Encryption Startup CEO to Contribute Expertise on Internet of Things Standards
Palo Alto, CA – May 26, 2015 – SafeLogic, the company re-inventing how encryption is delivered, announces that CEO Ray Potter will be speaking at the RE.WORK Internet of Things Summit in Boston this week. Potter will be featured on the panel titled “IoT Common Standards & Security”, a session well suited to exhibit the start-up CEO’s efforts as a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC).
Nanette Byrnes, editor at the MIT Technology Review, will moderate the panel. Potter’s fellow panelists include Sean Lorenz, Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Xively at LogMeIn, John Ansbach, General Counsel for General Datatech (GDT), and Dipul Patel, CEO of Ecovent.
“I’m very excited for the Summit and panel,” said Ray Potter. “This session will pair two elements – common standards and security – which form the building blocks for IoT’s future success and go firmly hand-in-hand. In addition, it’s always great to visit the growing Boston tech scene.”
For more information on these sessions, SafeLogic’s products and services, or Ray Potter’s other upcoming speaking engagements, including at Cloud Computing Expo in New York City in June 2015, please e-mail Walter Paley, Director of Marketing, at Walt (at) SafeLogic (dot) com.
About Ray Potter
Ray Potter is the CEO and co-founder of SafeLogic. Previously, Ray founded Apex Assurance Group and led the Security Assurance program at Cisco Systems. He has been recognized as a thought leader in next generation security technologies, speaking at (ISC)2 Security Congress, RSA Security Conference, CTIA MobileCon and Super Mobility Week, Wearables DevCon, SensorsCon IoT Summit, Cloud Security World, and the International Cryptographic Module Conference, among others. Ray lives in Palo Alto and enjoys cycling and good bourbon, although definitely not at the same time.
SafeLogic’s product line is focused on standards-based cryptographic engines designed for use in IoT, Cloud, mobile, server, workstation, appliance, and wearable environments. These modules have been fully validated to FIPS 140-2 standards and offer drop-in OpenSSL and Bouncy Castle compatibility, a variety of connectors to accommodate unique product architecture, and instant compliance for federal deployments to SafeLogic customers.
Even better, SafeLogic modules include RapidCert, the industry’s only FIPS 140-2 validation service that provides a certificate in the customer’s name, while drastically accelerating the timeline, requiring no additional engineering effort, zero interaction with testing labs, and at a fixed cost.
SafeLogic’s customers are among the most influential and innovative companies in technology today, including Intel Security / McAfee, Juniper Networks, and Weaved.
SafeLogic was established in 2012, is privately held and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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