StrataFusion Expands Cybersecurity Expertise with Addition of Industry Veteran
As business technology solutions evolve through digital transformation, so does the need to secure the global enterprise. Successful digital transformation and enterprise security requires a trusted architect. Erich Escobar joins StrataFusion’s cybersecurity practice as a principal focusing on some of the most pressing security and privacy needs business leaders have today.
Erich is a systems engineering architect with more than 30 years of experience at some of the world’s most well-known brands, across a variety of industries. His expertise spans from program and project management to enterprise, data and security architecture, security compliance, and associated implementations. He has been consistently recognized for his proven leadership, excellent decision-making, effective problem solving, collaboration, and ability to work across multiple organizations and time zones, as well as his ability to develop effective strategies and deploy global mission-critical systems.
“Cybersecurity has never been more important to business as it is today,” SFG Partner Ken Crafford said. “Erich brings incredible real-world insight and expertise to StrataFusion to help our clients secure their enterprises, ensure regulatory compliance and effectively navigate the quickly-changing business landscape.”
Prior to joining the SFG team, Erich worked with industry-leading companies like Juniper Networks, Lockheed Martin, Gap and West Marine, where he masterfully led efforts to partner with and engage cross-functional teams to ensure compliance to industry and company standards. His focus has always been centered around creating a collaborative environment that connects a shared vision to meet the business objectives for functionality, schedule, cost and technical complexity.
Erich earned his degree in mathematics from University of Washington and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with an ITIL Foundation Certification.