Airiam announces new CEO

Airiam, a managed IT and cybersecurity company with a deep focus and expertise on ransomware recovery and resilience, has announced Conor Quinlan CEO.

Airiam, a managed IT and cybersecurity company with a deep focus and expertise on ransomware recovery and resilience, today announced Conor Quinlan as the organisation's CEO.

Quinlan founded and led MePush, a Pennsylvania-based managed service and ransomware incident response services company acquired by Airiam last year. He has a wealth of experience as a tech entrepreneur and has founded, partnered, and co-owned numerous businesses since 2009, including Summit Design Studio, BrightFlow Technologies, and SeventhWall.

Quinlan also served on Airiam’s board of directors after the acquisition.

Quinlan says: “Airiam’s talented and committed team supports small to midsize businesses across the country by strategically meeting their end-to-end critical IT and cybersecurity needs. Our expert team of incident response professionals support companies when they are in the most difficult situations. The responders give their all to recover companies after a cyber incident and then bolster companies' security to prevent incidents from happening again.

“I dreamed of building a company like Airiam for years, and I’m honored to take the helm. I want to continue Airiam’s promise to build resiliency in our clients’ organisations so they won’t experience the pain of ransomware.”

This announcement comes after recent news of Airiam’s acquisition of Vantage Point Solutions Group and the official release of its new quite of AirProducts, a proprietary line designed to deliver enterprise-grade technology, cyber protection, and digital transformation services to SMEs.

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