Lancope Names Jason Anderson Vice President of Engineering
ATLANTA, DECEMBER 12, 2005 - Lancope, Inc., the leading provider of network behavior analysis and response systems, today announced the appointment of Jason Anderson, formerly director of product development and engineering, to Vice President of Engineering. In his new role, Anderson drives the company’s entire engineering organization, which is responsible for new product development and evolving the award-winning StealthWatch System. Jason and his team focus on gathering market requirements, projecting industry needs and establishing the direction of the extensive StealthWatch product line.
“Jason brings enormous experience and competence in building engineering rigor within high growth technology companies,” said Harland LaVigne, president and CEO of Lancope. “With his proven R&D expertise, Jason has consistently been a leader and innovator in enabling us to achieve our aggressive product development plans. He will now play a larger role in developing Lancope’s awarding-winning StealthWatch System to meet the evolving demands for internal network security.”
Anderson added, “Under Harland’s leadership, Lancope has experienced tremendous growth and achievement. The company is poised to become the undisputed leader in internal network security solutions for large, distributed enterprises. I’m pleased in my expanded role and look forward to contributing to Lancope’s success.”
Anderson brings over ten years of experience in the network security industry. Prior to joining Lancope, Anderson was with Internet Security Systems, where he worked as an Engineer, Product Manager and Product Line Manager for its Network Protection Solutions. He is a Pragmatic Marketing Certified Practitioner and holds a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S in the Management of Technology from Georgia Institute of Technology.
About StealthWatch System
The StealthWatch System, which includes StealthWatch NC, StealthWatch Xe for NetFlow, StealthWatch Xe for sFlow and StealthWatch Management Console, is the leading network behavior analysis and response solution that defends internal networks against zero-day attacks, internal misuse, and unnecessary network exposures. StealthWatch continuously monitors network behavior, detects anomalies, and isolates known and unknown threats. Expanding beyond the capabilities of traditional network security products, StealthWatch collects, categorizes and analyzes network traffic to create comprehensive security intelligence at both network and host levels. Providing a cost-effective, single point of reference for optimizing security and network operations, StealthWatch enables organizations to improve the network health and security posture of their networks.
Lancope is the leading provider of network behavior analysis and response solutions that defeat zero-day worms, internal network misuse and other anomalies that compromise network integrity. Lancope’s StealthWatch System integrates security and network management technology to reduce network risks and maximize network availability by rapidly identifying, prioritizing, mitigating and resolving critical threats, whether new or well-known. Both OPSEC and Common Criteria-certified, StealthWatch was named an InfoWorld 2005 Technology of the Year. Defending the networks of Global 2000 organizations, academic institutions and government entities, StealthWatch protects over 175 enterprise customers and 15 million hosts worldwide. Lancope’s Technology Alliance Partners include Foundry Networks, ArcSight, Micromuse, LURHQ and CheckPoint. Lancope is a privately held, venture-backed company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, call 888-419-1462 or visit www.lancope.com.