August 23, 2016
SAN ANTONIO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SecureLogix, a Voice and Unified Communications (UC) Security company, announced today that company president Lee Sutterfield has been selected by CyberTexas, a Texas-based cybersecurity advocacy and development organization, for induction into the San Antonio Cyber Hall of Honor. Sutterfield will be formally inducted with three other award recipients during the San Antonio Cyber Hall of Honor Award Ceremony on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Stars at Night Ballroom 1. The 5:00 p.m. award ceremony will be followed by a reception beginning at 5:30 p.m. Other members of the 2016 inaugural inductees are Dr. Glenn Dietrich, Larry D. Merritt, and Dr. Gregory B. White.
“San Antonio has been a long-time regional pioneer in the advancement of cybersecurity research, education and development across the public and private sectors,” said Lee Sutterfield. “I could not be more proud to have played a role in advancing this important sector of our national defense and technology economy, and I am humbled to be included alongside these prestigious colleagues and friends as the first inductees into the Cyber Hall of Honor.”
About Lee Sutterfield
Previous to his role at SecureLogix, Mr. Sutterfield was an executive at WheelGroup (acquired by Cisco Systems in 1998), and an executive agent for the United States Air Force, where he helped pioneer the development of the USAF’s computer security assessment program during the mid-1990s. Sutterfield’s distinguished public and private sector career includes the following accomplishments:
- 1983-1986: Authored key intelligence reports depicting the coming network-based cybersecurity issues facing the Air Force and U.S. government. Sutterfield briefed these findings across all branches of government at the most executive levels, leading to his reassignment to the Air Force Cryptologic Support Center, Electronic Security Command, San Antonio, Texas to help build the newly assigned mission of Executive Agent for the Air Force Computer Security Program.
- 1986-1995: Authored Concept of Operations for and helped build the Air Force Computer Security Assessment Program (CSAP). The CSAP included the formation of the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team, which was one of the first three such organizations established as a result of the “Morris Worm Incident.” The CSAP also established the Countermeasure Engineering Team, which helped Scotland Yard break the “Datastream” Hacker case and several other early notorious hacker events. The CSAP also established the Electronic Security Engineering and Survey teams, which pioneered the concept of enterprise-wide, corporate-level Security Posture Assessment. Sutterfield also initiated the development of the Automated Security Incident Measurement System (ASIMS), which was the first attempt to build an enterprise-wide, near-real-time intrusion detection capability.
- 1995-1998: Served as chief instigator, co-founder, chairman of the board and executive vice president of strategy for WheelGroup Corporation. WheelGroup pioneered the commercial development of true enterprise-wide, real-time intrusion detection technology via their “NetRanger” product line. Cisco Systems bought WheelGroup in March of 1998. The financial success of WheelGroup opened the doors for many others of talent in the San Antonio cybersecurity community to venture out to the commercial world in the following years.
- 1999 – Present: Serves as co-founder, chairman and president of SecureLogix Corporation. SecureLogix has pioneered the solution to the cyber threats associated with real-time services such as voice, instant messaging and video services. Their products have been deployed worldwide for major U.S. Government agencies, including all of the U.S. Air Force, Army and Marines. They have numerous customers in utility, medical and retail markets, and SecureLogix is also a key cybersecurity resource for the financial markets, including some of the largest banks in the U.S.
CyberTexas was established to provide expanded access to security developments and resources located in Texas; provide an ongoing platform for the education and skill development of cybersecurity professionals and job creation; build strong relationships with other U.S. and International geographies focused on cyber ecosystem development; bring national and international resources to the region to showcase Texas-based cyber assets; identify and encourage business opportunities within and outside of Texas; and create long-term value for the cybersecurity ecosystem of San Antonio and the State of Texas.
SecureLogix, a leader in enterprise voice/UC policy enforcement and ROI intelligence, helps defend corporations, military installations, and governments across the world from attack, operational disruption and fraud occurring over real-time communication services and infrastructure such as voice, video, and chat software and platforms. For more information, visit SecureLogix on the Web at www.securelogix.com and www.voipsecurityblog.com.
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