Today, we are sharing the news that our IntelliGO Founder and President Khaled Mansour has decided to retire. He will be stepping back from the day-to-day management of IntelliGO and transitioning to the Founding Chairman role, where he will focus on advising the team and enjoying time with family.
In 2005, Khaled had a vision for a new approach to cybersecurity, one that combined value-added technology with managed services. And so IntelliGO was born. In the 15 years since, the company has grown considerably, evolving to serve the growing needs of small to medium enterprises, who depend on IntelliGO's MDR Service to spot and stifle threats before they become business issues.
Throughout our history, we’ve also worked to make meaningful investments in innovations that drive efficiencies and deliver superior, faster, more predictable service to clients. Earlier this year, we announced that IntelliGO was joining forces with ActZero, the culmination of a decade and a half of work to achieve Khaled’s initial vision: to build the very foundation on which the future of cybersecurity will be built. Since then, we’ve made significant strides in our mission to protect the world from cyber threats. We have continued to offer clients leading customer service and threat detection while developing our leading-edge machine learning platform. The future is bright.
“I am incredibly proud of what we have built together,” Khaled said. “From the beginning, my goal has been to offer the best possible service to our clients and position the IntelliGO business for the long-term, ensuring they could rely on us for decades to come. We have hit our stride since combining forces with ActZero, and I have never been more confident in the business and our ability to achieve our ambitious goals than I am today. It is bittersweet, but that is what makes now the right time to step back. IntelliGO is in great hands, and I am ready to focus on family and spend time on my hobbies. I look forward to cheering the team and our customers on as Founding Chairman.”