Experts Join Core Security Technologies Advisory Board

Melissa Hathaway

Core Secure Technologies announced that Melissa Hathaway, Roland Cloutier and John Stewart have joined their advisory board, which will help guide company strategy, product plans and vulnerability research. Core Secure Technologies is the provider of CORE IMPACT Pro, a comprehensive tool for proactive enterprise security testing.

As founding members of the advisory board, the three experts will play a leading role in Core Secure Technologies’ future goals and direction.

Cloutier currently serves as the Vice President, Chief Security Officer, ADP Corp. He has years of experience in industry and served close to ten years in federal law enforcement.

“The complexities of protecting today’s technology platforms that ensure the world’s way of life have never been greater or more challenging,” said Cloutier. “Core continues to develop and deliver innovative, market-leading security assurance platforms that enable practitioners around the globe to successfully affect their missions. I’m also very excited to work with two of the world’s most incredible security thought leaders in advising Core and pioneering the future of advanced security technologies.”

Hathaway is the president of Hathaway Global Strategies and is the former Acting Senior Director for Cyberspace for the National Security and Homeland Security Councils.

“I’m excited to join my esteemed colleagues in advising Core Security Technologies, as the leading provider of vulnerability validation and certification, I believe that Core can provide private and public sector enterprises with actionable data to mitigate risk from cyber criminals, spies, and miscreants,” Hathaway said. “Core’s leadership is committed to advancing technologies to bring greater security to our critical infrastructures.”

Stewart is the Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Cisco. He has held a number of positions in industry and contributed to the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency.

“The security industry needs creative thinking, proof that efforts we undertake are making a difference, and a willingness to challenge ourselves before our adversaries do,” Stewart said. “Core’s leadership to date in these arenas, combined with its future product and service roadmap, give it an opportunity to change the playing field; I’m pleased to join this elite team in their efforts to make Core successful.”

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