Community-Minded Tech Executive Aims to Nurture the North Carolina Tech Sector
DURHAM, N.C. – May 7, 2019 – StrongKey announced today that its COO, Jake Kiser, is now a member of the North Carolina Tech Association (NC TECH) Board of Advisors. In this role, he will help nurture the booming tech scene in North Carolina, where StrongKey has its main office, and promote the association.
Dedicated to the development of North Carolina’s tech sector, the NC TECH Board of Advisors serves as a resource to the local tech community by providing guidance, feedback and assistance with growing the membership through networking. The NC TECH mission, “To foster growth and champion innovation in North Carolina’s tech sector,” aligns very closely with StrongKey’s values and vision by providing a community resource for tech professionals to learn and grow.
StrongKey will sponsor and exhibit at the NC TECH’s 2019 State of Tech conference, focusing on cybersecurity. The event takes place on May 10 at the Raleigh Convention Center.
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Jake Kiser, COO, StrongKey, said: “I’m always honored to be able to give back to my home community in North Carolina. NC TECH shares this commitment to community, and I’m excited to serve on the Board of Advisors. This region is a unique environment that encourages tech startups, raising more than a billion dollars in startup funding. I look forward to helping promote tech in our own backyard.”
StrongKey, Inc. is a privately held company based in Silicon Valley, California. It is the leader in enterprise key management infrastructure, bringing new levels of capability and data security at a price point significantly lower than other solutions on the market. Providing products and services in symmetric key management, encryption, tokenization and strong authentication, StrongKey is focused on securing data in cloud computing, e-commerce, healthcare, finance and other sectors mandating protection of sensitive data. StrongKey’s solutions are installed at customer sites around the world and are key components of mission-critical business operations.