SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 7, 2015) - Vorstack, a leading Threat Intelligence Platform provider for automation, curation and collaboration of threat intelligence to fight cyber threats, today announced it has hired industry veteran Anne Bonaparte as its new CEO and President. Bonaparte will replace previous CEO and Founder Joe Eandi, who will remain with the company.
"The addition of this proven CEO to our executive team greatly enhances Vorstack's capability to deliver value to the market," said Glenn McGonnigle, General Partner at lead investor, TechOperators. "Anne has repeatedly demonstrated her ability to successfully grow companies in the security market. She brings deep domain expertise to deliver innovative security solutions enabling organizations to address cyber attacks while supporting a new model for securely collaborating with their peers."
"The threat landscape has become more complex and organizations are struggling to find solutions that improve their ability to address the deluge of security threats. Vorstack allows CSOs and security teams to pinpoint the most critical threats with enhanced context and relevance," said Anne Bonaparte, CEO, Vorstack. "The security industry is moving quickly in the direction of automation with machine-to-machine learning and information sharing and we're leading that movement."
Bonaparte brings to Vorstack more than 20 years of technology experience, which includes serving as CEO and president at three companies in the security market, including Solidcore acquired by McAfee, Tablus acquired by EMC, and MailFrontier acquired by SonicWall. She previously held executive positions at Verisign, a leader in cyber security, transforming their international business. Ms. Bonaparte received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford and an MBA from Harvard.
Vorstack provides a Threat Intelligence Platform that automates the process of collecting, analyzing, correlating and securely sharing structured and unstructured machine-readable information on current and emerging cyber threats. The Vorstack Automation and Collaboration Platform dramatically increases operational efficiency by reducing the time it takes enterprises to identify and remediate security threats. Vorstack enables secure and anonymous collaboration and ensures control and protection of shared information. Vorstack reduces discovery time, remediation time, and overall risk to cyber-threats. For more information, visit www.vorstack.com.