OTTAWA — Ottawa-based Feenics Inc., an access control as a service (ACaaS) provider, has named Hanna Farah its new chief technology officer.
Farah has a doctorate in computer and electrical engineering and has published practical research in data privacy and security.
Most recently, Farah was a manager at Deloitte where he advised technology companies on incentive programs in research and experimental development. Farah also has expertise in the mobile development industry.
“We’re poised to move forward and to continue to innovate at a different, higher level,” said Sam Shalaby, CEO of Feenics, in a prepared statement. “With the hiring of Hanna Farah and his expertise in software engineering and other critical competencies we are reaffirming our commitment to the end-user and to providing the highest levels of ACaaS technology.”
Farah said, “I’m excited to bring my expertise to product development at Feenics, where we want to ensure our platform is ready to bring our users into the future. Initially, I’ll be learning more about the Feenics user so we can better understand their needs and deliver solutions beyond their expectations.”
Feenics is the maker of Keep, a cloud-hosted ACaaS platform.
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