San Antonio, TX – June 21, 2011 – Digital Defense, Inc., a leading provider of information security governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced that it has become the first gold sponsor of the Alamo Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA). By agreeing to the gold sponsorship level, Digital Defense will receive maximum exposure of the company’s thought leadership and information security solutions to Alamo ISSA members.
“I am excited Digital Defense has agreed to be our first gold sponsor,” said Matthew Hajda, president of the Alamo ISSA. “It is truly befitting that a San Antonio-based company is the first to sign-up to this level of sponsorship for our Chapter. We look forward to working with Digital Defense to further promote the goals and mission of our organization.”
Digital Defense offers a broad array of information security solutions to organizations in virtually every regulated industry. Through the use of proprietary technology and highly skilled security analysts, Digital Defense delivers effective enterprise-wide solutions at a fraction of the cost of more traditional system or consulting-based offerings. One of Digital Defense’s most popular solutions, Vulnerability Lifecycle Management – Professional, can save certain organizations up to 68% of the expenses they would incur over a three-year period when compared to a more traditional vulnerability management program.
“The ISSA is the preeminent trusted global information security community,” said Larry R. Hurtado, president & CEO of Digital Defense. “We are pleased we have the opportunity to support our local Chapter in this fashion. As cyber attacks continue to intensify, the mission of the Alamo-ISSA becomes more and more important to organizations throughout San Antonio and the South Texas region. We will do as much as we can to help the Alamo-ISSA succeed in all of its endeavors.”
About Alamo ISSA
Alamo ISSA's (Information Systems Security Association, Alamo Chapter) mission is to enhance the education and expand the knowledge and skills of its members in the interrelated fields of information systems and data processing; to encourage a free exchange of information security techniques, approaches, and problem solving; and to communicate to management and systems and information processing professionals the importance of establishing the controls necessary to ensure the security of information processing resources.