Protecting U.S. National Interests
from Committed Adversaries

The Endgame Story

Founded in 2008, Endgame is a leading provider of software solutions to the U.S. Intelligence Community and Department of Defense, protecting national security missions from the most sophisticated adversaries in the world's most hostile environments. The adversaries we battle every day have shifted their attacks to commercial and civilian government organizations. Relying on a passive defense does not work.

Today, Endgame combines the industry's deepest understanding of enterprise vulnerabilities and evolving threats with proven science and the software automation necessary for federal and commercial organizations to "turn the map around" and think like an adversary. Endgame enables customers to successfully automate the hunt - pursue, contain and eliminate the most advanced adversaries before they cause damage and loss.


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Nathaniel Fick


Nate Fick is CEO of Endgame, a venture-backed security software company that protects U.S. national interests from committed cyber adversaries. He is also an operating partner at Bessemer Venture Partners. Before joining Endgame, Nate was CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a national security research organization. He served as a Marine Corps infantry and reconnaissance officer, including combat tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. His book about that experience, One Bullet Away, was a New York Times bestseller, a Washington Post "Best Book of the Year," and one of the Military Times' "Best Military Books of the Decade." He graduated with high honors in Classics from Dartmouth College and holds an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School and MBA from the Harvard Business School. Nate serves as a Trustee of Dartmouth, is a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, and a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Trout Unlimited.

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Mark Snell


Mark is the Chief Financial Officer at Endgame. He has more than a decade of experience building and managing finance teams at fast-paced, venture-backed and publicly traded technology companies. Prior to joining Endgame, he served as the Corporate Controller for Suniva, a privately-held manufacturer of solar cells, where he arrived pre-revenue and helped to develop the financial infrastructure and systems necessary to support the company’s rapid growth. Prior to Suniva, Mark worked with Servigistics, a privately-held supply chain software vendor, as Corporate Controller. Earlier in his career, he worked as Americas Director of Finance for Internet Security Systems, a publicly traded security software vendor, through its acquisition by IBM in 2006. Mark holds a bachelors degree from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Business Administration from Georgia State University. In addition, he is licensed as a certified public accountant in Georgia.

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Jamie Butler

Chief Technology Officer/Chief Scientist

Jamie Butler is the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Scientist at Endgame, where he leads Endgame’s research on advanced threats, vulnerabilities and attack patterns. He has directed research teams at some of the most prominent and successful security companies of the last decade. Most recently, Butler was Chief Architect at FireEye and Chief Researcher at Mandiant. A recognized leader in attack and detection techniques, he has over 17 years of experience and knowledge in operating system security. Butler was a computer scientist at the National Security Agency and co-authored the bestseller Rootkits: Subverting the Windows Kernel. Butler is also a frequent speaker at the foremost computer security conferences and serves as a Review Board member for Black Hat. He co-developed and instructs the popular security courses “Advanced Memory Forensics in Incident Response,” “Advanced 2nd Generation Digital Weaponry,” and “Offensive Aspects of Rootkit Technology.”

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Jim Tosh

SVP, Engineering

Jim Tosh is Senior Vice President of Engineering at Endgame, where he leads development of the company’s security technology products. Jim has spent the last decade leading product engineering initiatives and successfully bringing new security products and innovative technologies to market. He was most recently Head of Engineering at Authentic8, where he drove software architecture and design and built a team that rapidly brought products to reality. He previously held senior engineering positions at Juniper Networks and Redline Networks (acquired by Juniper Networks).

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Jeff Castelli

EVP, Federal

Jeff Castelli is the Executive Vice President, Federal at Endgame. He has 30 years of national security sector service and deep experience leading the adoption of cutting-edge technology, particularly information technology. Prior to joining Endgame, Jeff was the Executive Vice President at PhaseOne Communications, a leading analytics-based research and consultancy firm that was acquired by The SI Organization. Jeff has worked at the highest levels of the U.S. government and served abroad for more than 17 years in South Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. He holds an M.A. in Modern European History from Ohio University and a B.A. in History from Davidson College.

