Solera Networks Adds Security Industry Pioneer to Board of Directors
September 20th, 2011
Gordon Eubanks brings wealth of knowledge and experience to leading Network Security Analytics provider
Salt Lake City, UT – September 20, 2011 – Solera Networks, the leading Network Security Analytics platform provider, today announced Gordon Eubanks, microcomputer industry pioneer and former CEO of Symantec Corp. and Oblix, has joined the company’s Board of Directors.
“We are privileged to have Gordon Eubanks join Solera, and share his excitement for our vision in the network security marketplace,” said Steve Shillingford, president and CEO, Solera Networks. “As cyber attacks continue to evolve at an accelerated pace, it’s clear we need to continually refine our approach in fortifying and enhancing network security strategies. Gordon brings a wealth of experience and insight to Solera Networks to help us deliver solutions to secure today’s global networks through complete and comprehensive visibility into every network event.”
As the president and CEO of Symantec, Gordon Eubanks guided the company in its software utility and anti-virus businesses until he left to become president and CEO of Oblix, a Silicon Valley startup acquired by Oracle in 2005.
“Today, government and enterprise organizations must expect anything and prepare for everything on the network, and it requires complete network visibility and constant monitoring of all network activity to meet those challenges,” said Eubanks. “Solera Networks is arming security professionals with the right data and uniquely delivering a complete view of all events on the network. Their capabilities are unmatched in this expanding space and I am excited to join them at this time of new growth and remarkable change in network security.”
Like a camera on the network, Solera Networks appliances classify, index, and store every packet that crosses the network, supporting today’s fastest networks up to 10Gbps, physical or virtual. Users are equipped for swift incident response and remediation with insights to see and know how an attacker got in, what they saw, what they took, and what they left behind.