SEATTLE, Feb. 18, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SpaceCurve today announces that former IBM executive, serial entrepreneur, and privacy and regulatory expert John Bliss will join its Advisory Board. Previously Bliss was Chief Compliance Officer at Strevus and also founded Captimo, whose assets were recently acquired by Seattle-based Atigeo where John serves as General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer.
"John is an industry recognized thought leader and strategist at the intersection of law, technology, government affairs, and privacy. As an advisor he will be a tremendous asset to SpaceCurve bringing significant technical knowledge combined with practical experience with privacy-related legal and regulatory requirements worldwide, and how they apply to business and technology," said Dane Coyer, SpaceCurve CEO.
Before founding Captimo, John was General Counsel, Chief Privacy Officer, and VP/Government Relations for Systems Research and Development (SRD), a Las Vegas-based enterprise software identity analytics company acquired by IBM.
John remained with IBM after the SRD acquisition as Privacy Strategist for IBM's Entity Analytic Solutions group.
John holds a J.D. from Georgetown University.
SpaceCurve recently launched the first platform built specifically for spatially organizing and enabling the analysis of large-scale spatial data. SpaceCurve continuously fuses geospatial, sensor, IoT, social media, location, and other streaming and historical data while making the data immediately available for analytics and operational intelligence.
SpaceCurve is the only spatial data platform to support continuous high-velocity ingestion of complex, spatially organized data, enabling real time analysis of extreme data volumes. SpaceCurve makes it possible to manage, analyze, and act on fast-moving machine-generated data with the precision, speed and scale required for true operational intelligence. From location analysis and remote sensing, to network optimization, logistics, and machine-to-machine applications, SpaceCurve delivers spatial data at the speed of reality.