SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--New Context, the leading provider of Lean Security for software and infrastructure development, today announced that the company has appointed Herb Kelsey as chief technology officer, where he will help New Context and its clients build, scale and architect the most advanced data solutions for critical infrastructure.
“New Context is working to bring the brightest minds in the industry together to solve core infrastructure challenges that are important for the advancement and protection of our society,” said Daniel Riedel, CEO of New Context. “His expertise in building large, sophisticated and secure systems fits perfectly with our Lean Security model, and we look forward to being able to leverage Mr. Kelsey’s experience to continue to better our company, services and products.”
Kelsey has 20-plus years building cloud, network security, virtualization, data management, predictive analytics and cybersecurity. Through various chief architect roles, he has been responsible for the largest, most technologically diverse and secure infrastructures in the world. His experience includes the integration and capability delivery of multiple U.S. intelligence agency mission environments, including the NSA; NCTC; CIA; FBI; NGA; DISA; and the Air Force, as well as major commercial entities such as Bank of America, Charles Schwab, General Motors and GTech as an executive consultant for IBM.
Kelsey added: "I look forward to working with New Context to bring their Lean Security model and other innovations to financial services, industrial, Internet of Things and additional markets."
Kelsey attended both Stanford University and the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.
About New Context
New Context delivers Lean Security™ through hands-on technical and management consulting. We are a team of experts with extensive backgrounds in information security and scalable, secure application development. Our tools and processes streamline development frameworks to ensure transparent and secure IT software development within DevOps processes. New Context is headquartered in San Francisco.