RazorThreat makes security software more interactive

RazorThreat recently added a new member to its executive ranks. It’s an addition the digital security firm hopes will pay some big dividends in 2014.

The downtown Pontiac-based firm brought on Deane Tierney to serve as vice president of strategic accounts last month. Tierney previously worked as a channel account manager for Symantec Corp (a NASDAQ tech firm) where he grew reseller relationships. RazorThreat hopes its new employees will help connect the firm’s software platform with Symantec’s.

“There is a really good alignment between our product and Symantec’s product line,” says Greg Guidice, president & CEO of RazorThreat.

The 4-year-old firm has also been working on fleshing out its own software platform, which provides digital security assessments and monitoring. Before the platform provided a few pages of reports. Now the firm is offering a more comprehensive package that includes meetings with its professionals and its clients as needed.

“It’s so much more interactive,” Guidice says. “Everything the product does is about visibility, context and action.”

Source: Greg Guidice, president & CEO of RazorThreat
Writer: Jon Zemke

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