DAtAnchor is pleased to announce the appointment of Eric Flecher as Head of Product. Eric will oversee DAtAnchor’s market creation, customer initiation and feedback, and shape the development of new products accordingly. As a member of the executive team, he will work directly with DAtAnchor’s founder and CEO, Emre Koksal.
“I look forward to working with such a talented, entrepreneurial minded team,” said Flecher. “DAtAnchor’s unique capabilities allow organizations to rethink their experience with data. With our technology, business can now focus on value creation as opposed to fear-driven constraints.”
Eric joins DAtAnchor with over 10 years of technical and strategic development experience in building Technology and Software Platforms. Most recently he served as a Product and Executive Strategy Consultant at Pillar, Inc., which was recently acquired by Accenture Industry X.O.
DAtAnchor is a disruptive data security solution that provides seamless and easy to use embedded data encryption, automated data governance, and dynamic access control and revocation capabilities, enabling businesses to protect their sensitive data, even when it may be seized by attackers. DAtAnchor is a comprehensive solution, protecting all data types, along with any application used to secure data. Cloud-based with iOS and Android mobile apps yields easy and intuitive set up and seamless integration with any existing cloud-based security solution or cloud storage system. DAtAnchor allows security to travel with the data and substantially reduces the overhead associated with compliance, including HIPAA, GDPR, NIST, etc.
DAtAnchor, Inc. is based in Columbus, Ohio. The founder and CEO, Emre Koksal, has a PhD from MIT and is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Ohio State. In conjunction with his time at MIT Lincoln Labs, he helped build Sycamore Networks Intelligent Optical Transport Node. He also has several patents/technologies being commercialized by other companies. DAtAnchor’s Board has taken several cybersecurity and technology companies public, such as Baracuda Networks and Infinera, and sold companies to SAP, Dell, Cisco, and Oracle among others.