iSign International adds to advisory board
21 August 2017 14:46 GMT

Biometric signature firm iSign International has strengthened its board of advisors.

Dr. Alvin Rohrs, a figure in the NGO not-for -profit sector, has joined the board, with the firm saying he will introduce iSign's digital security solutions to and prevent the hacking of the many companies, universities, government agencies and other organizations he has relationships with.

In 2016 Dr. Rohrs retired after serving 34 years as the CEO of Enactus. Enactus is an international NGO with a mission to bring university students, academic, and business leaders together to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world through entrepreneurial action.

Dr. Rohrs was recognized by Inc. magazine and Ernst &Young as the National Entrepreneur of the Year Supporter of Entrepreneurship in 1995 and he has been close to the start-up community since.

"Having been connected to the startup community for many years I was extremely impressed with iSign International's digital security solutions when we first met and it has been quite amazing to see the many advances they have made to improve all of their products since. It is exciting to partner with iSign to help introduce their incredible cybersecurity products to businesses, organizations and consumers. Preventing hacking and giving individuals and companies the ability to choose who is allowed into their computers will save these organizations and individuals millions of dollars and is a great win for personal privacy and freedom. It is the cybersecurity solution America and the World has been looking for," said Dr. Rohrs.

Commenting on the partnership, Gerard Munera, the Chairman of iSign International . said, "We are thrilled that Dr. Rohrs is going to contribute to our company his exceptional experience and leadership. His global network of trusted business, government and NGO relationships he has been building over the years is quite remarkable and will help us accelerate the success of iSign Inetrnational."