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Gary Benedetti

EVP, Sales

Gary Benedetti is EVP of Sales at Endgame. He brings over 25 years of technology sales and sales leadership experience to the team. Before joining Endgame, Gary led global sales teams for emerging security companies including ThreatTrack, Fidelis Security and e-Security. Prior to his tenure in security, he held sales leadership positions at AOL, Netscape, Interactive Media and Oracle. Gary is a graduate of James Madison University.

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Bryan Smith

Chief Architect

Bryan Smith is Chief Architect at Endgame. He has over 15 years of experience in information security ranging from vulnerability research and cryptography to network and software architecture. Over the past 10 years, Bryan has focused exclusively in the federal space. He previously served as Vice President, Technical Solutions at Praemittias Group and as Technical Director at the Department of Defense.

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Cody Pierce

Director of Vulnerability Research

Cody Pierce is Director of Vulnerability Research at Endgame. He has been involved in computer and network security since the mid 90s. For the past 13 years he has focused on discovery and remediation of known and unknown vulnerabilities. Instrumental in the success of HP’s Zero Day Initiative program, Cody has been exposed to hundreds of 0day vulnerabilities, advanced threats, and the most current malware research. At Endgame, Cody has lead a successful team tasked with analyzing complex software to identify unknown vulnerabilities and leveraged global situational awareness to manage customer risk. A notable contributor to the vulnerability analysis and reverse engineering community, Cody has been a subject matter expert in the media, referenced in industry literature, and has presented at notable industry conferences. Cody holds a unique perspective at the intersection of the most advanced threats and the state of the art in defensive measures and trends.

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Jon Brody

SVP, Marketing

Jon Brody is SVP of Marketing at Endgame. For the past 16 years, Jon has established marketplace leaders in Enterprise Software, IT security and compliance, created market categories, and increased revenue by as much as 400%.

From February 2011 to June 2014, Jon was the VP of Marketing at Tenable Network Security, leading the rebranding and repositioning of the company. Starting with a 3 person marketing team and growing it to 26, Jon oversaw the growth of a marketing department that now has a global remit, generating multi-lingual content, demand-generation and thought leadership programs for Tenable products online as well as through channel partners and direct field sales across the Americas, EMEA, and APAC.

Before Tenable, from 2005 to 2010, Jon led marketing at TriCipher Inc, transforming a niche pioneer in strong authentication into the leading provider of cloud identity and access management solutions, leading to its acquisition by VMware. Prior to TriCipher, Jon established Sygate Technologies, a freemium consumer personal firewall vendor, as the Gartner Magic Quadrant category leader for enterprise endpoint security, culminating in its acquisition by Symantec in 2004. Before joining Sygate, he was Vice President of Marketing at PeerLogic (acquired by Critical Path), an innovator in large-scale distributed computing and enterprise application integration solutions.

Jon has a BA from Case Western Reserve University.

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Jian Zhen

VP, Products

Jian Zhen is the Vice President of Products at Endgame. He possesses strong expertise in cloud computing, big data, information security, IP protection, and managed services. Previously, Jian was the VP of Products at Jolata, where he was responsible for product management, strategy and partnerships. Before Jolata, Jian was the Director of Products and Engineering for Cloud Services at VMware, where he worked with the world’s largest service providers to design cloud infrastructures and platforms and created partner ecosystems for the cloud. Prior to VMware, Jian held product roles at LogLogic and Exodus/Savvis.

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Rick Hensley

SVP of Services

Rick is the Senior Vice President of Services for Endgame and has over 16 years experience with the Department of Defense (DoD) and the United States Intelligence Community. Most recently, Rick led a US Air Force capability development effort to support offensive and defensive cyber operations (OCO/DCO). During his tenure as a US Air Force civilian, Rick was also a Navy Reserve Cryptologic Officer. He activated in the mid-2000s and helped establish one of the first cyber threat operations centers for a major DoD organization’s extended enterprise. Also during this same timeframe, Rick was adjunct faculty at the University of Texas - San Antonio, teaching principles of cyber security. Before serving as an Air Force civilian, Rick was a Naval Supply Corps Officer, where he was stationed as the Supply Officer onboard the USS VINCENNES (CG-49) and as a lead instructor at the Navy Supply Corps School. Rick received his BS in Commerce from the University of Virginia and his MS in Information Security from the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, and has received numerous Joint and DoD military and civilian service medals.

