Company Overview of Solutionary, Inc.
Solutionary, Inc. provides managed security services for financial services, healthcare and medical, retail, manufacturing, technology, government, and energy and utilities industries. It offers security log monitoring, security device management, log management, vulnerability management, global threat intelligence, and professional security services; and ActiveGuard, a cloud-based security and compliance platform. The company protects traditional and virtual IT infrastructures, cloud environments, and mobile data. Solutionary, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Omaha, Nebraska. As of August 14, 2013, Solutionary, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporat...
9420 Underwood Avenue
Omaha, NE 68114
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for Solutionary, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder, President and Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder, Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President of Operations
Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Business Process Automation
Co-Founder and Vice President of Administration
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Solutionary, Inc. Key Developments
Solutionary Appoints John F. Petrie III as Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Security Strategist
Jan 26 16
Solutionary announced the appointment of John F. Petrie III as the company's chief information security officer (CISO) and senior security strategist. Petrie brings a unique perspective to the leadership team; he was a Solutionary client for more than 10 years during his tenure as senior vice president and chief information security strategist with Harland Clarke Holdings Corp. Prior to consulting for IBM, Petrie served as senior vice president and CISS for Harland Clarke Holdings and was the program executive leader of its Information Technology Transformation Program, which included data center consolidation and virtualization projects.
Solutionary Launches Targeted Threat Intelligence Service to Increase Situational Awareness and Mitigate Attacks for Enterprises
Feb 10 15
Solutionary announced its new Targeted Threat Intelligence service, delivered by the Solutionary Security Engineering Research Team (SERT). The Solutionary Targeted Threat Intelligence service is designed to provide advance, actionable intelligence to clients by analyzing data from more than 600,000 unique threat sources in order to improve situational awareness and identify targeted threats against the enterprise network and key executives. The new Solutionary service employs SERT threat advisors to analyze and exploit information, converting it into enriched, actionable, risk-based threat intelligence for each client. In order to deal with the global nature of security threats, SERT has multilingual analysts and pulls data from information sources in more than seven languages. SERT threat advisors look for signs that sensitive client data, credentials or intellectual property have been exposed on the Internet. These are signs a breach may have occurred and mitigation actions are needed. By proactively seeking this type of information, Solutionary is able to help clients react quickly and limit the impact of targeted attacks. In addition, by offering increased situational awareness and advance notice, SERT threat advisors can make recommendations for defending against potential attacks before they are manifested. The Solutionary Targeted Threat Intelligence service helps enterprises increase situational awareness and potentially avoid attacks altogether by providing advance notice and actionable threat intelligence for risk mitigation to avoid impact to their business or key personnel, enabling them to protect brand equity and their customers. When the Targeted Threat Intelligence service is combined with Solutionary Security Log Monitoring, Solutionary engineers are able to develop custom signatures to detect targeted attacks and, with Solutionary Security Device Management, defend against attacks as well. SERT threat advisors gather information from open-source intelligence, the Dark Web, threat-intelligence feeds, Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs), niche intelligence groups, proprietary sources and attack data gleaned from the ActiveGuard® Security Analytics platform. Targeted Threat Intelligence is available in two service tiers tailored for each individual client. The first tier, Basic Targeted Threat Intelligence, provides threat intelligence alerts and reports. SERT threat advisors work with clients to understand their environment, their industry and their specific needs to establish a baseline. Clients receive client-specific Emerging Threat Advisories, vertical-market landscape analysis and reporting. The second tier, Managed Targeted Threat Intelligence, provides a dedicated threat advisor who partners with the client's internal team, acting as an extension of the team. Clients are able to interact directly with their dedicated SERT Threat Advisor on a regular basis and are provided with quarterly executive threat briefings, advance access to SERT research, executive monitoring, threat-actor dossiers and vendor monitoring. Solutionary also provides Structured Threat Information Expression (STIX) packages to clients for specific threats. Additional Threat Intelligence Service features include comprehensive, client-specific views of threats; views of existing target profiles and exposed data; actionable intelligence specific to individual organizations; IP reputation monitoring; integration with ActiveGuard detection and access to experienced SERT threat advisors.
Solutionary Announces Executive Appointments
Jan 20 15
Solutionary announced that it has appointed a new chief information officer (CIO); executive vice president, corporate development; and vice president, customer experience. Mark Weiss, Manny Quevedo and Raj Joshi together bring extensive relevant business experience to help drive the company's managed security services growth. Weiss joined the Solutionary executive team as CIO and will report to Mike Hrabik, the company's president. As CIO, he will lead the company's architecture, production services, and research and development teams. Weiss brings with him more than 35 years of Information Technology (IT) leadership experience. Prior to joining Solutionary, Weiss held the position of executive director, enterprise technical services, at The Nebraska Medical Center. Quevedo joined the Solutionary management team as executive vice president, corporate development, and will report to Idelman. In his role at the company, he will lead the sales, marketing and product management teams. Quevedo will be responsible for identifying opportunities to drive growth through innovative, multi-channel points; developing goals, strategies and tactics for successful launches of new products in the managed security services space; and delivering highly differentiated services to fuel growth. Quevedo comes to Solutionary with more than 30 years of computing and network security leadership experience. Prior to joining the company, he was president of Accknowledge Group. Joshi joined the Solutionary executive team as vice president, customer experience, and will report to Sheri Idelman, the company's chief operating officer. Raj will be in charge of enhancing Solutionary's proactive, end-to-end customer experience program. Joshi comes to Solutionary with nearly 20 years of experience in business development and client services. Prior to joining the company, he held the position of senior director, consulting services, and site executive for LexisNexis InterAction.
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