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Gregory Webb is the CEO of Bromium, the pioneer and leader in next-generation endpoint protection, with revolutionary, market disrupting, and best-of-breed enterprise security products. With nearly 15 years’ business, and strategy experience running successful, enterprise software teams, Gregory is passionate about customer success, strategy, and analytics to achieve exceptional outcomes. Gregory brings a wealth of experience in the cybersecurity sector, in roles that have seen him transform business strategy with great success. Prior to his role as CEO, Gregory served as Bromium’s chief marketing officer and oversee all aspects of global marketing and go-to-market strategy. Before Bromium, Gregory was a key executive at Venafi, where he created a new market category, drove successful awareness and lead-to-revenue programs and achieved Gartner “Cool Vendor” recognition. Gregory holds a master’s from Brigham Young University and a doctorate in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and was a Fulbright scholar at Stockholm University. Gregory has spent his career developing and delivering leading-edge technology solutions and business strategy for the world’s most security-conscious Fortune-ranked global organizations and government agencies.
Co-founder and CTO
Simon Crosby is the co–founder and CTO of Bromium. Previously, he was the co-founder and CTO of XenSource prior to its acquisition by Citrix. He then served as the CTO of the Virtualization and Management Division at Citrix. Previously, Simon was a principal engineer at Intel, where he led strategic research in distributed autonomic computing, platform security and trust. He was also the founder of CPlane, a network-optimization software vendor. Prior to CPlane, Simon was a tenured faculty member at the University of Cambridge, where he led research on network performance and control, and multimedia operating systems. In 2007, Simon was awarded a coveted spot as one of InfoWorld’s Top 25 CTOs.
SVP, Worldwide Sales
David Weier is the SVP of worldwide sales at Bromium. Before Bromium David was the SVP of worldwide sales at Norse Corp, a dedicated threat intelligence network. Prior to Norse, David was the vice president of worldwide sales at Synack, a crowd security intelligence company. Before joining Synack, David was the vice president of global sales at Wurldtech, a cyber security company focused on critical infrastructure, which was acquired by GE. David has a very successful track record in global security sales and has driven growth at many notable startups, including SilverTail and Solera, as well as at recognized companies, such as Opsware and PTC. David holds a bachelor‘s degree in English and Political Science from St. Olaf College.
Vice President, Marketing
Jennifer Carole has worked in strategic marketing in high technology for over twenty years. A natural leader, she’s known for inspiring teams and being a change agent. Jennifer has had repeated success at focusing marketing to meet business objectives. She has experience working with large, Fortune 100 companies as well as mid-size companies and start-ups. Most recently, was responsible for integrated marketing at Venafi. Specializing in brand and content marketing, she has driven efforts for Cisco, Sun, Alcatel-Lucent, Financial Engines, Hoover Institution, Intel Security, Second Life, Mobilitec, Openwave. Prior to running her own marketing consultancy, she was the Director of Brand Marketing at Adobe Systems where Jennifer was responsible for brand, web, packaging and consumer marketing. She started in Silicon Valley at Borland has also worked on the agency side for WebEnertia, Siegel+Gale and Catchword Branding. She holds a B.A. from UC Davis and a M.A. in strategic marketing from CSU Sacramento.
Co-founder and President
Ian Pratt is the co–founder and President of Bromium. Previously, Ian was the co-founder and chief scientist of XenSource, which built enterprise-class virtualization products based on the Xen hypervisor. XenSource was acquired by Citrix in 2007, where Ian then served as the vice president for advanced products and CTO. Ian founded the Xen project with a number of students while he was a tenured faculty member at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, where he led the Systems Research Group for nine years. He is chairman emeritus of The Xen Project, the organization that now leads development of Xen. Ian was also a co-founder of Nemesys Research Ltd., acquired by FORE Systems in 1996. Ian holds a PhD in Computer Science and is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, which awarded him the Academy's Silver Medal in 2009.
Chief Financial Officer
Earl Charles is the CFO of Bromium. Before Bromium, Earl was the CFO of AOptix, where he was responsible for corporate finance, financings, mergers and acquisitions and infrastructure. Prior to AOptix, Earl was the CFO of eMeter, where he negotiated financing to fuel the company’s sales growth while improving its systems and infrastructure. Before eMeter, he was the CFO of XenSource, a server-virtualization software company where he negotiated the agreement for acquisition by Citrix. Earl has held similar positions at Cupertino Electric, mycfo.com, Prism Solutions and R2 Technology. Earl was a partner and 20-year veteran at Deloitte & Touche LLP, a public accounting firm, and holds a BBA from the University of Notre Dame.
Vice President, Product Marketing & Management
With over 18 years of experience in product development and product marketing in the cyber security space, Gavin Hill has been responsible for taking to market products that mitigate risks related to evolving cyber threats. Prior to joining Bromium to lead the go-to-market strategy, Gavin held a variety of leadership positions at Venafi, Bitdefender, and Trend Micro. At Venafi, he was responsible for threat intelligence and also released the only global certificate reputation service to aid organization in identifying malicious TLS usage. Under his direction, Bitdefender released a first to market AV as a service, and at Trend Micro developed another first to market product to encrypt data in the cloud while storing the encryption keys separate from the cloud provider. Gavin has a BS and MBA from Western Governors University.
Vice President, Chief Legal Counsel
Jan Kang oversees the company’s legal and human resource functions. Her broad expertise includes corporate governance, contracts, litigation, financing, labor and employment law, mergers and acquisitions and intellectual property. Jan is our first in-house lawyer and key to helping us navigate our position as a pioneer in micro-virtualization technology. Prior to joining Bromium, Jan was general counsel for companies including AOptix Technologies, Cupertino Electric (where she also served on the Board of Directors), Prism Solutions, MyTeam and Asera, a Vinod Khosla-founded company, and associate general counsel at Lam Research Corporation. Jan’s quest for like-minded women led her to found the Women’s General Counsel Network, currently more than 400 members strong. She is also on the Advisory Board for the Asia Pacific Fund and a member of the Council of Korean Americans and Bay Area Asian American General Counsel. In 2014, Jan won the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal Corporate Counsel Award in the Community Champion category, named one of the Top 100 Women of Influence in Silicon Valley by the Business Journal and one of The Recorder’s 50 Women Leaders in Tech Law and chosen as Legal Professional of the Year by the Korean American Bar Association of Northern California. Jan earned an undergraduate degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a law degree from the University of Michigan School of Law.