Zartech’s CEO & Founder Abu Sadeq Recognized on Forbes ‘Next 1000’ List
Global business media brand Forbes announced on Tuesday that Abu Sadeq, CEO & Founder of Zartech, has been selected for the inaugural Forbes Next 1000 list. Forbes Next 1000 recognizes America’s top “innovators and inspiring small business leaders from all backgrounds and industries who are redefining what it means to build and run a business.” Sadeq is amongst the first 250 honorees to be announced and has been featured in the “Enterprise Technology” category for his work transforming the information security risk management in the digital age.
Zartech helps organizations improve their cyber security defenses, reduce business risk, and meet regulatory compliance needs. Zartech’s innovative governance, risk and compliance (IT GRC) solution, Cyberator’s holistic & fully integrated approach to risk and compliance helps organizations act upon vulnerabilities in line with their risk tolerance and policies. It can take a 360 degree view of an organization’s cybersecurity program in areas such as people, process and technology utilization and provide quantifiable maturity scores on their entire program, along with a comprehensive remediation plan to address the identified gaps.
“I’m humbled and honored to be recognized on the Forbes Next 1000 list,” said Sadeq. “I founded Zartech with a mission to help organizations improve their cybersecurity defenses, and I couldn’t be more proud and enthusiastic about the work we do to help organizations reduce their cyber risk and thrive into the future.”
Forbes’ recognition of Sadeq’s work at Zartech and many other thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and disruptors in the “Enterprise Technology” category is a testament to the fast-paced innovation that’s reshaping information security. Software industries are fertile ground for new ideas and new business models, and the leaders included on Forbes’ Next 1000 list will play an active role in reimagining what lies ahead for the information technology space.
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