Kirsten Bay

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Kirsten Bay is President and CEO of Cyber adAPT, a Gartner 2017 Cool Vendor.

Throughout her 25-year cyber security career, Kirsten has sat on a United States congressional committee developing cyber policies, initiatives and recommendations for the intelligence community. She has also collaborated on information studies for MIT-Harvard and several federal agencies. In the UK, she has contributed her insight to a parliamentary subcommittee on recreating trust in the global economy.

Kirsten founded Cyber adAPT in 2015. Cyber adAPT secures every segment of the digital enterprise, finding more attacks more quickly than alternative approaches. Its patented detection platform, skwiid, monitors network traffic in real-time, detecting threats between mobile devices, IoT connections, cloud services, and the core network.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Kirsten Bay and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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