IN THIS ISSUE
Featuring Kenneth Holley
In a world of growing digital threats, veteran players such as Silent Quadrant stand ready to keep the gates safe. Towards that end, it is no understatement to say that security is an indelible part of Silent Quadrant’s heritage. Indeed, starting his career with the United States Navy working with the Naval Tactical Data System, Kenneth Holley pivoted to the private sector when he founded Information Systems Integration (now Silent Quadrant) in 1993 in Washington, DC. Identifying security as a key area of concern for both governments and private industry moving forward, Holley then shifted much of the company’s focus to the then-emerging medium of the Internet, initiating a transformation that grew the company and its purpose under the new identity, Silent Quadrant.
“Cybersecurity isn’t a one and done exercise; as the threat surface and landscape evolves, so does how every business approach the security of their organization. Silent Quadrant also elevates this view of resiliency to the executive and board levels and places it squarely as a business decision, where it should be. “
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