MISSOULA, Mont., Oct. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TeraDact Solutions, Inc. today announced that Honorable John H. Dalton and Lieutenant General Francis H. Kearney III (USA, Retired) have joined its Advisory Board. The addition of Secretary Dalton and General Kearney to TeraDact's Advisory Board further strengthens TeraDact's focus in the area of services to United States Government Agencies, the Financial Services Industry and the Healthcare Industry.
Secretary John H. Dalton has had a distinguished career in government beginning as a naval officer. Serving in the Navy from 1964 to 1969, he attained the rank of Lieutenant while serving on active duty and subsequently was promoted to Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserve. Former Secretary of the Navy under President Clinton from July 1993 until November 1998, he joined The Financial Services Roundtable in January 2005. TeraDact's management believes that Secretary Dalton's military and government experience along with his experience with the Financial Services Roundtable will provide valuable input in TeraDact's effort to become the industry standard for protecting sensitive data for the US Government and the financial services industry.
General Kearney has joined TeraDact's Advisory Board after serving over 35 years in the United States Army achieving the rank of Lieutenant General; he was a career Infantry and Special Operations officer. His most recent assignment was the Deputy Director for Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counter-Terrorism Center in Washington DC, where LTG Kearney was responsible for Whole of Government Planning with over 29 Inter-Agency partners. Prior to his assignment at the National Counter- Terrorism Center, LTG Kearney was the Deputy Commander of the United States Special Operations Command.
Secretary Dalton and Lieutenant General Kearney join Hon. George Foresman and Mr. Ken Mortensen on TeraDact's Advisory Board. Mr. Foresman is currently serving as President of Secure Mountain (www.securemountain.com ) and previously served first as Undersecretary for Preparedness and then as Undersecretary of National Protection and Programs for the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under President Bush. Mr. Mortensen is currently serving as Chief Privacy Officer of CVS Caremark and previously served as the Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer at the U.S. Department of Justice and Deputy Chief Privacy Officer at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security under President Bush. "We are thrilled to have the privilege of announcing the addition of Secretary Dalton and General Kearney to our Advisory Board. Their experiences, along with those of Messrs. Foresman and Mortensen, provide TeraDact's Advisory Board with extensive knowledge and experience in the primary areas of TeraDact's current market focus: Government, Financial Services and Healthcare," states Chris Schrichte, TeraDact's CEO.
TeraDact Solutions' toolset challenges current sensitive document and information management and sharing policies. Its technology allows information managers to check, version, and release the right information to the right audience at the right time, with sensitive information not appropriate for the recipient, having been redacted. TeraDact is headquartered in Missoula, MT with offices in Washington, DC and Edmonton, Alberta. For more information, please visit www.teradact.com.
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