Secured2 appoints Microsoft cloud technology expert Joe Vandermark to its advisory board

Secured2 Corporation announced on Friday the appointment of Joe Vandermark, a Microsoft cloud technology expert, to its Board of Advisors. In this role, Joe will be advising Secured2 in product and market strategy and assisting with the company’s fast growth with Microsoft.

Joe has been leading cloud architecture and engineering for Microsoft customers, working with large Fortune 100 customers including banking and financial corporations, medical companies, and large multi-national conglomerates. He leads cloud architecture for three of Microsoft Azure’s largest customers in the region.

“Joe brings an extensive background in cloud strategy, engineering, and customer solutions, as well as a proven track record of delivering results in an ever-changing technical landscape,” Daren Klum, CEO of Secured2 said. “Joe’s background at Microsoft, combined with his experience building some of the largest cloud platforms in the world for corporations, makes him an ideal advisor to help us navigate the landmines associated with scaling our own platform.”

Vandermark will serve on Secured2’s Technology Advisory Board and will focus on identifying new market and technology opportunities and helping Secured2 continue their rapid growth in the market. Joe will be working with key executives in Secured2 to help them tackle the large challenges that lay ahead as they grow a global enterprise.

“I’m very excited about the technology advancements that Secured2 has made and the impact this technology will have in securing data and workloads on Azure. I have seen a lot of security solutions come and go, but this one is transformative,” said Vandermark. “I see a technology like Secured2 being deployed in large cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure to secure Blockchain and emerging technologies like the Internet of Things. There is really no limitation to the capabilities of Secured2’s security solution.”

Secured2 appoints Microsoft cloud technology expert Joe Vandermark to its advisory board