The RunSafe Security Story
Very few in cybersecurity deeply understand both attacker mindset and techniques; how they deliberate; how they create exploits and how they prioritize targets. There is a wide knowledge gap between attacker mentality and defender methodology that stacks the odds in favor of an attacker. That’s because attackers only need to find a single access point to infiltrate a network, while defenders must protect each and every asset 24/7/365.
Recognizing this plight, many security teams spend significant time, money and resources deploying cybersecurity products in a futile effort to protect assets. However, the available tools cannot keep up with evolving threats and multiplying vulnerabilities – especially those proliferating from the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). As a result, organizations remain exposed, susceptible and often defenseless.
RunSafe Security is the pioneer of a unique cyberhardening technology for vulnerable embedded systems and devices. The company is led by former U.S. government cybersecurity specialists who know how attackers think about problems, how they weaponize attacks and how they choose targets.
With the ability to make every embedded system and device functionally identical but logically unique, RunSafe Security renders threats inert by eliminating attack vectors, significantly reducing vulnerabilities and denying malware the uniformity required to propagate. By precluding a single exploit from spreading across devices, RunSafe Security disrupts the traditional economics of attacks and denies the routine tactics and techniques that attackers prefer. Finally, the odds of an attacker compromising a vulnerability are in the defender’s favor.
Read how we disrupt the traditional economics of cyberattacks and deny both routine and advanced techniques of attackers.
Before joining RunSafe Security, Simon was vice president of sales and marketing at Kaprica Security, focusing on its Tachyon product which was acquired by Samsung in late 2016. Prior to Kaprica, Simon held several executive roles in enterprise mobility and cybersecurity companies such as DMI, Thursby Software, Red Hat, HP, and Capgemini, managing clients spanning the U.S. Department of Defense, federal law enforcement, hospital systems and vehicle fleets.
Simon holds a BS degree in physics from Manchester University, with graduate studies completed at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and at Cornell University, where he studied cybersecurity, law and business. In addition, Simon is CISSP, CEH and CMDSP certified.
Lisa Silverman is an accomplished marketing executive with broad experience in utilizing new technology to expand product portfolios. Lisa’s background includes product management, marketing, and strategic planning for both large enterprises and small businesses.
Prior to RunSafe Security, Lisa served as director of product management for workplace safety at American Red Cross, where she introduced simulation learning for First Aid and CPR. Lisa drove the strategy, definition, and execution of new offerings as vice president of market development of Localeze, the local search division of TARGUSinfo. As director of product management for Total Care at AOL, she led all business initiatives surrounding the launch of a PC security offering. Previously, she led new product management and partner marketing at Network Solutions and managed conferencing marketing MCI Worldcom. Lisa holds a BA in economics and mathematics from Brandeis University and an MS in management from MIT Sloan.