The four executives are
- Emmi Nguy, Vice President of Finance & Operations
- Marcelo Oliveira, Vice President of Product Management
- Thomas Schaeffer, Vice President of People
- Jason Stutt, Senior Vice President of North America Sales
"We are on a mission to make cyber-attacks irrelevant. Our ability to map what our customers' software is supposed to do and stop it from doing what it is not, due to ransomware attacks or other anomalies, is unrivaled," said Dave Furneaux, Chief Executive Officer of Virsec.
"Our mission combined with our innovative technology is attracting the top talents in the industry to Virsec. These experienced executives are very highly regarded in their areas of practice and will play a pivotal role in our success as we embark on our hyper-growth journey as a company."
Emmi Nguy pictured) has more than 20 years of experience leading all aspects of financial governance and financial operations. Prior to joining Virsec, she served as VP of Finance, Strategy and Planning at Vectra AI, where she was instrumental in growing and scaling the company to $1B+ in valuation.
Before Vectra AI, she held various finance management positions at global companies, including Juniper Networks and Johnson & Johnson.
Marcelo Oliveira is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in product management, product marketing, business development, and engineering, and has been working as a product management executive for over a decade across Cisco, Symantec, and, most recently, Contrast Security.
Thomas Schaeffer has several decades of experience leading people operations, helping scale six technology companies from startup through IPO and beyond. included Synopsys, StrataCom/Cisco, Juniper Networks, and, most recently, NIO.
Jason Stutt has been working in sales leadership roles for over 25 years and has significant experience scaling hyper-growth go-to-market organisations. Previously, he was Senior Vice President, Global Sales & Business Development for Armorblox and has held management positions at many leading cybersecurity companies, including Duo Security, which Cisco acquired for $2.35b