SafeToNet, a global technology giant dedicated to making the digital world safer for children to explore and enjoy, today announced the launch of its U.S. headquarters in Silicon Valley.
The firm has also announced the appointment of Randi Paikoff Feigin as chief executive officer of the Americas.
On the heels of closing an $8.7M oversubscribed Series A funding round this summer and launching its AI-based real-time safeguarding software in Europe and the Middle East, SafeToNet is expanding its sights and presence to the Americas.
Richard Pursey, founder and group chief executive officer of SafeToNet, said,
“Our mission is to enhance online safety for the world’s children by deploying our intelligent safeguarding keyboard to help them become healthier, happier digital citizens, so I am delighted to welcome Randi to SafeToNet and announce the establishment of our U.S. headquarters in Silicon Valley.
“Given Randi’s deep understanding of the telecommunications industry and her personal passion for child safety, she is the ideal executive to develop the business relationships that will drive rapid SafeToNet adoption throughout the Americas,” he added.
During her 25-year career Feigin has served in executive leadership positions at tech companies ranging from venture-backed startups to global public companies.
She has over 20 years of telecommunications industry experience. She served as general manager of strategic alliances and vice president of business transformation at Juniper Networks and led investor relations at both Cisco and StrataCom. Feigin also served on the board of Extreme Networks from 2014 to 2016.
“I intend to make SafeToNet a household name in the Americas. Our mission of improving online safety for children is critical and safeguarding children across online messaging platforms without sacrificing their privacy is absolutely the right approach.
“Young digital citizens use their mobile devices constantly, but many of them need advice and guidance to communicate with others in a safe and healthy manner. That’s exactly what SafeToNet does,” Feigin added.
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