Cybersecurity company with proprietary technologies for protecting enterprises and individuals, World Health Energy Holdings (OTCMKTS:WHEN), announced the appointment of Dr. August Hanning to its Advisory Board. Hanning, a former director of Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service and state secretary of the German Federal Interior Ministry, will be part of a growing company looking at security monitoring solutions for businesses, organizations, and families.
Dr. August Hanning expressed delight on joining a company having cutting-edge technology positions and feels that the rise in cyber-attacks and data breaches globally makes the company’s growth important to counter it.
Hanning has over five decades of experience in top intelligence and security leadership roles. Prior to the role, Dr.Hanning supervised intelligence services of the Federal Chancellery, serving as director general from 1996. He also led Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) to the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) in Berlin.
WHEN Group President Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Danny Yatom said that Dr Hanning’s expertise will add to the company’s existing skills and experiences and provide invaluable insights on developing innovative and groundbreaking technology. The company’s CEO CEOGioraRosenzweig said that the recent addition of senior global security veterans like Maj. Gen. (ret.) Danny Yatom, president of WHEN Group nowDr.Hanningshows the firm’s commitment for developing next generation of cybersecurity systems.
On Tuesday, WHEN stock soared 125% at $0.0009 with more than 467.74 million shares, compared to its average volume of 47.45 million shares. The stock had moved within a range of $0.0004 – 0.0009 after opening the trade at $0.0005. Over the past 52-week, the stock has been trading within a range of $0.0001 – 0.0081.