• WHY @RISK
    • We believe privacy is an inalienable right; we also believe that not enough is being done to protect MainStreet USA at a level we believe it deserves.

  • Network Consensus
    • @RISK is a Network Consensus company that provides global organizations with “Left of Bang” Cyber Situational Awareness measured through a Balanced ScoreCard. Risk, exposure and probability of Cyber-attacks are calculated using Big Data Machine Learning built on an IBM Cognitive computing platform. @RISK is an assembly of world class professionals who quietly do what seems to be the impossible daily. Each one of them is contributing to a new field called cognitive computing, fusing the art of their experience with technology, to mimic the way a computer hacker thinks and defend your Privacy.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MG Dave Scott Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member

3 Main concepts you should take away from this release:

General Officer
@RISK recognizes leaders eat last and are committed to high levels of professionalism

Precision & Focus
@RISK applies a focused level of effort in order to maximize their effect on helping organizations thwart cyber APTs.

Global Experience
@RISK views Cyber as the fifth domain of warfare and applies a kinetic mindset to forecast the threat in order to defeat it

DALLAS, TX - 3 March 2017 - 

@RISK Technologies, Inc., a Cyber Network Consensus SaaS company, today announced Maj. Gen (USAF Retired) joined as a Board Member. Major General Scott is Career Combat Rated Leader offering a unique perspective on Asymmetric Warfare and Situational Awareness and its applicability to the Fifth Domain of Warfare - Cyber. 

MG Scott will be responsible coaching the company leaderhip in strategic planning, identifying emerging trends for cooperation across the Business Ecosystem while maintaining relationships with the global Defense and Intelligence Communities. General Scott brings value to @RISK in two ways – his leadership in national defense intelligence, plans, and operations as well as extensive experience leading large and complex organizations. 

Watch MG Scott invterview here

As a US Special Operations Command representative to NSA, a Task Force senior leader fighting Al Qaeda high value targets during the “Global War on Terror”, and the Tampa Director for Computer Science Corporation, Gen. Scott has pursued new tactics and tech tools to address growing and evolving asymmetric threats in cyberspace.
 
Gen. Scott’s leadership experience extends from aircraft commander for a 7-man “Combat Talon” aircraft to direction of the joint, international, and interagency activities of 70,000 US Special Operations Forces.  His command experience includes Deputy Commanding General, Joint Special Operations Command, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and combat units at squadron, group, and wing levels.
 
 
Immediately after retiring from the military in 2009, Gen. Scott became Director of the Tampa Office, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) where he worked with IBM and other industry partners to exploit advances in machine learning for the warfighter.  This effort led to a long term relationship with the founders of @RISK leadership as advisor, board member, and leadership consultant through a series of companies, joint ventures, and cyber initiatives.
 
Gen. Scott now resides in Tampa, Florida, where he serves on the board of 8 non-profits supporting veteran issues, preserving WWII vessels, promoting high speed ferry transit options, and stimulating development of the innovation ecosystem within Tampa Bay.  He is the owner of two small retail businesses, the Director for Liberty Defense Systems, and he advises clients on leadership, teamwork, strategy, and organization as President of Chinthe Consulting, Inc.
 
 
MG Dave Scott Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member MG Dave Scott Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member
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US Naval Institute: Adapt Special Operations to Cyber

In recent years, rapidly evolving hybrid threats have made necessary the growth of unique U.S. special operations and cyber forces. Although distinct, both forces offer the U.S. military an asymmetric advantage in countering regular and irregular threats, and their highly specialized capabilities can give them an outsized impact in their respective battles spaces. Special operations forces (SOF), however, are much more mature and broadly effective than the nation’s nascent cyber capabilities. Cyber forces can learn from the framework that propelled recent special operations successes.

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