Larry Link has been at the forefront of the network and security technology
Over the last 10 years, Ameya Talwalkar has built strong engineering teams specializing in enterprise and consumer security in Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Madrid, Pune, and Chengdu. Before co-founding Stealth Security, he was Director of Engineering at Symantec. He was responsible for its anti-malware software stack that leverages network Intrusion prevention and behavior and reputation technologies, and anti-virus engines. Under his leadership, Symantec developed an advanced version of network intrusion prevention technology that blocks more than two billion threats a year. Prior to Symantec, Ameya worked in various engineering roles at Valicert, focused on PKI-based security solutions for finance and government. He led the first commercial implementation of RFC 5055 and contributed to its progress at IETF. Ameya holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of Mumbai’s Sardar Patel College of Engineering (SPCE).
Shreyans Mehta is an innovator in network security and holds several patents in the field. Before co-founding Stealth Security, he was Architect and Technical Director at Symantec, where he led the development of one of the most advanced
Tony McIlvenna brings a wealth of business experience as a senior Sales Executive with a proven track record creating, building and developing highly productive winning territories and sales teams while acquiring loyal customers and channel partners in early stage companies. Tony has more than 23 years experience managing exceptional growth and success at technology companies such as Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW), Silver Peak Systems, Neoteris acquired by Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), Cacheflow/Bluecoat acquired by Symantec (NYSE: SYMC) and Cabletron Systems.
Michael Barrett has been a longtime leader in providing leading-edge website security for major organizations. Before co-founding Stealth Security, he was the first president of the FIDO Alliance, an open standards organization focused on authentication. He also ran the Liberty Alliance, the open standards organization that created the first identity federation protocol, SAML 2.0, which is still widely used. Michael was PayPal’s first Chief Information Security Officer and held that role for seven years. He also served as Vice President of Security and Utility Strategy at American Express, where he helped define the company’s information security program and Internet technology strategy. Michael was twice selected one of the “50 Most Powerful People in Networking’ by Network World magazine and was named ‘Information Security Executive of the year’ in 2010. He earned a BSc degree In Computer Science from Brighton University in the U.K.
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