Green Armor Solutions, a leading provider of information security software, announced that its C.E.O., Joseph Steinberg, has been named one of New Jersey’s top “Forty Under 40” by NJBIZ, New Jersey’s premiere business magazine.
The Forty Under 40 awards program honors a select group of outstanding business leaders under the age of forty, who, despite their young age, are already recognized across New Jersey’s business community for their strong leadership, outstanding ethics, and professional excellence. Forty Under 40 is sponsored by AXA Advisors and Wiss & Company, Certified Public Accountants.
Joseph and his counterparts will be honored on September 24, 2007 during a gala reception at The Palace in Somerset, NJ, and will be featured in a special supplement to NJBIZ on October 1, 2007.
“We are truly honored to have the opportunity to recognize these outstanding individuals,” said David A. Shankweiler, CEO of Journal Publications, parent company of NJBIZ, of the Forty Under 40 awardees. “As business and community leaders, they are constantly redefining success within the business arena. These individuals share a commitment to business growth, professional excellence, and to the community. They are shaping the economic future of New Jersey.”
Under Joseph’s leadership, Green Armor Solutions successfully created several highly-differentiated information-security products, established a significant portfolio of intellectual property, beat major competitors for lucrative deals, achieved profitability, and won recognition in the marketplace as a technology leader.
Prior to joining Green Armor Solutions, Joseph served in senior-management capacities at several consulting firms and product vendors, after working in technical positions at Citibank and AT&T. He is the author of two books, as well as of numerous articles on various topics related to business, information technology, and digital-age security. Joseph earned an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University, and holds several advanced certifications in information technology. He is also a member of Mensa, an active supporter of programs for the disabled, and actively involved in several charities.