In today’s advanced, interconnected world, businesses experience dramatic growth of digital data including documents, emails, and applications. Protecting the infrastructure that allows organizations to function is crucial. Security threats are inherently difficult to manage because there are so many different types –cybercrime, lost and stolen data, natural disasters, industrial accidents, terrorism and they are constantly evolving. Their economic and societal impact can be enormous.
The challenges of businesses today extend beyond conventional defense methods. Security has taken on a new significance, encompassing security for protection of critical infrastructure, sensitive data, and information systems data and digital assets.
Ciphertex is a leading data security solutions provider and is trusted by organizations worldwide and in various industries. Ciphertex delivers powerful, secure and portable data storage systems using advanced hardware encryption. Ciphertex DAS and NAS systems offer unparalleled performance, security and reliability — seamlessly integrating hardware based AES 256-bit encryption with the latest in RAID storage technologies and smart chassis design. Designed-in flexible connectivity is guaranteed with each system able to support the leading storage interfaces and operating systems. Each multi-bay Ciphertex system also offers simplistic functionality and setup via its graphical user interface combined with a powerful data management software suite.
Ciphertex NAS, DAS, and single drive storage devices are lightweight and portable in order to be accessible to people with disabilities.
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Jerry Kaner brings a vast amount of experience and expertise to Ciphertex. His career in hard-drive technologies, data recovery, data security, and computer/digital forensics has shaped his vision for Ciphertex and its unique combination of products and services. As a Computer Electronics Engineer from Technion Institute of Technology, Jerry began his career developing compact, high-speed hard drives.
Mr. Kaner’s work in breakthrough, hardware technologies, data recovery, data security, and computer forensics have given him a unique perspective on today’s essential need for securing data. Today, Mr. Kaner leads the Ciphertex team of engineers, product developers, and data security and digital forensic consultants. The company is also backed by an international team of technology partners using hardware encryption to secure business, law enforcement, education, government and military information.
Here are just a few of his accomplishments:
Dr. Stan Stahl is a true pioneer in the field of information security. During the course of his career Dr. Stahl secured teleconferencing at the White House, databases inside Cheyenne Mountain, and the communications network controlling our nuclear weapons arse- nal. He has served on information systems security advisory boards providing policy guidance to the White House, NSA and NIST.
Dr. Stahl is Managing Director of Ciphtertex Information Systems Security Services. He leads a highly skilled team of senior information systems security managers whose experience extends from managing the security of the IT infrastructure all the way to the Board Room.
This highly mobile team has senior-level management experience and leadership capabilities to assist clients in the design and implementation of action-focused information security improvement programs. His expertise includes a comprehensive understanding of ISO 27001-27002, HIPAA, GLBA, PCI DSS, and the myriad of information security and privacy laws emerging throughout the world.
Dr. Stahl earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from The University of Michigan. He speaks and writes regularly on information systems security and has articles in both the 5th and 6th editions of the Information Security Management Handbook. Dr. Stahl currently serves as President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association.
Brad Maryman spent 29 years as Supervisory Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). During this time, he conducted and supervised investigations, served as an Information Systems Administrator and Security Programs Manager. He has also served as Chairman and Member-at-Large of the advisory board to the Director of the FBI on computer and information systems.
Mr. Maryman also has a wide−range of electronic discovery experience in recovering and processing electronic records produced by a broad variety of computer operating systems and applications. He has testified extensively in criminal and civil matters and provid- ed depositions and affidavits in support of civil litigation efforts.
He leads Ciphertex Data Forensic Services, managing a highly skilled and seasoned team of Data Forensic Examiners with extensive experience performing technical, training and investigative services for U.S. and international agencies as well as Fortune 1000 companies. This team has conducted forensic data acquisitions, retrieval, and analysis on an extensive variety of digital evidence ranging from electronic business records and communications to network logs and encrypted files.
“From litigation support to cyber response matters, our team has not only been there and done that, we lead the way.”