FREMONT, California, April 18, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ:INVE), a global provider of physical security and secure identification, announced that the Board of Directors appointed Robin R. Braun to be elected as director at the company's annual shareholders meeting on May 29, 2019.
"As Identiv continues to grow in dynamic markets, it is the right time to strengthen our Board." Retired Vice Admiral Braun provides the highest level of independence, integrity and professionalism, and provides extensive information on the critical sector of the federal government. particularly in the Department of Defense (DoD) During the process of working with a leading executive search firm, we had the privilege of speaking with opinion leaders and senior executives in both the government and commercial sectors of the security industry, including presidential candidates, executive directors, and founders of leading companies in our space Our Nominating Committee and our Board universally supported Robin Braun for his exceptional experience, market knowledge, personal qualities and excellent references, we hope to continue as a Board plus and diverse in order to improve shareholder value, "said Jim Ousley, president of Identiv.
Braun served in a distinguished 37-year career in the US Navy. UU., Retiring as vice admiral. He has extensive experience in the leadership of large government organizations, strategic planning, international relations and workforce development. Braun's assignments as Flag Officer include service in the United States European Command in Stuttgart, Germany, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for the Information War and the Navy Recruitment Command. A pioneer among women naval aviators, Braun was the first woman selected to serve as commanding officer of a reserve naval aviation squadron. She was also the first woman to lead a Reserve Component of the Armed Forces when she was nominated for a third star and became the 13th Chief of the Navy Reserve in 2012. In this position, she led more than 60,000 men and women that support global operations in the domains of aviation, maritime, security, special operations, cyberspace and intelligence. With a workforce and dispersed facilities in all 50 states and territories, Braun also implemented the first technology approved by DoD to bring its own device (BYOD), providing secure access to the Common Access Card (CAC). ) to services, email and information.
"It is an honor to be nominated to the Identiv Board and have the opportunity to contribute to the success of Identiv in providing high security solutions for government and commercial applications around the world," said Braun. "Identiv has been a long-standing supporter of making secure technology accessible and convenient, taking into account the needs of users in the field, as data and information become more generalized and critical to the mission to At the same time, solutions converge in all physical aspects, and digital will become increasingly important. "
Identiv, Inc. is a global provider of physical security and secure identification. Identiv's products, software, systems and services target the physical and logical access control markets, video analysis and a wide range of RFID-enabled applications. Clients in the sectors of government, business, consumers, education, health, banking, retail and transportation rely on Identiv's access and identification solutions. The mission of Identiv is to ensure the connected physical world: from the perimeter to the access to the desktop, and from the world of physical things to the Internet of everything. Identiv is a publicly traded company and its common shares are listed on NASDAQ Capital Market in the US. UU With the "INVE" symbol. For more information visit identiv.com.
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