BIRMINGHAM, Alabama, August 6, 2018 –ThreatAdvice, (threatadvice.com) a provider of cybersecurity education, awareness and threat intelligence, has named former Warren Averett Technology Group president Jason Asbury as president. Former ThreatAdvice president Steve Hines will assume the role of president of ThreatAdvice’s holding company NXTsoft (www.nxtsoft.com).
As ThreatAdvice continues to grow and expand, Asbury will focus on developing channel partners and continuing to broaden the company’s client base of over 30,000 end users. Asbury has more than 18 years of experience working in the IT industry. He maintains a unique skillset including experience providing consulting services and managing projects for clients in the fields of banking, insurance, education and law, all verticals that ThreatAdvice targets. In his previous role a president of a large technology firm, Asbury was responsible for the day-to-day management of the company and its overall direction with regard to organic growth and acquisition strategy. His extensive knowledge and understanding of the current cybersecurity and compliance space will be strong assets in his new leadership role at ThreatAdvice. Asbury also worked in an advanced technical capacity as a systems engineer for Science Applications International Corporation and served as an operations executive in the managed services and project implementations consulting arena for six years.
“Having worked with Jason in a professional capacity in the past, I have seen firsthand his management and leadership expertise,” said David Brasfield, CEO of ThreatAdvice. “Jason is well-versed in the area of cybersecurity and I know that he is the right person to lead ThreatAdvice as we experience continued growth,” he said.
“Proactive management of cyber risk is essential to protecting an organization. There is no silver bullet to preventing a cyber-attack on your company, but I believe that the education, awareness and threat intelligence that ThreatAdvice provides are absolutely essential components to any organization’s cybersecurity strategy,” said Asbury. “I am excited to be working with such an experienced, visionary management team and am energized by the opportunity to build on the success the company has already experienced,” he said.
ThreatAdvice was founded in 2016 to provide companies of all types with comprehensive cybersecurity protection by offering tools to educate employees on good cyber practices, help identify and respond to an attack, simulate cyberattacks and provide actionable threat intelligence. For more information visit threatadvice.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the company at 1.800.915.3381.
David Brasfield, CEO, ThreatAdvice, 205.739.2265, email@example.com
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