GSN’s Homeland Security Awards for the second year in a row, beating out rivals for the top spot of this premier federal award.Centrify, delivering Zero Trust Security through the power of Next-Gen Access, was overnight named the Platinum winner for Best Identity Management Platform category of
Now in its ninth year, the GSN Homeland Security Awards are judged from a combination of client organisation, technological innovation or improvement, filling a recognised US government IT security need and flexibility of a solution to meet current and future organisational needs.
Centrify chief executive officer Tom Kemp said it was an honour to be recognised by GSN for the second year in a row. “Our customers’ businesses are a combination of cloud, on-premises and mobile or all the above — which means traditional perimeter-based security is no longer an option,” he said.
Australian battery company Redflow Limited has achieved a second manufacturing milestone by successfully producing the first battery electrode stacks from its new factory in Thailand.
The battery stack is a critical part of the Redflow ZBM2 zinc-bromine flow battery, containing electrodes that charge and discharge the battery by “plating” and “deplating” zinc on a membrane - a process that can sustain 10 kilowatt-hours of energy storage capacity throughout the battery’s operating life. Redflow produced its first battery components from the factory last month.
ASX-listed Redflow (ASX: RFX) reports that the factory has set up and qualified its battery stack machines and processes, optimising them for Thai environmental conditions.
Redflow Limited Managing Director and CEO Richard Aird said assembly of the battery stacks in Thailand had gone according to plan. “The manufacturing team is very happy with the consistent quality and acceptable yield metrics of the stack line,” he said.
Australian battery company Redflow Limited (ASX: RFX) has recruited senior financial executive and director Jenny Macdonald to its board as it prepares to start production in Thailand.
Sydney-based Ms Macdonald has extensive experience working for ASX-listed and global companies at the CFO and general management level. She is on the board and audit committee of API, the parent company of Priceline Pharmacy, Soul Pattinson Chemist and Pharmacist Advice. Previous roles include non-executive director for hipages and Fitted for Work; CFO and interim CEO at Helloworld Limited; and CFO and General Manager International with REA Group.
Earlier this year, the Redflow board appointed former Santos Managing Director and CEO David Knox as a non-executive director and experienced public company director and former Qantas general counsel Brett Johnson as its independent non-executive chairman.
Brett Johnson said recruiting Jenny Macdonald demonstrated the company’s commitment to continued board renewal. “Jenny brings a proven track record in formulating and implementing strategy and maximising the operational efficiency of a company,” he said.