Global technology solutions provider Netswitch launches product
to maximize network security for all businesses
In one of the worst security breaches in Internet history, hackers stole massive amounts of credit and debit card information from more than 40 million Target shoppers during the holiday season of 2013.
To combat such security threats, the global technology solutions provider Netswitch has launched a product that maximizes network security for all businesses, large and small. MADROC® (http://www.netswitch.net/
MADROC® controls and monitors a heterogeneous mix of IT technology from top to bottom at every touch-point, and is now in use in more than 2,500 client sites around the world.
Netswitch makes MADROC® available through a monthly subscription basis that includes all engineering, configuration, tuning, licenses and maintenance, along with a dedicated Security Operations Control Center providing support around the clock, with 15 minute response and immediate remediation.
“We experienced a week-long outage because of a network virus infection last year which cost us significant time and money to resolve. We chose MADROC® to ensure that our network will be secure and that we are protected from similar attacks in the future. Netswitch has been a trusted supplier of IT services for years. We love the way the MADROC® service is designed and we know we can always count on Netswitch for the smartest and most professionally responsive support.” — Pam Quilici, EVP Crouse and Associates, San Francisco
As Netswitch ramps up its MADROC® network to include Asia Pacific and Australia/New Zealand, the company has appointed to its board Ken Chrisman, the lead board member at the Doctors Company and former chief technology officer for both Wells Fargo and American Express.
Chrisman’s appointment adds expertise and connections in a number of areas to Netswitch’s board. In addition to his experience and credibility in building information technology systems in banking, credit card processing and health care — Chrisman’s current position with the Doctors Company will provide crucial insight into security issues related to medical patient records.
“Netswitch is applying technology to important security and social issues that I care deeply about,” said Chrisman. “This is an important opportunity to use technology to protect personal information and doctor/patient confidentiality. I believe MADROC® is poised to revolutionize the personal information security space with enhanced security protection through advanced behavioral analytics while leveraging the cloud to manage the massive data being generated by doctor and patient record keeping systems. I’m thrilled to be joining the Netswitch Board.”
Chrisman will join Steve King, another board member who is also the COO and investor in Netswitch and the creator of MADROC®. The Carmel Valley resident has an impressive resume as an entrepreneur (he also founded ManagedPay, acquired by IBM, and the Cambridge Systems Group, acquired by Computer Associates, and as an executive he ran Blackhawk Systems Group and Endymion Systems among other roles at large companies).
King says that Chrisman’s addition to the board will help Netswitch continue not only to build out MADROC® for health care providers, credit card processors and banking organizations — speeding up the pace of innovation in an area that has been traditionally slow — but also to help MADROC! expand to “adjacent”
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