Six Months a Guardian

Last week marked my six-month anniversary at Code42, and I couldn’t be prouder of our teams – what we’re focused on doing, our vision for where we’re going and what I know we’re going to do in the future. We are pouring blood, sweat and tears into creating a safer future for our customers’ ideas, a protected world for our users and a world of growth for those bold organizations that embrace innovation, forging a new future in their respective industries.

To our administrators: If you think about the change that we’ve endured in the past five years, it’s shocking. We’ve been asked to embrace mobility, cloud, virtualization, containerization, the server-less world, Infrastructure as a Service, Software as a Service, identity, federated authentication and compliance. It’s seemingly been an endless sea of changes, and the plight we’ve all faced is only compounded by the reality of data darkness we live in. However, Code42 is here to help.

To our users: Our teams here truly believe your ideas are beautiful and important. We wake up daily determined to figure out new ways to protect them. We recognize how every individual contributes to the greater growth of their organization. We’re here to keep your ideas safe, allowing you to contribute at your absolute best.

To the security teams that rely on Code42 to defend your organizations from the endless darkness of the cybersecurity world we live in: Realize that if there was a magic switch on the wall to dispel the data darkness, we’d flip it to let in the light. We know you and your users are under constant assault from individuals who seek to steal, ransom and destroy the ideas that will grow your organization. We’ve made countless changes to increase our defenses of your data and to stay one step ahead of those who seek to destroy or hold captive your value. We’re a partner in this journey.

– Rob

P.S. – Last, but not least, to my fellow guardians: Thank you for an amazing first six months. You have done incredible work and I’m so proud of the work we’re doing to make the world a safer place.