We use all our resources to determine how to break into a system. Only then can we design a solution capable of keeping out today’s highly sophisticated and organized attackers. We call this the "attacker’s perspective." It informs everything we do.
Our mission is to stand between good and evil—it is what drives us to prepare and perform as if lives depend on us. We believe they do. We pride ourselves in our ability to safeguard the systems and infrastructure that serve us all.
Always act with honor, integrity, and passion. This is the code we each operate by. Regardless of specialty or role, we each dedicate our lives to honing our craft and achieving excellence.
John Gomez founded Sensato with a mission. Not the boilerplate mission statement every company concocts. A true mission.
Gomez has developed an impressive arsenal for achieving this mission. Designing software from age 12, he went on to train in advanced technology. His expertise ranges from artificial intelligence and predictive systems to enterprise and cloud computing and security.
He understands the IT and security worlds from the inside out. His roles have included: a managing consultant for Microsoft, a CTO for WebMD, a consultant on agent technology for Intel (during the Pentium chip rollout), and CEO of Group Espada (special operations and tactics, counter-terrorism programs for military and law enforcement).
Sensato was initially focused on providing leading-edge, realistic cybersecurity solutions to the healthcare and critical infrastructure sectors—where preventing a cybersecurity breach could literally mean the difference between life and death.
In 2015 and 2016, Sensato was named one of the Top 500 Most Innovative Cybersecurity Companies in the World. Sensato was also named 2016 Visionary Leader in Cybersecurity by Frost & Sullivan.
Sensato’s programs, systems, services, training, and intelligence gathering are the product of designing the highest level of security for those who provide critical services that impact human health and safety: healthcare, medical, pharmacological, and related organizations; law enforcement, fire, and emergency services; clean water, power, and heat providers.
We take our responsibility to protect all sectors—and, ultimately, people—from cyberattacks extremely seriously.
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