LACEY, Wash., June 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — iSign International Inc. is pleased to announce that Dr. Keith Fuller has agreed to renew his appointment to iSign’s Advisory Board. Dr. Fuller brings a diverse background to the role, having worked in the IT sector, conducted research into the corporate adoption of IS process standards, taught at the undergraduate and graduate level at some of Canada’s top universities, and represented Canada in international standards work in his area of expertise.
Dr. Fuller has worked in the IT sector for over thirty-five years including consulting engagements at Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Motorola, Microsoft, American General Life Insurance, Tribune Media Services, and Starbucks. He also held salaried positions including CIO and CTO in IT start-ups, and CISO in an established integrated communications company. In 2000 he took a sabbatical to enter the Ph.D. program at the University of British Columbia. His Ph.D. research focused on quality and process standards in the software and systems engineering area. After completing his Ph.D., he spent fifteen years teaching project management and relational database design at the University of Toronto.
He has held a part-time appointment to the Standards Council of Canada for over ten years and represents Canada on ISO working groups dealing with Information Systems software development process standards including the ISO 15504 and 33000 families of standards. Presently, Dr. Fuller manages a consulting practice in Vancouver, Canada.
Dr. Fuller stated, “I am very pleased that iSign has asked me to renew my appointment to their Advisory Board. In the past two years, I have seen the company grow from having great ideas to their present position with a solid portfolio of products and an established customer base. Their products are innovative and are focused on internet security – a market that is growing at a rapid rate. Their early success is indicative of the strength of their product offerings and the marketplace’s recognition of the unique value that the products have. It is an exciting time in this sector, and I look forward to continuing to provide oversight and advice in the areas of software and systems integration processes and information security.”
Commenting on the appointment, Gerard Munera, the Chairman of iSign International, said, “Keith has been instrumental to our early market success as we reinvent multi-factor authentication and cybersecurity in general. I look forward to his continued invaluable contribution as we blaze new trails in our fight against hackers.”