Tim Keeler, Founder and CEO, worked at Genentech/Roche from 2000 to 2012 and was a leader on the Security Incident Response Team. After this experience, Tim moved deeper into the Enterprise Security realm, leaving Roche in 2012 to focus on security consulting. His clients included UCSF, Genentech/Roche, Gilead Sciences and CardioDX. Tim is a GX-certified Security Incident Handler and earned his GX Security Leadership Certification (GSLC) from GIAC. Tim holds US Department of Defense Level 3 8750 IAT and 8750 IAM Management certifications; CHFI (Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator) from EC Council and a certification as a CCFE (Certified Computer Forensics Examiner) from IACRB. Tim was published in the eForensics Magazine in 2013.
Remediant delivers enterprise-class cybersecurity solutions that enable real-time monitoring, zero trust protection of privileged accounts and Just-In-Time Administration (JITA) across IT/Security ecosystems. We protect organizations from data theft via stolen credentials, which is the #1 attack vector across all breaches.
While the threat landscape continues to evolve significantly, the provider landscape has not. Remediant was created by Tim Keeler and Paul Lanzi in response to changing security needs. SecureONE was developed because available security solutions offered insufficient protection against the increasing threat of state-sponsored attacks. Because most data breaches involve a compromised privilege account at some point in the attack chain, Remediant understands the crucial role privilege access plays in security.
Since 1996, every Privileged Access Management solution on the market has been built on top of the concept of a password vault. SecureONE is the first PAM solution to bring the ease of an agent-less and vault-less approach, while also delivering continuous detection of new privileged access across the enterprise. Based on a Zero-trust model, SecureONE ensures privileged access is precisely allocated and continuously inventoried by granting privileged access on a Just-In-Time, Just-Enough basis using two-factor authentication.