Defencely Hailed by Apple at its 2013 Web Server Security Acknowledgments Page

Defencely Final logoAnother proud moment and a great achievement for the entire Defencely team once again. We were recently hailed at Apple Hall of Fame security page, dedicated to the company’s Web Server Application section.

The tremendous part of this announcement is that Defencely was acknowledged twice in the 2013 acknowledgements section, and ALSO once back in 2012. Special thanks goes to Tushar R. Kumbhare for not only making this possible, but for monitoring the entire incident and concluding it in the most professional manner.

Defencely Acknowledged at Apple Hall of Fame Security Webpage

For obvious reasons we cannot disclose the exact nature of these vulnerabilities – We have to abide by confidentiality policies to a great extent. However, if you are an online business owner, a webmaster or a popular blog owner, feel free to contact Defencely representatives any time. We would love to assess and report your website’s state of security to you as soon as possible.

Defencely Team Extends a Warm Welcome to Robert Clarke – Vice President Sales & Customer Success (North America)

Robert Clarke - Vice President Sales and Customer Success DefencelyAfter months of rigorously working at its forefronts, Defencely takes utmost pleasure in announcing that yet another ace of spade has joined our panel of experts. Meet Robert Clarke as he is going to be maintaining his position at Defencely as the company’s Vice President (for) Sales & Customer Success (North America).

Robert has been and still is associated with Op-Ed; a Digital Marketing Agency from Canada, which in fact is one of the biggest online marketing firms right now. He is a fine example of a person who took off as a copywriter and remarkably honed his skills to take him to the highest levels of any company he ever had the opportunity of working with.

At Defencely, Robert, alongside his subordinates, is going to expand our sales operations, marketing parameters and brand name amongst all kinds of prospects across (and beyond) North American territories. Already, a staggering number of opportunities and marketing vistas have opened up after Robert joined our company.

Robert, we welcome you aboard with the intent of investing in a long term business relationship. Today is a great day indeed. Let this moment commemorate a time when Defencely began to spread its wings across the globe as the next gen security services provider online.

We Welcome Chris Barnes to Defencely as the Chief Marketing Officer (North America)

Chris Barnes - Defencely Chief Marketing OfficerI take great pleasure in announcing today that Chris Barnes has joined the ranks of the elites at Defencely Cloud Security Pvt. Ltd. In his role as the company’s Chief Marketing Officer, Mr. Barnes will be flaunting is skills for marketing, client acquisition, social media optimization and for many other tasks that are lined up ahead of us.

Chris holds his position at Op-Ed, one of the biggest Digital Marketing Agencies from Canada, as a seasoned marketing enthusiast and as one of the founding fathers of the company itself. However, to say that marketing is his only forte would not be an accurate statement on our part.

He is an accredited Google Adwords partner, while holding certification as Bing Accredited Professional. We are looking forward to a healthy long lasting relationship with Chris. The man is known for his belief in simplicity – so much so that his unusual approach to online marketing has been reputed to affect business expansion for some of the most notable names of the industry.

We hope and wish to see the same results where Chris will be working his magic for Defencely in years to come.


Nokia Acknowledges Defencely in 2013 Hall of Fame Section Three Times

We believe that good luck always comes in multiples. You don’t believe so? How about the fact that Nokia has been acknowledging Defencely Cloud Security Services for not only one, but three months in a row now (i.e. February 2013, March 2013 and April 2013)

What’s more invigorating for all of us is that these acknowledgements are from their 2013 Hall of Fame security webpage, depicting that even in this time and age, a company as ginormous as Nokia still believes on 3rd party security service providers.