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David Matanane

VP of Technical Ops

David is VP of Technical Ops at Endgame. David is an innovative technology leader with more than 15 years of experience managing all facets of IT infrastructure, supporting IaaS, PaaS, and Saas services. During his career, he has championed, driven, and delivered next generation cloud platform initiatives, spearheaded extensive data center and server consolidation efforts, and stabilized and scaled global systems. Prior to Endgame, David was Senior Manager of Cloud Infrastructure Services, Security Cloud Operations at Cisco Systems, where he was responsible for leading multiple operations teams and was accountable for 30 data centers worldwide. David also served in senior IT and technology operations positions with eHealth Insurance Services, IBM Corporation, and Adaptec, Inc.

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Joann O’Connell

VP of Corporate Development

Joann O’Connell leads corporate development activities for Endgame. She has over 15 years of experience working at, investing in, and advising companies in the national security and IT industries. Prior to joining Endgame, Joann was the Vice President of Strategic Development and Investor Relations for ATS Corporation, a publicly traded government IT services company, where she managed strategic and financial planning, M&A, and investor relations until its sale to Salient Federal Solutions in 2012. Previously, Joann was a Principal at Paladin Capital Group, a $1 billion private equity fund focused on investing in the national security sector, where she led a number of the firm’s investments. Prior to Paladin, she was as an investment banker at Jefferies Group and UBS, primarily focused on advising clients in the aerospace & defense and government IT sectors on mergers and acquisitions. Joann received an M.B.A from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina.

Board & Investors

Chris Darby

Mr. Chris Darby is President and CEO of In-Q-Tel, the independent strategic investment firm that identifies innovative technologies to support the missions of the Central Intelligence Agency and the broader Intelligence Community. He joined In-Q-Tel in September 2006. Mr. Darby was previously Vice President and General Manager at Intel overseeing their Middleware Products Division. At Intel, Mr. Darby had responsibility for the Corporation’s Infrastructure Software business including Open Source and Commercial Products. He joined Intel in August 2005 with the acquisition of Sarvega Inc. Mr. Darby had been the president & CEO of Sarvega, a venture backed supplier of XML Networking and Security products.

Prior to Sarvega, Mr. Darby was the Chairman and CEO of @stake, the well-known internet security consulting firm ultimately acquired by Symantec (SYMC). While at @stake, he assembled the world’s leading collection of security researchers and built a business that spanned North America and Europe.

Before @stake, Mr. Darby served as President and CEO of Interpath Communications, a facilities-based ASP later acquired by US Internetworking (USIX). Mr. Darby also held several executive positions at Digital Equipment Corporation (now Hewlett-Packard) with responsibility for telecom industry initiatives, corporate strategy, and alliances. He began his career at Northern Telecom (now Nortel Networks) and Bell Northern Research.

Mr. Darby is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario.

David Cowan

David Cowan from Bessemer Venture Partners was ranked #6 in the Forbes Midas List, and 22 of his startup investments have gone public, such as Ciena, Hotjobs, Blue Nile and LinkedIn. David co-founded VeriSign, Good Technology and Defense.Net, and funded many other cyber security companies including Postini, Cyota and Tripwire. David earned his MBA and his AB in Computer Science and Math from Harvard. David also serves on the boards of Lifelock, Rocket Lab, Nominum, iSight, Distil, GetInsured and Smule.

Arun Gupta

Arun joined Columbia Capital in 2000 and focuses on enterprise technology/services and mobile/digital media opportunities. Arun is on the Board of Directors or actively involved with Approva, Avail Media, Brickstream, Daz3D, Devas Multimedia, Intelliworks, Millennial Media, Netuitive, and Webs. Arun was also involved with former Columbia portfolio companies Adjoined Consulting (acquired by Kanbay International, Inc.), Riptech (acquired by Symantec Corporation), and Softek Storage Holdings (acquired by IBM). Prior to joining Columbia Capital, Arun was at Carlyle Venture Partners focused on software and Internet investments. Earlier, Arun held positions in Arthur D. Little’s telecom and technology consulting practice and shared responsibility for establishing ADL’s operation in India. Arun received a B.S. degree with Distinction in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. degree in Engineering Economic Systems from Stanford University and received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Lt. Gen. (Ret) Kenneth A. Minihan

Lieutenant General Ken Minihan is a Managing Director at Paladin Capital Group. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after more than 33 years of active commissioned service and served as the 14th Director of the National Security Agency/Central Security Service. As Director, he was the senior uniformed intelligence officer in the Department of Defense. He also served as the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency and has vast experience in national, defense and military information services, information technology development and diverse customer support services.

While the Director of NSA, Lt. Gen. Minihan helped conceive and provide strategic direction to the National Information Assurance Program. He also created strategic approaches and development concepts for emerging telecommunications technology while redesigning core business skills and efficient operations. He has the unique ability to integrate complex programs and business operations allowing the organization to focus on cost and schedule goals.

Lt. Gen. Minihan is a past president of the Security Affairs Support Association and a founder of the Intelligence and National Security Alliance in Washington, D.C. He is also a member of the Air Force Association and a number of public and private boards. He often serves on government pro bono committees and panels to examine ways to enhance homeland and national security capabilities. Lt. Gen. Minihan has a B.A. from Florida State University, an M.A. from the Naval Postgraduate School, and has completed executive development programs at the University of Illinois and Harvard University. Among his awards and decorations are the National Security Medal, the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Bronze Star, and the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal.

Thomas E. Noonan

Tom Noonan is an Operating Partner at TechOperators and the CEO of JouleX, a leading innovator in sustainable energy management systems for enterprise customers. Tom is the former chairman, president and chief executive officer of Internet Security Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISSX), which was acquired in 2007 by IBM for $1.5B. Tom Noonan and Chris Klaus launched ISS in 1994 to commercialize and develop a premier network security management company.

Prior to co-founding ISS, Tom held senior management positions at Dun and Bradstreet Software, where he was vice president, worldwide marketing. Before joining D&B Software, he specialized in real-time, automated control systems for computer-integrated manufacturing. Earlier, Tom founded two successful technology companies while residing in Boston: Actuation Electronics, a precision motion-control company and Leapfrog Technologies, a software development company designed for networked applications.

In 2002, President Bush appointed Tom to serve on the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC), a White House homeland defense initiative that protects information systems critical to the nation’s infrastructure. He currently chairs the NIAC Evaluation and Enhancement of Information Sharing and Analysis Working Group.

Tom holds a mechanical engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a business degree from Harvard University.

Ted Schlein

Ted Schlein is a general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He joined the firm in 1996 with a focus on early-stage technology companies in the enterprise software and infrastructure markets, including ventures within the networking and consumer security arenas. Ted has led KPCB’s involvement in a number of successful investments, including Jive Software (JIVE), IPO, ArcSight (ARST), IPO, sold to HP; Beijing Venustech (002439:Shenzhen), IPO; Corio (CRIO), sold to IBM; Extensity (EXTN), sold to GEAC; Fortify Software, sold to HP; Internet Security Systems (ISSX), sold to IBM; and Oakley Networks, sold to Raytheon. Ted was the founding CEO of Fortify, a pioneer in the software security market and now an HP company. He serves on the board of directors of 3VR, 41st Parameter, Alien Vault, Chegg, Hara, Inspirato, IronPlanet, Jive Software, Mandiant, Nebula,, Shape Security and Verdiem. He also oversees KPCB’s investments in Endgame, LifeLock and Bit9.

Before joining KPCB, Ted served as vice president, Enterprise Solutions at Symantec. One of Symantec’s early employees, he played an instrumental role in the company’s growth and dominance as a global software leader. Ted led Symantec’s successful move into the software utilities market, as well as the launch of its commercial anti-virus solution, an offering that quickly emerged as the industry gold standard.

Ted is the former chairman of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), a national alliance advocating the role of venture investing in job creation, technology innovation and economic development. He is also the former president of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists and serves on the board of overseers of the Engineering School at the University of Pennsylvania. Ted frequently participates as an opinion leader in public, private and government forums, providing perspectives on security technology, related investments and market adoption trends. Ted holds a B.A. degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.


Peter Bloom

Advisory Director, General Atlantic LLC

Peter Bloom served as a Managing Director of GA for 15 years before retiring in 2009. Since he joined the firm in 1995, Peter led global technology due diligence on prospective investments, provided technology and risk management assistance to CEOs and senior management teams of portfolio companies as well as provided guidance on emerging technology trends for GA, its stakeholders, and several private and public entities.

Peter serves as a Director of Passur Aerospace, which provides specialized analytical services and business intelligence to major airlines and airports based on advanced signal processing technology. Prior to joining General Atlantic, Peter spent 13 years at Salomon Brothers in a variety of roles in both technology and fixed income sales and trading. As the Managing Director of the company’s U.S. Technology Division, he led the team that was responsible for recovering the trading capability of 11 firms following the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993. While at Salomon Brothers, he received the Carnegie Mellon/AMS Achievement Award in Managing Information Technology. Peter graduated from Northwestern University in 1978 with a B.A. in Computer Studies and Economics.

Peter also served as a member of the New York Electronic Crimes Task Force and as a judge for the Lemelson-MIT Invention Awards and the Legatum Fortune Technology Prize. He was a founding member of the BP Digital and Communications Technology Advisory Board and the New School for Social Research Technology Advisory Board. He is an active member of Business Executives for National Security and a consultant on security related technology issues as well as a member of the FCC Technical Advisory Council. Peter is a frequent speaker to private, educational and public sector organizations on technology related issues.

Peter has served on several public, private and non-profit boards. He is the Chairman of, which was named the most innovative charity in America by Stanford Business School and Amazon. Peter is also the co-founder and Chairman of Peak Rescue Institute, which teaches advanced rescue skills to first responders in law enforcement, public health and the military. He is a board member of The Food Bank for New York City, the Cancer Research Institute and an Associate Founder of Singularity University. Peter was raised in Binghamton, NY and lives in Brooklyn, NY. In 1987, he and his wife retraced Napoleon’s route from Poland to Moscow on their tandem bicycle.

Shelley Leibowitz

Shelley Leibowitz is a leader among technology professionals, with an outstanding track record of both strategy formulation and effective execution.

In 2009, Ms. Leibowitz became the first Group-wide Chief Information Officer at the World Bank, which provides developing countries with grants, leveraged loans, guarantees, and policy advice to improve economic and social conditions worldwide. As Chief Information Officer, Ms. Leibowitz was responsible for the technology services and capabilities that underlie the work of delivering quality knowledge and financing products to the Bank Group’s clients across the globe.

At the Bank, Ms. Leibowitz stood as an advocate and domain expert for “ ICT for Development” initiatives, helping to launch ground level, innovative technology programs around the world. She refocused the Bank’s Information Management and Technology functions to have more direct impact on global issues of policy, and of social and economic opportunity. As Group Chief Information Officer, Ms. Leibowitz oversaw the Bank’s Library and Archives, supporting the history of the institution and providing development information, research assistance, and training to Bank and outside constituencies. Ms. Leibowitz also managed the Bank’s Cybersecurity program and served as a member of the World Bank’s Pension Investment Committee.

Previously, Ms. Leibowitz held Chief Information Officer roles at Investment Risk Management/Duff Capital Advisors, Morgan Stanley, Greenwich Capital Markets, and Barclays Capital. Ms. Leibowitz served as Board member and technology advisor for GAIN Capital, a global provider of foreign exchange execution and clearing services with an award winning trading platform.

Ms. Leibowitz is Board member for Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda and for the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut.

Jim Miller

President, Adaptive Strategies, LLC

Dr. Jim Miller is President of Adaptive Strategies, LLC, which provides consulting on strategy development and implementation, national security, and technology issues.

As Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from May 2012 to January 2014, he served as the principal civilian advisor to the Secretary of Defense on strategy, policy, and operations, and as the Defense Department’s deputy in the National Security Council process for policy development and crisis management. Dr. Miller led the Department’s engagement with allies and partners across the globe, and oversaw the agencies responsible for defense security cooperation and technology security. He previously served as Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, from April 2009 to May 2012. In this role, he guided the Quadrennial Defense Review, Nuclear Posture Review, and Ballistic Missile Defense Review, advanced major reform efforts on export control and security assistance, and oversaw the development and implementation of new national defense strategies for space and cyberspace.

His prior government service includes a term as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Requirements, Plans, and Counterproliferation Policy from 1997 to 2000. Dr. Miller provided oversight for advanced conventional and strategic systems for Chairman Les Aspin as senior professional staff member for the House Armed Services Committee from 1988 to 1992. Dr. Miller’s positions outside government include Senior Vice President and Director of Studies at the Center for a New American Security; Senior Associate for the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Senior Vice President at Hicks and Associates; Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Duke University; and Senior Associate Member at St. Antony’s College, Oxford University. He served as Chairman of the National Security Strategies and Policies Expert Working Group of the Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the United States; Advisor to the Combating WMD Panel of DoD’s Threat Reduction Advisory Committee; and Advisor to the Defense Science Board on Challenges to Military Operations.

Dr. Miller received a B.A. degree with honors in economics from Stanford University. He earned Master’s and Ph.D. degrees in public policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He received the Department of Defense’s highest civilian award, the Medal for Distinguished Public Service, four times. He is married to the former Adele Balk; they have five children and live in Arlington, Virginia.

Alan Wade

President, Wade Associates Inc.

Alan Wade retired from federal service at the end of 2005 after a thirty five year career in the Central Intelligence Agency. He retired as the Chief Information Officer, a position he held since 2001.

Alan graduated from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia in 1973, receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. In 1978, he received his Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Alan held a series of senior positions at CIA, including the Director of Communications, Director of Security, and Chief Information Officer. In his assignment as Chief Information officer, he was dual-hatted as the Chief Information Officer for the United States Intelligence Community.

During his career, Alan’s contributions were recognized several times. He is a recipient of the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Director’s Medal, and the Distinguished Intelligence Medal.

Since retirement, Alan has worked with several early stage companies. He served on the boards of Safeboot N.V. (acquired by McAfee in 2007), Detica DFI (acquired by BAE Systems in 2008), Composite Software (acquired by Cisco in 2013) and Applied Communications Sciences (acquired by The SI Organization in 2013). He currently serves on the boards of the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, CA, Chiliad Inc. in Washington D.C. and JSI Telecommunications in Sterling, VA. Additionally, Alan serves on public sector advisory boards of several technology companies, on the advisory board of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Va. Tech., and on the Board of the Organization of Retired CIA officers.

Alan lives in Annandale Virginia with his wife and two children.

Niloo Howe

SVP and Chief Strategy Officer at RSA, Former Chief Strategy Officer, Endgame

Niloo Howe has over 25 years' experience in the technology Industry. She currently serves as SVP and Chief Strategy Officer at RSA, the security division of EMC. In this role, she leads RSA's overall corporate strategy, including corporate development and planning. Prior to RSA, she was the Chief Strategy officer at Endgame where she was responsible for driving market and product strategy, as well as corporate development and planning.

Prior to Endgame, she spent nine years as Managing Director of Paladin Capital Group, a $1 billion private equity fund focused on investing in the national security sector, where she led the development and implementation of Paladin’s family of funds investment strategies as well as oversight of Paladin’s investment portfolio, which included early, growth, late stage investments as well as buyouts. Previously she worked at Zone Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm in Los Angeles, as a consultant with McKinsey & Co., and as a lawyer with O’Melveny & Myers.

Niloo graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School and holds a bachelor’s degree from Columbia. Her non-profit work includes serving as a member of the Sibley Memorial Hospital (a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine) Board of Trustees, as Vice Chair of its Investment Committee, on the Board of Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation, and on the Board of Directors of IREX, an international non-profit organization focused on promoting positive lasting change globally.