Appointment of Don Gray as Chief Technology Officer

Published on: September 19th, 2018

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Francesco Trama
As Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Francesco is responsible for the overall operating performance, leading the strategic direction of the company’s products and solutions internally while building technical and business credibility externally as a market-facing thought leader.

Don Gray
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — PacketViper, LLC., a provider of proactive cybersecurity solutions, announced today the appointment of Don Gray as Chief Technology Officer effective immediately.

Gray will be responsible for the continued development of the PacketViper technology roadmap, harnessing his extensive experience in cybersecurity software strategy and technology development. He is regularly quoted in the media as an information security expert and has been a frequent speaker at industry events including Gartner Security Summit, Forrester Security Forum, and RSA.

“We are thrilled to have Don Gray join our leadership team as Chief Technology Officer,” commented Francesco Trama, CEO and Founder. “Don has a wealth of industry knowledge and extensive experience in creating security innovations that solve important problems for enterprises of all sizes. We are confident that Don and his team will have great success in driving our technology vision forward.”

With over 20 years of senior-level leadership experience, the security industry knows Don Gray as the founder and CTO of the MSSP Vigilantminds and a top executive and security strategist at NTT Security, Inc.

“I’m excited to be involved with such a disruptive technology,” noted Gray. “PacketViper is uniquely poised to help enterprises meet their increasing security requirements and proactively address the rapidly changing threat landscape all while reducing security-related costs.”

In his new role, Gray will be based in the PacketViper Pittsburgh headquarters. He holds a BS in Business Admin/Computer Science from the California University of PA where he also volunteers as an industry advisor for the College of Science and Technology