DB Networks Names Database Security Veteran Gerry D’Agostino as VP of Business Development -- DB Networks’ Leadership Team Grows as Company Appoints Former RiskIQ and CebaTech Executive
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 19, 2014 -- DB Networks, an innovator of behavioral analysis in database security
, today announced the appointment of information
security industry veteran Gerry D’Agostino as Vice President of Business Development. In this role, Mr. D’Agostino will be responsible for the overall management of DB Networks’ business development organization, including strategic partnerships, OEMs and channel development.
“Gerry brings a wealth of information security domain experience and relationships from across a number of industries to DB Networks,” said Brett Helm, Chairman and CEO of DB Networks. “Gerry will play a critical role in diversifying our business strategy and accelerating growth. We are thrilled to have Gerry join our team as we drive the adoption of behavioral analysis-based intelligent security products.”
Mr. D’Agostino joined DB Networks from RiskIQ where he was VP of Sales. Prior to RiskIQ he was Vice President Sales & Business Development at CebaTech. Mr. D’Agostino joined CebaTech from Hifn where he served as Senior Director, Business Development. Mr. D’Agostino is an early-stage veteran having previously served in executive positions in several startups. He holds a BA degree in Political Science from Miami University.
About DB Networks
DB Networks is an innovating behavioral analysis technology provider in the field of database security. Developed for organizations that need to protect their data from advanced attacks, including Zero-Day attacks, DB Networks offers effective countermeasures against SQL injection and database Denial of Service attacks. Database attacks happen rapidly -- in a matter of minutes -- and bypass traditional perimeter security measures. DB Networks’ unique approach uses behavioral analysis technology to automatically learn each application’s proper SQL statement behavior. Any SQL statement dispatched from the application that deviates from the established behavioral model, such as a SQL injection attack, immediately raises an alarm. DB Networks is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, see http://www.dbnetworks.com, or call (800) 598-0450.