Cybersecurity industry veteran Tom Noonan joins Callsign board of directors
Callsign has added cybersecurity industry veteran and serial entrepreneur Tom Noonan to its board of directors. Noonan’s experience includes executive roles at IBM, Cisco and Dun & Bradstreet Software, and as co-founder and CEO of cybersecurity companies Endgame Security, JouleX and Internet Security Systems, Inc.
Noonan holds a mechanical engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a business degree from Harvard University. In 2002 he was appointed by President Bush to serve on the White House National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), where he served under the Obama administration and continues to serve under the Trump administration. Noonan is an active technology investor and philanthropist supporting education, environmental and healthcare causes.
“Tom will be a true asset to our team of board members,” says Zia Hayat, founder and CEO of Callsign. “We value his vision and guidance, especially around building successful companies and taking them global, which will be extremely valuable as we grow our footprint in the US market and beyond.
“Callsign is an incredible company with tremendous potential, bolstered by remarkable leadership and vision,” adds Noonan. “Today the company holds a strong foothold in Europe with promising plans for further geographic growth, and I look forward to playing a critical role in their U.S. expansion and beyond.”
Callsign was recently selected to provide digital customer identification and authentication for Lloyds Banking Group.
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