“ThreatAdvice is pleased to be part of the UCF Business Incubator Soft Landing Program in the Central Florida Research Park and excited to expand to the Orlando area,” said David Brasfield, chief executive officer of ThreatAdvice.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB)
December 06, 2017
ThreatAdvice (threatadvice.com) a Birmingham, Ala.-based provider of cybersecurity education and awareness is expanding to open a new location in Orlando, Fla. ThreatAdvice was accepted into the University of Central Florida Business Incubation Soft Landing Program at the Central Florida Research Park and opened its first office there December 1st.
Initially ThreatAdvice plans to hire developers from the University of Central Florida population with both artificial intelligence and blockchain experience as it pertains to the cybersecurity space. These new hires will supplement ThreatAdvice’s current development efforts in those areas.
ThreatAdvice also plans to staff the Orlando office with inside sales representatives who will expand sales into the local defense industry as well as other Central Florida industry sectors that need to implement an offensive strategy against cyberattacks.
“ThreatAdvice is the type of company that our program seeks to support to help create a more vibrant economic base with a greater number of high impact jobs in the community,” said Dr. Tom O’Neal, executive director of the UCF Incubation Program.
In addition to providing cyber security education, ThreatAdvice assists in the creation of a cyber risk profile using tools that include an external network scan, an email exposure scan, and a phishing simulator. ThreatAdvice members receive customizable sample policies and awareness campaigns that can be utilized to further educate employees and shared with clients. ThreatAdvice also provides a cybersecurity hot line to support members, staffed by experienced telephone professionals that provide cybersecurity consulting support skills.
“ThreatAdvice is pleased to be part of the UCF Business Incubator Soft Landing Program in the Central Florida Research Park and excited to expand to the Orlando area,” said David Brasfield, chief executive officer of ThreatAdvice. “Central Florida is a low-cost location and operations area with a large concentration of technology…