Glacier Named Finalist for Cybersecurity Company to Watch Award in Maryland

By on March 7, 2018 in Press

Glacier Security, Inc., the company revolutionizing the way organizations deploy, communicate, and manage their digital presence in high threat environments was named a finalist for the Cybersecurity Company to Watch Award in Maryland. Glacier is honored to be recognized in the Maryland/D.C. area among such companies as Loki Labs and The CyberWire.

This award highlights an emerging Maryland company that provides a cybersecurity product or service, has displayed exceptional vision and demonstrated plans for exponential future growth.

​Glacier Security Talks Evolving Networks with

By on September 28, 2016 in Press

Technology has advanced and evolved dramatically over the past couple decades – with the pace showing no signs of slowing any time soon. While there’s no denying the incredible benefits this has provided, including enhanced communication and greater access to information for all, it’s also brought about very serious new challenges. Perhaps the most pressing of these is the serious new risks to personal security, IP, and trade secrets. So, perhaps it’s a testament to human ingenuity that the team at Glacier Security is using technology to solve the problems posed by technology in the first place.

“Glacier security is a full service provider of secure communications solutions with both mobile and wired solutions,” said Glacier Security COO Jason Perzanowski in a recent interview with Broadcast Contributor Silvia Davi. “What we do with that is, we empower our clients to communicate securely throughout nations all over the world, and what this allows them to do is protect their data, their communications, intellectual property, and any other things they may want to protect within their business.”

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Glacier visits NYC

By on September 28, 2016 in Press

Glacier attended the Nasdaq Opening Bell ceremony as Fiserv celebrated thirty years on the exchange. While in NYC, Glacier Chief Operating Officer, Jason Perzanowski and Principal Systems Engineer, Alex White spoke with Silvia Davi of about mobile security and emerging technologies.

Glacier Security Announced Winner of Chesapeake Innovation Center Challenge

By on July 26, 2016 in Press

Odenton, Maryland – (July 26, 2016) from Chesapeake Innovation Center – Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh welcomed nine new companies to the county’s technology incubator, the Chesapeake Innovation Center (CIC). The companies were winners of the CIC’s recent scholarship competition the Chesapeake Innovation Challenge. Funding for the competition was made possible with support from the Maryland Department of Commerce.

Mr. Schuh attended the CIC’s monthly Synergy Luncheon, typically billed as an informal get-together for member companies. He highlighted steps taken by his administration to grow the number of businesses in the county. Mr. Schuh participated in a question and answer session with the entrepreneurs in attendance where his prior experience as an investment banker gave him a unique perspective.

“As Anne Arundel County is the home to Fort Meade and the nation’s cyber security efforts, I am proud to welcome a new cohort of emerging technology companies that will part of our innovation community,” said Mr. Schuh. “I am confident that with the business development guidance offered here at the CIC and the support of resources and connections in the Fort Meade region and around the State of Maryland, these early stage ventures will be able to take significant steps towards success.”

Michael Tentnowski, the CIC Executive Director, commented “The addition of this new round of companies will enhance entrepreneurial activities in the region. These companies will hire new employees, seek local capital, and engage with professional service providers throughout the region.” With the addition of these nine companies to the CIC’s current roster of companies, the center now has 16 companies and continues its specialized incubation of companies developing information and network security solutions. Eight of the Innovation Challenge winners are cyber-related businesses with a number of the entrepreneurs having government agency experience. Other innovations represented include point-to-point communications, health technologies and a project management platform. Chesapeake Innovation Challenge winners include the following: