Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Skyport Appoints Kelly Seelig as CMO

Skyport Systems, a start-up offering secure infrastructure solutions, has appointed Kelly Seelig to the position of chief marketing officer (CMO).

Previously, Seelig served as vice president of marketing and communications for BlueJeans Network and as senior vice president of global marketing for BlueSnap. She formerly held marketing positions at two other notable Silicon Valley startups, including cleantech company Bloom Energy.

Skyport Raises $30 Million from GV and Cisco

Skyport Systems announced a $30 million round of funding led by GV (formerly known as Google Ventures), with participation from Cisco Investments, Thomvest Ventures, Northgate Capital and InstantScale, as well as existing investors Index Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures and Intel Capital. This Series C round brings total Skyport funding to $67 million. Skyport, which is based in Mountain View, California, specializes in secure infrastructure for protecting...

Video: Apps, Virtualization, Security and the Cloud

Art Gilliland, CEO of Skyport Systems, discusses Application, Virtualization, Security and the Cloud at RSA 2016. When you think about isolating applications or workloads, you want to be able to put security around them. Virtualization gives you a compartment to do that. But companies really need to think about how to manage those environments. Skyport addresses this challenge by bringing the new security perimeter all the way down to the application. YouTube:...

Skyport Offers Hardened Servers for Microsoft Active Directory.

Skyport Systems announced a turnkey solution to deliver a hardened implementation of Microsoft Active Directory. Through a partnership with Ascent Solutions, Skyport SkySecure delivers bundles for data center Active Directory production forests, highly secure ‘Red Forest’ administrative zones and cloud access DMZ authentication services.  Skyport said this provides a clean source computing platform with secure boot and ongoing malware and rootkit...

Skyport Names Art Gilliland as CEO

Skyport Systems, a start-up offering "hyper-secured" servers, announced the appointment of Art Gilliland to the position of CEO. Gilliland most recently served as senior vice president and general manager of enterprise security at Hewlett-Packard. Prior to that, he held a number of top management positions at Symantec, including senior vice president and general manager of the Information Security Group. He earlier served as vice president of products...


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