Gregory is a cybersecurity industry veteran with a proven track record of driving companies large and small toward revenue growth and market leadership. Gregory brings a wealth of experience in corporate strategy, sales, and marketing.
Prior to his role as CEO, Gregory served as Bromium’s Chief Marketing Officer, responsible for all aspects of global marketing and go-to-market strategy. Before Bromium, Gregory held a number of executive positions at Venafi, where he created a new market category, drove successful awareness and lead-to-revenue programs, and helped the company achieve the Gartner “Cool Vendor” recognition.
Gregory has dedicated his career to developing and delivering leading-edge technology solutions and business strategy for the world’s most security-conscious global organizations and government agencies.
Gregory holds a Master’s degree 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.
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.
In 2001, 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.
Previously, Simon served as the Chief Technology Officer of Data Center and Cloud Division at Citrix Systems. Simon founded XenSource, Inc. and held the position of Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development. Prior to XenSource, he was a Principal Engineer at Intel.
Simon served as a Faculty Member at Cambridge University, UK, where he led the research on network performance and control and multimedia operating systems. Simon is the author of more that 35 research papers and patents on a number of data center and networking topics including security, network and server virtualization, and resource optimization and performance. He chairs the Switch Control Working Group of the Multi-Service Switching Forum, where he is active in promoting new standards for open, programmable networks.
In 2007, Simon was named as one of InfoWorld’s Top 25 CTOs. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of enterprise-grade virtualization with open source technologies.
Simon holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Cambridge, an MSc from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, and a BSc (Hons) degree in computer science and mathematics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
Prior to joining Bromium, Earl served as the CFO of AOptix, where he was responsible for corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and infrastructure. Previously, Earl held the CFO position at eMeter, where he negotiated financing to fuel the company’s sales growth while improving its systems and infrastructure. Earl also worked at XenSource, a server-virtualization software company, where he served as CFO and was instrumental in negotiating the agreement for the company’s acquisition by Citrix Systems. Earl has held similar positions at Cupertino Electric, mycfo.com, Prism Solutions, and R2 Technology. Earl was a partner and a 20-year veteran at Deloitte & Touche LLP, a public accounting firm, and holds a BBA from the University of Notre Dame.
With more than 20 years of enterprise security and IT sales experience, George brings a successful track record of executive sales leadership and customer success.
Prior to re-joining Bromium in 2017, George served as the Area Vice President of Enterprise Sales at Comodo, and held key sales leadership positions at Venafi, MarkMonitor (Clarivate Analytics), RSA (Dell EMC) and Teamstudio. George holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Bentley University.
Sherban joined Bromium in 2011 as the company’s first sales leader, and was instrumental in leading Bromium’s sales teams, executing the company’s business strategy, developing new markets, and fueling Bromium’s sustained rapid growth.
Prior to joining Bromium, Sherban led the Citrix National Security Team, where he successfully partnered with U.S. Government leadership to adopt Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). He was also instrumental in developing and implementing the Citrix XenClient XT, a hardened client virtualization platform, to help address the specific collaboration and cybersecurity needs of the U.S. Government. In his previous position at AT&T, Sherban worked with U.S. Government agencies, including DISA and USAF, helping them tackle their unique IT challenges.
Gavin has an excellent track record in delivering first-to-market solutions over a broad range of security technologies. At Bromium, he leads a global team of product managers, product marketers, and business development professionals. Prior to joining Bromium, Gavin held a number of high-profile leadership positions at Venafi, Bitdefender, and Trend Micro. Gavin has a BS and an MBA from Western Governors University.
At Bromium, she leads all aspects of marketing strategy and operations including demand generation, brand awareness, public relations, and content marketing. Jennifer is experienced in working with companies of all sizes, from Fortune 100 corporations to start-ups for both B2B and consumer markets.
Prior to joining Bromium, Jennifer was responsible for integrated marketing at Venafi, specializing in brand, web, and content marketing. As the owner of her own marketing consulting agency, Jennifer has developed and executed marketing strategies for Cisco, Sun, Alcatel-Lucent, Financial Engines, Hoover Institution, Intel Security, Second Life, Mobilitec, and Openwave. She also worked for Lightspeed Venture Partners as a marketing consultant for their portfolio companies.
Jennifer started her Silicon Valley career at Borland, and has also worked at Adobe Systems as the Director of Brand Marketing, as well as at several marketing agencies. She holds a BA from UC Davis and an MA in strategic marketing from CSU Sacramento.
Throughout his career, he has been focused on connecting with customers and making them successful through support, service, and training. Dan first joined Bromium in 2015 as Director of Public Sector Services. Today, he leads the global team that’s responsible for delivering professional services, technical support, and education to Bromium’s customers worldwide. Prior to joining Bromium, Dan worked 13+ years at Citrix Systems as the Lead Architect and Director of Consulting Services. In addition to managing the customer success team at Bromium, Dan is active in the virtualization technology community, authoring white papers and blogs, and speaking at industry events.
Nick leads a global team of HR professionals who work on recruitment and onboarding, employee development and training programs; define compensation, benefits, and incentive plans, and run day-to-day HR operations.
Prior to joining Bromium, Nick was Chief People Officer at Amobee, where he led HR operational streams through three acquisitions, and helped design, integrate, and restructure acquired entities to create a seamless corporate culture. Under Nick’s leadership, Fujitsu Siemens Computers was recognized as an “Employer of Choice” and named by the Sunday Times as a “Top 100 Companies to Work for in the UK.” Nick also has extensive experience in sales and sales operations roles.