CEO & Co-founder
CEO & Co-founder
Chief Software Architect & Co-founder
VP / Sales
Jeff Fleischer is the VP of Sales for ReversingLabs where he leads the Enterprise, International and Federal sales teams. Jeff has over 20 years of experience in security with leadership positions at Safeboot (Acquired by McAfee), Cofense (formerly PhishMe), ASG and Wave Systems. Jeff develops and nurtures global, C-level relationships through serving the big-picture security needs of large organizations and conveys streamlined efficiencies on territory management, business development, client acquisition and retention, revenue growth and execution.
VP / THREAT RESEARCH
Scott Lambert is the Vice President of Threat Intelligence Research at ReversingLabs. Scott leads a team of highly skilled software reverse engineers and threat intelligence researchers who are responsible for analyzing new malware, creating enriched threat context data, and updating the content in ReversingLabs industry leading TitaniumCloud File Intelligence service. Prior to ReversingLabs, Scott was VP of Threat Intelligence at Alert Logic where he drove efforts to develop innovative detection methods and actionable intelligence for threats that target both Cloud and hosted Data Center environments. He has held executive positions at Click Security and HP, as well as intelligence and engineering positions at L-3, Network Security, Veridian, Symantec Corporation, and Microsoft. Scott holds a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from St Mary’s University
VP / TECHNOLOGY
Igor leads technology initiatives at ReversingLabs. He has held executive technology management positions at public, venture-funded and IPO companies. Igor brings 20 years of experience in early stage companies that deliver products as a subscription (SAAS) or as on-premises appliances. In addition Igor brings experience from the telco, enterprise and medical industries. He has served as VP of engineering at IHM Services, Active Broadband Networks, Cartiza Networks and BigBand Networks.
VP / BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Craig leads Business Development responsible for technology partnerships, OEM and strategic alliances. He has over 20 years’ experience in ERP, managed services, cloud and security in a variety of operational roles across sales, alliances, product management, business ops and contracts. Prior to ReversingLabs he was responsible for OEM business at Cylance, a next generation AI based prevention company. Before that he held senior leadership positions at Webroot, IBM, and Corio (acquired by IBM). Craig has a degree in Economics from UC Davis and a JD from Lewis & Clark.
VP / MARKETING
Tyson Whitten is a seasoned marketing executive with over 20 years of security experience at high-growth companies. Tyson serves as the VP of Global Marketing for ReversingLabs where he leads all aspects of marketing including go-to-market, awareness, demand generation, field marketing, product marketing, partner marketing and content marketing. Tyson has held senior leadership positions at CA Technologies (Acquired by Broadcom), SecureWorks, and Guardent (Acquired by VeriSign). Tyson holds a B.S. in Finance and MIS from Boston College, and an MBA from Boston College's Carroll School of Management.
Managing Director of ForgePoint Capital
Sean Cunningham has spent over 25 years in the high-tech industry. Sean joined ForgePoint Capital in 2015 as Managing Director to help build out the investment team and raise Fund I. Prior to ForgePoint Capital, Cunningham led Cybersecurity investments for fifteen years at Intel Capital. While at Intel Capital, Cunningham invested in 18 Cybersecurity companies with 13 successful exits.
At ForgePoint Capital, he has led the investment rounds and on the Board of Directors for ID Experts, Reversing Labs, Appthority (acquired by Symantec October 2018), Prevoty (Prevoty acquired by Imperva August 2018) and Anitian.
Cunningham holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance and an MBA from Gonzaga University.
Former CEO of Black Duck Software
Doug Levin has over 30 years of successful experience as a business leader, technologist, and serial entrepreneur. As the founder and first CEO of Black Duck Software, he built a company that solved the challenges of safely using open source code and discovering malware in commercial products. (Black Duck was acquired by Synopsys in 2017.) He presently serves as the independent Board member for ReversingLabs. He is an Executive-in-Residence (EIR) at the Harvard Business School and mentor for the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund and MIT Venture Mentoring Service. He serves as a senior advisor to Carbon Relay, Prescient Devices, Wabbi, ZyloTech and several other companies. Earlier in his career, Doug held senior management positions at Microsoft over a nine-year period. He has an advanced degree in International Economics from the Collège d'Europe in Bruges, Belgium and a BA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
MANAGING DIRECTOR CYBERSECURITY ARCHITECTURE OF JPMC
Patrick Opet is Managing Director and Global Head of Architecture and Engineering for Cybersecurity & Technology Controls at JPMorgan Chase responsible for the technology strategy, design, development, delivery, and effectiveness of the firm’s defensive systems and technology controls. He is a member of the Cybersecurity & Technology Controls Operating Committee as well as the Global Technology Architecture Committee. Additionally, Patrick is the Cybersecurity & Technology Controls lead for the firm’s Global Technology Infrastructure organization. Patrick is an experienced security leader and engineer, skilled in leading large global organizations through technology transformation. Prior to JPMorgan Chase, Patrick was at Lockheed Martin where he held positions leading product development and research, complex systems delivery, and global security transformation programs.
CEO & Co-founder
Mario founded ReversingLabs in 2009. He serves as CEO driving all aspects of the company's strate-gy, operations and implementation. Mario has held senior technical positions at Bit9 (now Carbon-Black), Microsoft, Groove Networks, and PictureTel (now Polycom). He is the author of numerous re-search studies, speaking regularly at FS-ISAC, RSA, Black Hat and other leading security conferences. Mario is a graduate of Boston University and Swarthmore College.
Chief Software Architect & Co-founder
Tomislav founded ReversingLabs in 2009 and serves as Chief Architect leading all aspects of the company's product and services strategy as well as implementation. He has been analyzing and developing software packing and protection methods for the last 8 years. As chief software architect, he has conceived and driven the development of such projects as TiCore, TitanEngine, NyxEngine and RLPack. Recently, he spoke at BlackHat, ReCon, CARO Workshop, SAS and TechnoSecurity conferences.
Thomas Aidan Curran has worked in the software industry for over 25 years. His experience includes independent software developer, founder, executive, investor and advisor to numerous software companies. He recently served as interim CTO of Hybris during the company's aquistition by SAP. Before that he held numerous roles at Deutsche Telekom AG including CTO Products and Innovation, and DT Fellow. Previously he worked for SAP, Microsoft, Groove Networks, IBM and Bertelsmann,. Thomas has founded five high tech software companies in his career. He has also held research and teaching roles at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, the Science Center Berlin, Technical University Berlin, and the University of Arts in Berlin. Thomas also serves on the Board of Directors of Zoobe, the animated messaging service company.
Goran Medic is based in Croatia, but was educated and gained business experience in the USA. Goran has been active in the private equity, property, hospitality and technology fields over the last 20 years, and has been involved in business development of ReversingLabs from the inception. Goran is currently President of several Boards of Directors including private and publicly listed companies in Croatia (Ilirija d.d.). He has held positions in Operations, as well as CEO of a listed company and has executed M&A transactions as well as commercial greenfield projects in the past. His focus now is in an advisory/supervisory role on strategic and business development decisions, in challenging and growing businesses.
Jeff Seul has advised and served as an executive or board member of many emerging tech companies over the past 25 years. He was part of the management team of Groove Networks, a software company acquired by Microsoft in 2005, and he has served on the boards of C3 Technologies, Energy Materials Corporation, Movimento Group and other companies. Jeff is now co-chair of the Venture Capital and Emerging Companies Team at Holland & Knight, a large law firm. Earlier in his career, Jeff taught at Harvard Law School and practiced with law firms in San Francisco and Boulder.