RackTop Systems is the pioneer of CyberConverged™ data security, a new market that fuses data storage with advanced security and compliance into a single platform. Its high-performance Network-Attached Storage (NAS) platform with embedded security, compliance and encryption empowers both government and commercial organizations by protecting data where it resides without the cost, complexity and security vulnerabilities of traditional bolt-on software solutions. Headquartered in Fulton, Md., RackTop was founded in 2010 by veterans of the U.S. intelligence community who have been solving the most complex data and security problems for more than two decades. RackTop’s technology has been deployed at numerous organizations in a variety of industries worldwide, including government/DoD/public sector, media/advertising and entertainment, financial services, health care, higher education and life sciences.
Eric Bednash is the CEO and co-founder of RackTop Systems. He has spent the past 19 years as an innovator and entrepreneur, designing products and solutions to solve challenging Extreme Data problems. He has co-founded prior companies focused on delivering IT based services and products within the DoD Intel and Financial communities. Eric is the creator of the myRack orchestration framework, and leads the strategic vision for RackTop’s data storage and management products.
Jonathan Halstuch is the Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of RackTop Systems. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech and holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering as well as a master’s degree in engineering and technology management from George Washington University. With over 15-years of experience working for the federal government as an engineer, technologist, and manager he has a broad range of experience. Jonathan hopes to help all organizations and their customers by providing them the most efficient and secure data management solution that accelerates the organization’s operations and reduces the burden on admins, users and executives.