Company Adds Belthrop to Leadership Team to Reinforce Its Commitment to Provider and Patient Security and Privacy
MIRAMAR, Fla. and Chicago (Dec 8, 2020) – MDLIVE Inc. today announced the appointment of Anthony (Tony) Belthrop as the company’s Chief Information Security Officer, who has assumed a seat on the company’s executive leadership team. Belthrop oversees enterprise-wide security programs and applications, while ensuring the effectiveness of the company’s network solutions for threat detection and prevention.
Belthrop brings more than 20 years of experience in information security, information system risk mitigation and asset protection.
“Security and privacy is a cornerstone commitment to the millions of patients we serve,” said Mindy Heintskill, Chief Growth Officer, MDLIVE, Inc. “It is also important to our national network of thousands of physicians and providers, and our clients, which include the nation’s leading health plans, employers and health systems. It is paramount that we lead the evolution of strategies, systems and standards to ensure security and privacy for all of our stakeholders, and Tony is the leader that will drive that continued commitment.”
Prior to joining MDLIVE, Belthrop spent the better part of two decades at Raleigh-based Learning Technologies Group Inc., a market-leader in the rapidly growing workplace digital learning and talent management market. In his most recent role as VP & Chief Information Security Officer, he collaborated with engineering and developers on security concerns for network and application projects as well as managed the successful implementation of a risk framework, along with a variety of other strategic operations.
“We share the priority and commitment our clients, providers and patients place on security and privacy, and we will continue to invest in this area. Tony’s appointment to lead our Information and Securities team reinforces that. We’re thrilled to have him join the team,” said Heintskill.
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