VentureC brings together leading White Hat Hacker cyber security firms to assess the vulnerabilities of your firm's security infrastructure and immediately address serious threats. Once vulnerabilities are identified, we provide a holistic assessment of your business capability gaps, including any needed personnel training, process changes or improvements and systems or tools. This service can be provided on a monthly or quarterly basis either as a subscription service or fixed-fee engagement. We also administer intrusion bounties to incentivize creativity in identifying vulnerabilities. Let our trusted partners find the gaps in your security infrastucture before the threats do.
VentureC is proud to announce that we have selected Innové as our lead cyber security partner. Innové has been a U.S. Department of Defense cyber security contractor for over a decade and was recognized by INC. Magazine in both 2008 and 2009 as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. and named among the Top 50 private companies in San Antonio by the San Antonio Business Journal in 2010.
VentureC also offers a product development accelerator program and other services to Cyber Security and SaaS startup ventures.
Most recently, CIO at the U.S. national leader and pioneer of e-Filing solutions in the LegalTech space, Adah has over 19 years of experience in tech product management and IT leadership roles at Fortune 30, Fortune 1000 and privately-held companies.
His particular technical expertise is in big data predictive analytics. He has a couple of patents pending.
Mr. Ojile earned a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from the United States Air Force Academy, and was an honoree on the National Honor Society for Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineers.
He received his Juris Doctorate from Cornell Law School, where he served as an editor on the Cornell Law Review. After law school, he began his career as a corporate attorney at Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, an AmLaw Top 5 Wall Street law firm.
He is also a recreational pilot.
Brad Morrison started out his career as a member of one of the first cyber security programs of the U.S. Air Force. He was involved with the development of military intelligence encryption and cryptographic key management systems for the North America Integrated Air Defense Sectors and other allied countries.
After his military service, Brad joined KPMG where he led IT governance, control and security consulting engagements focused on financial systems integrity, Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulatory compliance.
He left KPMG to become the founding CEO of Innové.
Mr. Morrison earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from the United States Air Force Academy, and his Master of Science in Telecommunications from Southern Methodist University.