Leadership

CEO

Stephan Chenette is the CEO of AttackIQ, responsible for company, product and go-to-market vision, strategy and execution.

Engineering

Rajesh Sharma is the VP of Engineering at AttackIQ, Rajesh has more than 20 years experience in the security industry. He served as principal engineer and software architect at Websense, Inc., Guidance Software Inc., and Resolution 1 Security. Rajesh is responsible for leading the engineering team and core components of the AttackIQ technology platform

Finance

Dale Sheets is VP Finance with more than 20 years of experience with early stage technology companies, providing leadership through all phases of growth. Prior to joining the team, he co-founded several companies and served in the roles of CEO and COO. Dale manages Finance, Accounting and Operations.

Customer Success

Steve Werby is Director of Strategic Services and Customer Success. Steve leverages his experience as an enterprise security architect and CISO to meet and anticipate customer needs and deliver services to achieve tangible business objectives.

Chief Revenue Officer

Carl Wright is a seasoned entrepreneur and executive with experience in the security, storage, virtualization, and software sectors. Prior to joining AttackIQ he held executive operational roles at Securify, Decru, and Kidaro, where he contributed to rapid growth and subsequent acquisition by, respectively, Microsoft, Network Appliance, and Secure Computing. He has extensive experience in all aspects of enterprise information technology deployments and has held key IT operational roles, including chief information security officer for the U.S. Marine Corps. He holds a bachelor’s degree in management from Augsburg College and a master’s degree in information technology management from the Naval Postgraduate School. In 1999, he was awarded the National Security Agency’s Frank B. Rowlett Trophy for Worldwide Information Security Professional of the year.

Investors and Advisors

Pedram Amini most recently joined Avast with the acquisition of his startup Jumpshot. Previously, he was the founder and manager of the Zero Day Initiative at TippingPoint (acquired by 3Com and later HP). Prior to TippingPoint, he served as the the assistant director and one of the founding members of iDEFENSE Labs (acquired by Verisign).

Ryan McGeehan is a security advisor for startups, formerly Director of Security at Facebook and Coinbase, responsible for Incident Response, Bug Bounty, and Red Team exercises.

Thomas Bennett is a Cybersecurity CEO, Board Member and entrepreneur with a track record of taking venture-backed, early stage companies from initial funding to market leadership positions and into profitable liquidity events. Recognized domain expert in both commercial and federal cyberscurity.

Steve Kelley is a veteran in the IT security industry with executive experience in product management, product marketing and corporate development at high growth security firms including Trustwave, BeyondTrust and Websense.

Nick Bilogorskiy is a founding team member at Cyphort, leading the security research team. Previously he was the chief malware expert and security spokesperson for Facebook.

Kevin Mahaffey Kevin is an entrepreneur and technologist with a background in mobile and web technology, security, and privacy. He is the CTO of Lookout, a company dedicated making the world a safer place as it becomes more connected, starting with smartphones and tablets.

Thomas Dullin (AKA Halvar Flake) has been working on topics related to reverse engineering (and vulnerability research) for the last 9 years. Halvar founded zynamicsin 2004 in order to further research into automation of reverse engineering and code analysis (acquired by Google).

Ero Carrez Ero Carrera is currently a senior engineer at Google. Previously he was a Chief Research Officer of Collaborative Security at VirusTotal and a reverse engineering automation researcher at zynamics GmbH (was SABRE Security GmbH), home of BinDiff and BinNavi.