Data443 Risk Mitigation, Inc.


LandStar, Inc. announces Name Leadership Change

Raleigh, NC, January 2, 2018

Effective December 18, 2017 – LandStar, Inc. has been renamed to: DATA443 Risk Mitigation, Inc.

Mr. Jason Remillard has been named Chairman of the Board, CEO and President.

“The new company name and branding represents the central focus of the organization – data security & risk mitigation technologies and solutions. We are immediately engaging on our rebranding, funding and acquisitions plan. Our strategy is to grow our market presence and capabilities for customers via product development and product/company acquisitions. GDPR and existing cyber-threats are creating an incredible opportunity for solution providers to demonstrate capabilities that enable businesses to function in this increasingly hostile environment.”, stated Mr. Remillard at the time of the announcement.

Mr. Remillard most recently has developed the industry-leading ClassiDocs structured and unstructured data classification & governance platform. Formerly a VP of Security Architecture at Deutsche Bank he was responsible for Big Data, Security Architecture, Engineering and Analytics. He was also product manager with Dell Software (formerly Quest Software) managing products from the Enterprise Identity and Access Management portfolio where he grew CAGR 20-90% over time. He has been in Internet and Enterprise security for over 25 years – including stints at IBM, Novell, Merrill Lynch, RBC, TD Bank, TUCOWS and Ellacoya Networks. He is also a founding member of the Blockchain Executive Group and holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business – University of Western Ontario, Canada.

“CISO, CSO and other security and compliance executives are increasingly looking for integrated product solution offerings that offer a faster time to deploy with reductions in operational expense.  As well, SaaS-based cyber security (SECaaS) offerings are becoming more accepted as technologies and risk mitigation approaches mature.”, adds Mr. Remillard. 

“We fully expect to take advantage of this increasingly large and complex market opportunity’, finished Mr. Remillard.  “We will also be announcing members of our Strategic Advisory Board with Industry, Business and Financial experts that will be heavily leveraged during our aggressive growth phases”.

About DATA443 Risk Mitigation, Inc.

DATA443 Risk Mitigation, Inc. is a technology holding company that is actively developing and acquiring cyber-security products & service offerings that are central to cyber data security, GDPR, compliance and governance capabilities. The Company develops its own technologies and has an active acquisitions program in place.

Forward-Looking Statements

Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in this press release are forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements and are subject to risks and uncertainties. See DATA443 Risk Mitigation, Inc.’s filings with the SEC, which may identify specific factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements.

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