September 19, 2018 – Kelowna, B.C., Canada – Hilltop Cybersecurity Inc, (“Hilltop” or the
“Company”) (CSE: CYBX) (OTC: CYBXF), is pleased to announce that Mr. Neiland Wright is joining the board of directors of the Company.
“Hilltop is taking a pioneering role in the application of complex event processing for threat
orchestration. We are exploring such areas as artificial intelligence, deep learning and others
that can effectively address the next generation of cybersecurity challenges. Cybersecurity
requires new and proactive AI techniques that layer knowledge-based systems, probabilistic
reasoning and trust-based Bayesian assessments. Hilltop combines this brand of AI with
blockchain technologies and industrial engineering-style business processes to protect an
organization’s digital assets. “, said Mr Wright.
Neil has extensive experience in distributed computing, analytics and software development
and a West Point Graduate and Former US Army Officer. He is a founder and CTO of Hilltop
Cybersecurity and is responsible for developing the Incident Management and Response
System (IMRS) which serves as the core enabling engine for Hilltop’s Vauban technology
platform. Prior to Hilltop Security, Mr. Wright worked as a developer in the Securities Industry
at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette (DLJ) and as an architect for massively parallel processing
systems for global logistics at UPS. Neil holds a B.S. from the United States Military Academy
at West Point and an M.S. from Stevens Institute of Technology.
About Hilltop Cybersecurity Inc.
Hilltop Cybersecurity is a cybersecurity and cryptocurrency security specialist. The company has developed a unique, patented, cybersecurity platform, designed to protect businesses from external and internal cyber-attack, and has also patented its biometric security solution for cryptocurrencies.
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