About Support Intelligence
Support Intelligence is a network security company located in San Francisco, California. The company was founded in 2006 on the premise that malicious network activity can best be controlled by applying modern machine learning algorithms to large volumes of aggregated traffic data.
Our mission is to protect your privacy by keeping your network clean, secure, and free of compromised hosts. We do this by providing high quality, actionable information on malicious network activity so you can protect your customers and employees from harm.
Our work targets the highly distributed nature of internet abuse in all its forms and is built to the specific needs of organizations running mission critical, professional grade networks.
For more information on how Support Intelligence can help your organization keep its systems and data secure please contact us today.
About the Principals
Rick Wesson CEO is also the CEO of Alice's Registry which he founded in 1999 to fund open-source
software development. Rick has built the technology back-ends for many ICANN accredited registrars in the past ten years. Rick has
served as the Vice Chair and CTO of ICANN's Registrars' Constituency and has also served as a member of ICANN's Security and
Stability Committee. Alice's registry was the first (and only) registrar to deploy into the .ORG DNSSEC testbed. Allowing the
first and only production DNSSEC registrar environment. Rick also served as the Vice-President of the Board of Directors for the
Santa Cruz Community Credit Union, the Nations second largest Community Development Credit union where he sat on the Credit and
Finance Committees. He believes strongly in community development and financial literacy for both physical and internet communities.
Adam Waters COO comes to Support Intelligence with an extensive background in IP networking,
routing, and large scale network operation. Adam served as VP of Engineering for iAsiaWorks (NASDAQ: IAWK) where he oversaw
network design and deployment in seven countries across Asia Pacific simultaneously. Additionally, Adam served on the Technical
Advisory Committee to the CalREN2 Internet2 network, as Chief Network Engineer for GeoNet Communications (acquired by Level3),
as CEO of Vedacore, an ICANN accredited registrar (acquired by Enom), in network operations for InterNex Information Systems
(acquired by NTT), and as a technical consultant for Newbridge Capital, iVillage, the San Francisco Chronicle, and others. Adam
holds a BA with honors in intellectual history from UC Santa Cruz, and an MBA from UC Davis Graduate School of Management.