user interfaces of Splunk’s Enterprise Security SIEM, Rapid7’s Nexpose vulnerability management software, and ForeScout’s CounterACT.

This improves the efficacy of each of these products, giving their users unprecedented network context within the tools, and in the format, they’re already using. Specifically:

  • Integration with Splunk’s Enterprise Security SIEM accelerates incident response efforts. RedSeal provides the SIEM with critical network context and identifies access paths to and from Indicators of Compromise (IOC) leading to other critical assets.
  • Integration with Rapid7’s Nexpose vulnerability management software identifies gaps in vulnerability scan coverage.
  • Integration with ForeScout’s CounterACT prioritizes hosts in terms of actual risk so appropriate action can be taken.

“Customers tell us that RedSeal’s unique information adds value to a number of their security functions,” said Rothrock. “Now they can get this information without having to open and learn another product. These apps give our customers even more productivity and efficiency, accelerating their ability to identify and respond to problems.”

To learn more, visit RedSeal Integration Apps.

About RedSeal

RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides actionable intelligence, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure. Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.

RedSeal Reaches Profitability in 2016 with Strong Year-Over-Year Growth

Network Modeling and Risk Scoring Company More Than Doubles Q4 Revenue
as Demand for Digital Resiliency Increases

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — RedSeal (redseal.net), the leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring, today announced its 2016 bookings were up 45 percent compared to the previous year, and the company was cash flow positive nearly $5 million in the fourth quarter alone.

Demand for RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is steadily growing as security teams seek to combat cyber attacks by gaining a comprehensive understanding of network security across their datacenter, cloud, and software-defined networks.

“It’s not a question of if an organization will suffer a security breach, but when,” said Ray Rothrock, CEO of RedSeal. “That’s why digital resiliency has become a critical part of any effective cyber defense strategy. To minimize harm and loss, organizations must be able to operate through impairment and rebound quickly. To do that, they need a network modeling and risk scoring platform that puts decision-making power right in their hands.”

Highlights of RedSeal’s fourth quarter performance include a 113% overall increase in bookings, a 25% jump in commercial bookings, and a 105% increase in revenue over the same period in 2015. New business in the fourth quarter was up 139% and expansions increased by 123% compared to Q4 of 2015. This includes the close of a $31 million multi-year contract—the largest subscription deal in its history. Additionally, gross margins climbed to 86% in fiscal year 2016, up from 77% the previous year.

RedSeal’s proven network modeling and risk scoring platform has been implemented by over 40 government agencies and hundreds of commercial enterprises. Overall, RedSeal acquired 52 new customers in 2016 from across government agencies and commercial sectors, including a range of technology, professional services, retail, and financial services companies.

One of the newest customers is the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), which signed a multi-year license for RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform. DISA is providing RedSeal’s platform to all U.S. Army networks, USAF boundaries networks, and several other DISA networks. The contract is a strong reflection of RedSeal’s ability to streamline the efforts of security teams and further improve network security via the company’s market leading network modeling and risk scoring platform.

On the international front, RedSeal grew its global presence in 2016, opening new offices in Japan and Canada, and accelerating its traction around the world. Overall, the company has increased headcount by 43% percent since the beginning of 2016.

The momentum continued as RedSeal rounded out its management team in 2016 with the addition of Julie Parrish as Chief Marketing Officer and Nash Kapoor as Regional Vice President for EMEA. Parrish is leading the company’s global effort to position RedSeal as the thought leader in digital resilience and further drive demand for the company’s network modeling and risk scoring platform. Kapoor brings over 15 year of experience as an IT sales professional and manager to RedSeal with a proven track record of overachievement in new business sales. His tenure includes roles at IKON, Dell, Symantec, and most recently Varonis.

 

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About RedSeal

RedSeal’s network modeling and risk scoring platform is the foundation for enabling enterprise networks to be resilient to cyber events and network interruptions in an increasingly digital world. RedSeal helps customers understand their network from the inside, out – and provides actionable intelligence, situational awareness and a Digital Resilience Score to help enterprises measure and ultimately build greater resilience into their infrastructure. Government agencies and Global 2000 companies around the world rely on RedSeal to help them improve their overall security posture, accelerate incident response and increase the productivity of their security and network teams. Founded in 2004, RedSeal is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California and serves customers globally through a direct and channel partner network.