GreyHeller Appoints New Executive Director of Security Solutions
Organizations seek protection of their Oracle PeopleSoft applications from cybercrime
July 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Today, GreyHeller announced the hiring of Greg Wendt as the Executive Director of Security Solutions to further develop GreyHeller’s security products suite and to work directly with Oracle’s PeopleSoft customers to protect their sensitive data from cybercrime. In his role, Wendt will assume oversight of the security platform and operations, with responsibility for product and customer solutions. “I believe Oracle’s PeopleSoft is the best ERP system on the planet. I’ve worked with the platform since 2009 and with GreyHeller since 2011 when we implemented GreyHeller’s mobile and security systems at TCU. GreyHeller is well positioned to help organizations extend their investment in PeopleSoft,” said Greg.
Wendt is a recognized leader in PeopleSoft application architecture, data security and business operations and comes to GreyHeller with more than 17 years of experience. Greg has held top technology positions at industry-leading organizations, including RadioShack and Texas Christian University (TCU). “Greg has extensive experience as a PeopleSoft security expert. Together, we understand what is needed to help protect PeopleSoft users from cybercrime. We expect to establish GreyHeller’s security software suite as the de facto standard for protecting customers’ PeopleSoft systems,” stated Hendrix Bodden, GreyHeller’s CEO.
"Greg has extensive experience as a PeopleSoft security expert. Together, we understand what is needed to help protect PeopleSoft users from cybercrime. We expect to establish GreyHeller's security software suite as the de facto standard for protecting customers' PeopleSoft systems."
Wendt led implementations and PeopleSoft upgrades at TCU and RadioShack and the implementation of GreyHeller at TCU. He served as the Chairman of HEUG Tag (Technical Advisory Group), an international organization consisting of Higher Education institutions that use Oracle application software and helps guide its members on product strategy. As a certified ethical hacker, Greg has taught numerous criminal justice and cyber security courses focusing on hacking techniques. “I look forward to helping PeopleSoft customers understand their security risks and to developing tools to resolve these risks. Cyber criminals have figured out that ERP systems store as much sensitive information as do banks. I am honored to join GreyHeller in its mission to protect PeopleSoft customers from criminal breach,” said Wendt.
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