|»||netVigilance - SC Magazine Innovator in Vulnerability Assessment in Dec 2010
7 Key Reasons
|»||Only netVigilance goes Beyond Compliance to identify and detect more common network vulnerabilities than any other vendor in the market. We provide across-the-board superior performance.
|»||We update continually, week-in and week-out, and even over holidays, because hackers never take a break.
|»||We check against the entire OWASP Top 10.
|»||Is up-to-date on the most recent and relevant vulnerabilities.
In our QA Lab, we reproduce environments with real systems to cover a large cross-section of the most common target systems on the Internet. We constantly add to this list.
|»||Not only do we test against the latest versions of popular platforms, but also against older versions still in common use.
|»||We even test against competing products as part of our regular QA to ensure absolute thoroughness and completeness.
Eric Fullerton is Chairman of the Board and co-founder of netVigilance, bringing more than 20 years of high technology and executive management experience into the company.
Previously Mr. Fullerton was General Manager of Intel's Converged Edge Division and Network Systems Division.He built a $300M business through a series of mergers and acquisitions and an international team situated in North America, Europe and Asia.
Prior to working at Intel, Mr. Fullerton was CEO and Managing Director of Cray Communications, which was acquired by Intel in 1997.
Mr. Fullerton also served as Managing Director of NOKIA's Consumer Electronics and Telecommunications divisions.
Mr. Fullerton holds an MBA from IMD Switzerland, and a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the Danish Engineering Academy.
Jesper "JJ" Jurcenoks
Jesper a.k.a. "JJ" is the Co-founder of netVigilance, leading the Technical team with a practical "lead by example" inspiring the team with his direct and creative approach to any obstacle. Jesper utilizes his blend of technical expertise and corporate management experience to steer netVigilance in a highly competitive market.
Before founding netVigilance "JJ" Owned and Operated a successful ISP and Web-Hosting company, Pioneering Wimax, and ran a highly respected systems integration firm called "InterSpace" in Northern Europe for seven years.
Prior to that, he was a team leader and senior consultant for several multinational corporations including Minolta and Compaq Computers (Now Hewlet-Packard).
In the late 1980's, JJ Pioneered the field of "Thin Clients" and Satellite emails from vessels in the Atlantic Ocean.
JJ demonstrated an industrious nature at an early age, getting his first job when he was 11, a job he kept for 3 years. Starting his first business at 13, When he was 15, JJ earned his first salary as a Computer pre-Sales engineer, a job that was interrupted a year later when Jesper relocated to Switzerland to pursue a international education.