Symmetric Key Intercept delivers final symmetric encryption keys to systems, tools and processes. This method reduces cost, protects existing investments and future-proofs security and monitoring infrastructure.
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Randy brings 20 years of technical and management leadership in cloud, security, storage and networking fields to Nubeva – his third startup venture. Previously, he led computer data storage firm Panzura, securing a $58 million round of funding supported by four of Silicon Valley's top venture capital firms. Randy also was part of the founding team at Aruba Networks, which became the leader in enterprise Wi-Fi security. Aruba filed for IPO in 2007 and was acquired by HP Enterprise in 2015 for $3 billion. In addition, Randy led the development of SSL security and load balancing software at Alteon WebSystems, which was acquired by Nortel Networks for $7.8 billion.
Greig provides more than 15 years of experience at startups working across North America, Asia and Europe, as Chief Technology Officer at Nubeva. He has global leadership experience working with engineers and technical teams that serve a variety of customers from international carriers and Fortune 500 companies, to local end-users, international distributors and resellers. From their very early stages, Greig served both Panzura and Aruba Networks where he developed and brought new technologies to market. Prior to Aruba Networks, he lived and worked in Tokyo for Redback Networks, which went public in 1999.
Steve leads Nubeva's go-to-market strategy, which includes the sales, marketing, brand, channels, and business development functions. A 27-year veteran in computing, networking and information security, Steve brings deep experience from past experiences. Prior to Nubeva, he served as CMO at Optiv Security where he oversaw marketing and communications, go-to-market strategy, and the company's technology resale and services business lines. In addition, Steve worked at Accuvant, Aruba Networks, KIKO, Cisco Systems, and Hewlett Packard in sales, marketing, and business development roles.
Juliet has more than 20 years of experience working for publicly traded companies primarily in the tech industry. Most recently, she was CFO of LOOPShare Ltd., a Canadian company that completed an RTO and listed on the TSX Venture Exchange in June 2016. Juliet previously served as CEO and CFO at Peace Arch Entertainment, a TSX listed company that completed its IPO in the United States. In addition, she was CFO at WebTech Wireless, a SaaS company, that raised more than $50 million in equity and grew its market cap to $480 million; and at NowPublic Technologies, a private company that sold to the Examiner.com.
David offers more than 20 years of global financial and business operations experience from across several technology sectors. Most recently, he served as Chief Financial Officer at Barracuda Networks (NYSE: CUDA), where he led several acquisitions as well as the company’s IPO in 2013. David also served as Senior Director of Corporate Finance – M&A at Cisco Systems, where he participated in dozens of M&A and investment transactions. Prior to Cisco, David served as CFO and COO of Actona Technologies and also served AT&T in sales and finance roles, including four years in London in sales operations and as CFO of the AT&T Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. He served as a board member and advisor to several technology companies and currently sits on the Silicon Valley Bank CFO Advisory Board and the Catawba College Center for Entrepreneurship and Experiential Development Advisory Board. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and holds an MBA from Duke University.
Say is a results-oriented leader with 30 years of Information Technology experience in the banking, credit, manufacturing, ecommerce, system integrator and consulting, and engineering and construction industries. He recently retired as the Senior Vice President of IT (Enterprise Applications & Enterprise Architecture) at Fluor Corp. Say has successfully lead and implemented many large IT application and infrastructure projects. He has developed and implemented Enterprise Architecture and IT strategies that deliver innovative foundations for business execution. In addition, Say has created cost-effective, high-performance technology solutions that address complex business problems using his broad technical and management expertise.
Michael has pioneered sales enablement, lead generation and online marketing strategies for the tech industry for more than 30 years. He co-founded Barracuda Networks (NYSE: CUDA) in 2003 and served as EVP and Chief Marketing Officer, growing the company to >$400 million in annual revenue. Prior to Barracuda, Michael co-founded and served as President and Board Member for Address.com, a free email and internet access service reaching more than 3.5 million users before it was acquired by WhitePages. He also co-founded Spinway Inc. (acquired by Kmart Corporation), which powered several major retail ISPs, and Affinity Path, a private-label ISP that supported ISPs throughout North America. In 2007, Michael received Ernst & Young’s “Technology Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California” award.
Manjit was named Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of The Clorox Company in November 2014 and joined the Clorox Executive Committee in August 2016. In this role, he is responsible for Clorox’s IT organization and directs the company’s strategic technology initiatives. Prior to his current role, Singh led the industry solutions group at Box Inc., responsible for aligning strategies with key customers across different industries. He also served as CIO for Las Vegas Sands and Chiquita Brand International, and as regional CIO for Gillette in Singapore. Early in his career, Singh pioneered Procter & Gamble’s digital marketing footprint and created the company’s early e-commerce capabilities.
Dave is a startup veteran with a track record identifying disruptive technologies and executing successful exits. Most recently, he served as VP of Technology for Global Platform Engineering at Dell/EMC, which he joined via the acquisition of Renasar Technologies where he was CEO and co-founder. Prior to this, Dave was COO at Nebula, a private cloud company backed by Kleiner Perkins and Highland Capital. He joined Nebula from Dell, where he led the storage business in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Dave first joined Dell via its acquisition of Ocarina Networks, where he served as VP of Business Development and Sales. He also served in leadership roles at Isilon Systems and PolyServe (acquired by HP). Dave holds an MBA in Finance from NYU, and a BS in Decision and Information Sciences from Santa Clara University. He also serves on the Board of the Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley.
Eric joined Accel, a venture capital firm that works with startups in seed, early and growth-stage investments, in 2014. There he focuses on enterprise infrastructure companies and uses his infrastructure and IT experience to work with founders across the enterprise stack – from next-gen analytics platforms like Jut, to emerging cloud security and threat detection companies like Netskope and Vectra. Eric also co-leads the Accel Tech Council. Prior to Accel, Eric spent many years in a variety of product and management roles at FastForward Networks, Inktomi and most recently, at Riverbed where he was President of the products group. He oversaw the growth of Riverbed’s flagship WAN optimization and app acceleration platforms, which grew to be a USD $1 billion+ business.
David most recently served as Chief Technology Officer at Riverbed Technology and was a member of Riverbed’s founding team. In his tenure with the company, he held several positions, including Senior Vice President of Research and Development, Vice President of Software Development and Vice President of Research and Development. Prior to joining Riverbed in January 2003, David served as Senior Engineering Manager at Inktomi Corp., joining the company following the acquisition of FastForward Networks in October 2000. He has 10 patents issued and 33 pending patents related to networking, programming languages and databases.