July 20, 2017 – Kansas City Business Journal
Fishtech Group’s latest investment fits with a bigger vision to build out service offerings at its cloud security operations center, which is slated to open in the summer of 2018.
June 15, 2017 – CRN
CRN has pulled together 10 companies that are positioning themselves to grab a large piece of that pie, including those with new funding, new investments, and hot new products.
June 7, 2017 – Kansas City Star
Fishtech, a third cyber security company founded by Gary Fish, a Kansas Citian who calls himself a serial entrepreneur, was launched in April 2016. Fish equipped the new office building in Martin City with the latest technology trends and modern workspace design.
June 1, 2017 – TechTarget
Gary Fish is no stranger to business reinvention. In 2016, he decided to transition from background in traditional cyber security and spin up a cloud security firm. With two decades under his belt working in traditional cyber security, Gary Fish wasn’t exactly a newbie when he decided to start a cloud-based security practice.
May 18, 2017 – CRN
As more companies move to the cloud, current methods of managed security just aren’t good enough. That’s what the Fishtech Group believes, and the Kansas City, Mo.-based security solution provider is ready to help as it announced on Thursday that it would launch a new Cloud Security Operations Center (CSOC).
May 17, 2017 – Kansas City Business Journal
Just a month after moving into its newly constructed headquarters, Fishtech Group is ready to embark on another multi million-dollar project. “Our vision has been to build our own technology campus in Martin City,” Fishtech CEO Gary Fish told the Kansas City Business Journal.
May 12, 2017 – Kansas City Star
Fishtech Group founder Gary Fish hasn’t completely finished out his new company headquarters in south Kansas City, but he’s already starting work on a companion office building next door. Within a year, the cyber security company expects to have two buildings that add to recent economic development gains in the Martin City area.