President, NCoded, a DEFTEC JV | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Peter Rung is President of NCoded, a joint venture between DEFTEC and NCoded Communications. The synergy between a federal sector contractor—DEFTEC Corporation—and a technology and IT security innovator—NCoded Communications—has brought forward a firm in NCoded, a DEFTEC JV. The joint venture delivers secure data-in-motion and data-at-
rest with experienced knowledge in delivering to the federal public sector. Deployment of these solutions have included several DoD and other agencies where government personnel were sent OCONUS, requiring telecommunications signals to be secured and cloaked within the region where personnel are sent.
Mr. Rung is the innovator behind the advanced security solutions. With 40 years of technology and security experience, his inventions are technology game changers that provide the public and private sectors the assurance that although cybersecurity is an ever-evolving threat to our data, there are secure responses to those threats (e.g. triple layer of FIPS 140-2 encryption, multiple factors of dynamically rotating private keys for authentication, etc.) that will thwart the bad actors and disable their ability to continue hacking NCoded-protected solutions beyond the 1st packet of an attack. The innovations have been thoroughly red team tested for several years and are deployed in several TLAs.
Mr. Rung has corporate experience; he was a Member of Technical Staff leadership at AT&T Bell Laboratories, an Executive Director at Swiss Bank Corporation (since merged with UBS), a Director at KPMG Peat Marwick, an Executive Vice-President at Perot Systems (merged with Dell EMC), and President / founder of Adaptive Business Consulting. Following the events of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack, Mr. Rung has dedicated his time to securing data, providing secure perimeters, and innovating methods for a new era of advanced IT security in several startup firms. His focus today is on NCoded to provide secure solutions comprising his innovations for the U.S. government..