HyperQube Hires Jessica Crytzer as Chief Revenue Officer and Kevin Chapman as Chief Technology Officer

New hires will help company meet the intensive need from enterprises and government for better tools to create, develop and distribute virtual infrastructure.

 

Washington, D.C., June 17, 2019 – HyperQube, a web browser-based digitization and virtualization provider, today announced its first two hires following last month’s $500,000 seed round.  Jessica Cryzter, Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) and Kevin Chapman, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), will help the firm expand to meet the growing demand for lightweight virtual infrastructure development technology.

 

As CRO, Crytzer leads, develops, and monitors the company’s sale infrastructure and strategy. Prior to HyperQube, she was the Director of National and Strategic Accounts at ThreatSwitch, during which she helped raised $1.25 million and grew the firm’s team from two to 20 individuals. She also worked for Iron Mountain where she ranked in the top 10% of the organization and helped launch the company’s Enterprise Document Conversion Initiative.

Previously, Crytzer co-founded the Emerging Technology practice at global real estate firm Cresa where she helped position the company’s ability and desire to commit to supporting founders, funders and innovators in the emerging Washington DC technology space.

“We are witnessing first-hand the immense need for lightweight virtual infrastructure technology, a solution that didn’t exist before HyperQube, in enterprises of all industries in order to better protect networks and collaborate with customers and contractors,” said Crytzer. “HyperQube has leveraged something quite powerful and is already helping public and private sector partners improve their cybersecurity systems, build new systems faster, and connect remotely to tackle complex problems all via web browswer. I’m excited to help bring such an important technology to more people.”

 

Stepping into the role as CTO is Kevin Chapman, who leads the company’s technology-based decisions and balances HyperQube’s security, usability and cost. He further assists in the ongoing development of the company’s platform and shapes cyber environments for demonstration. Prior to joining HyberQube, Chapman was a Principal Engineer II at Raytheon, during which he developed and coordinated cyber security training at the Raytheon CODE Center and integrated technologies for the CODE Center cyber range.

Chapman additionally spent time as Senior Systems Administrator for BIS GLOBAL, where he was responsible for management of client production infrastructure and data center systems, and further managed all network security.

 “Hypeqube is not just a disruptive way to test and improve cybersecurity – our products help enterprises improve everything from global remote collaboration with contractors to offering more realistic and targeted demos to potential customers to testing and onboarding potential employees and new hires.,” said Chapman. “The robust use cases for this lightweight virtual machine technology requires not only power, but reliability – and I’m looking forward to both reinforcing stability and helping the company grow and reach more happy users.”

 

About HyperQube
HyperQube technology enables enterprises to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. HyperQube virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and just as easily modified, re-used and shared. Learn more at 
www.hyperqube.io

In the News – DCInno: How HyperQube is Cloning IT Infrastructure for Cisco, Forrester and the U.S. Government

 

May 23, 2019 – So, you’ve got this fancy new cybersecurity technology. Before a virus or cyberattack comes along, how do you know if it works?

Craig Stevenson grappled with the answer to that question while working at Raytheon. He found it effective to make a replica of the company’s network infrastructure, then hurl viruses at it and analyze the response. It worked, but it took weeks to set up just one clone, so the engineer set out on nights and weekends to find a faster solution.

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In the News – Technical.ly DC: HyperQube closes a $500K seed round

 

May 8, 2019 – D.C.-based cybersecurity startup HyperQube has secured a $500,000 seed round with participation from CIT Gap Fund, MACH37, Adam Ghetti, CEO of Ionic Security, Michael Wellman, CEO of Virgil Security, Dmitry Dain, CTO at Virgil and local investor Kathryn Stewart.

The 2017 Mach37 cybersecurity accelerator graduate company allows enterprises to create virtual test environments to see how their IT infrastructures can hold up against cyber attacks. HyperQube officially opened for business and launched its service offerings in March. The company said in a news release that it is using the seed funds to accelerate sales and development and add key hires to the executive team. The company currently has three full-time employees.

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Virtual Infrastructure Provider HyperQube Closes Seed Round of $500k

Virtual Infrastructure Provider HyperQube Closes Seed Round of $500k

HyperQube to use funds to meet immense demand for simplified and automated web-browser based virtualization services.

Washington, D.C., May 8, 2019 – HyperQube, a web browser-based digitization and virtualization provider, has raised a round of seed funding for $500,000. Investors include: Adam Ghetti, CTO, Ionic Security; Michael Wellman, CEO, Virgil Security; Dmitry Dain, CTO, Virgil; MACH37 cybersecurity accelerator; the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) Gap Fund; and local investor Kathryn Stewart. The company is using the funds to accelerate sales and development and add key hires to the executive team.

HyperQube is tackling the lacking or broken existing solutions for virtual infrastructure development by offering enterprises the ability to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. These virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and easily modified, re-used and shared. To accommodate the increasingly cloud-based enterprise, HyperQube unifies the distributed virtual infrastructure ecosystem by radically simplifying and automating the way it is created, distributed, consumed, and stored.

“We are thrilled to have gained the partners and funding that will allow us to meet demand, grow faster and welcome top-grade talent to the executive team,” said HyperQube founder and CEO Craig Stevenson. “Our initial launch proved what we knew to be true from the beginning: There is intensive need from enterprises and government for better tools to create, develop and distribute virtual infrastructures.”

HyperQube has developed personalized products for a variety of C-suite needs and use cases. These solutions include: HyperRange for enterprise to virtual infrastructure development and deployment,  HyperDesign for remote collaboration and HyperSkill for realistic cybersecurity education and training. Learn more at www.hyperqube.io.

About HyperQube
HyperQube technology enables enterprises to quickly and easily build an exact copy of any IT infrastructure. HyperQube virtualized test environments can be built in minutes and just as easily modified, re-used and shared. Learn more at
www.hyperqube.io