Craig Lund, Chairman of the Board
Craig Lund, founder and former CEO of SecureAuth, has over 25 years of experience managing high-performing teams in some of the world’s leading technology companies and startups.
Before founding SecureAuth in 2005, Lund worked at IBM, where he was a member of the World Wide Security Management division and was responsible for security sales teams for the United States, Canada and Latin America. He developed and managed the execution of sales strategy for five security product lines that resulted in more than $100 million of annual revenue. In addition, Lund developed and managed a worldwide program for global service integrators, such as KPMG, using the IBM Security Suite for their integrated security solutions.
Prior to his time at IBM, Lund was the Vice President of Sales and Operations for the Western region for Netegrity. During his tenure, Netegrity grew from a startup company into the industry standard for Internet access control. Lund helped Netegrity build its sales and support teams, which resulted in the company’s $1 billion market capitalization before its acquisition by CA. He has also held sales and sales management positions at Dassault Systems, Intelligent Environments, Prime Computer and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Lund holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Utah State University.
Allen Miner, Board Member
Mr. Miner is a founder and General Partner of SunBridge Partners and the founder and a Director of SunBridge Corporation. Mr. Miner has significant experience in Internet, enterprise and open-source software, entrepreneurship, and international technology transfer. Mr. Miner has been actively involved in each of the firm’s investments, resulting in numerous successful IPOs, including SalesForce.com, MacroMill, ITMedia and G-Mode, among others. Mr. Miner is currently a member of the Board of Directors of SalesForce Japan and The New Media Group.
Mr. Miner graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Computer Science and Asian Studies (he had earlier spent two years in Japan). He joined Oracle Corporation in 1986 and was dispatched to Japan, where he founded and helped lead Oracle Japan. Following commercial success in entering the Japanese market and a successful IPO on the Japan stock market, Oracle Japan has become a model for US technology companies entering Japan. Mr. Miner returned from Japan in 1996 to serve as Oracle’s Vice President in charge of Linux/Open Source.
Mr. Miner founded SunBridge Corporation in 1999. As SunBridge CEO, Mr. Miner aims to create a dynamic, collaborative environment in which Japanese information technology startups develop at a globally competitive pace. SunBridge provides a variety of growth-enabling services to both startups and global enterprises. SunBridge services include early stage venture capital investment (with a portfolio of over 35 investments), software product and internet system co-development, sales and marketing strategy and execution, organizational strategy and recruiting.
Justin Dolly, Board Member
Justin Dolly is the Chief Information Security Officer at Malwarebytes. He is a seasoned information security executive with a proven ability to work globally across disparate functional groups to build consensus and enable new lines of business using creative technologies and solutions. At Malwarebytes, he specializes in growing and fostering a culture of security & privacy in the age of Big Data and the Internet of Things. Previously, as the VP, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Jawbone, he provided strategy and vision for all information security-related initiatives, ensuring the integrity, availability and security of the platform, intellectual property, infrastructure, and users. He also played a key leadership role in risk management and compliance.
Prior to that, Dolly was the CISO at VMware, the Information Security Change Leader at Kaiser Permanente, the Vice President of Information Security and Systems Operations at CBS Interactive, and the CISO at Macromedia.
Michael DeCesare, Board Member
Michael DeCesare is CEO of Forescout and former President of McAfee, part of Intel Security. In his time with the company he doubled annual revenue, while also making McAfee the de facto standard in security technology.
DeCesare tags the security sector as IT’s most challenging space in which to do business, and with good reason. Generating more than 200 online threats per minute, cybercrime is now estimated to siphon off a half trillion dollars from the global economy every year. That’s why DeCesare and his team of 7,500 global employees were single-minded in McAfee’s relentless focus to protect their 160 million customers. These digital citizens — from government agencies and home users, to the smallest start-ups and largest corporations — rely on McAfee technologies to defend their devices, networks, and data. DeCesare’s investment philosophy is centered on innovation, resulting in the company’s visionary Security Connected strategy — equal parts hardware-enhanced security and unique global threat intelligence.
DeCesare joined McAfee in 2007 as executive Vice President of worldwide sales and assumed the office of the President in 2011. Under his leadership, employees repeatedly name the company a top place to work.
DeCesare is a graduate of Villanova University.
Thomas C. Stewart, CFO
Thomas C Stewart has served as SecureAuth’s Chief Financial Officer and a member of its board of directors since shortly after the company’s founding. He brings to SecureAuth’s executive team a uniqe mix of financial, marketing, operational and entrepreneurial experience. A specialist in capital formation, Stewart raised over $30 million in equity financing and leads the company’s growth forecasting and strategy. He manages all of the financial activities of the company, including business planning and analysis, treasure functions and financial reporting and investor relations. Under his leadership, SecureAuth has paired business value with technological ingenuity, offering a platform that can reduce IT costs while strengthening security and frictionless user experience.
Stewart joined SecureAuth in 2007 after six years at Intel Corporation. At Intel he held senior positions in both finance and marketing. He was responsible for strategic analysis and financial controls within the information technology group and Intel Capital. While at Intel, Stewart spent two years building a European sales and marketing team to manage system integrator partners responsible for more than $80M in Intel revenue. Prior to Intel, he held management positions at data networking and application services firms.
Stewart holds a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College and a master’s degree in business from the Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine.
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