Roland Cloutier, vice president and chief security officer at Automatic Data Processing, Inc., has joined the board of the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The NCSA is a non-profit that looks to enhance public-private partnerships in the field of cybersecurity, bringing together members of industry, government, academia and non-profit organizations.
The NCSA board also includes representatives from AT&T, Cisco, Google, McAfee, Microsoft, EMC, SAIC and Symantec.The NCSA helps to spearhead “National Cybersecurity Awareness Month” which takes place in October.
“ADP’s network of hundreds of thousands of business clients provides us with an immense opportunity to help our nation’s small- to medium-sized businesses protect their employees, customers and partners,” said Michael Kaiser, executive director of NCSA. “We look forward to partnering with ADP to strengthen our education and awareness efforts.”
“ADP is one of the world’s largest business-to-business Software as a Service providers and we are committed to using the latest security protocols to protect our clients and their data,” said Roland Cloutier. “On behalf of ADP, I am honored to be part of the National Cyber Security Alliance’s board to help further their mission to empower organizations to protect themselves online.”