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Pat Clawson, Chairman of the Board
Patrick Clawson serves as Chairman and CEO of Lumension, where he is responsible for leading the company's overall strategic direction to drive revenue growth and profitability as well as overseeing the day to day operations. Clawson brings more than 20 years of software industry experience and has a successful track record of running high tech companies. Clawson has extensive experience in both domestic and international sales, marketing, and operations with companies in the information security segment. Prior to joining Lumension, Clawson served as Chairman and CEO of CyberGuard Corporation (NASDAQ: CGFW), a security software company he successfully grew and positioned for acquisition by Secure Computing (NASDAQ: SCUR) for $295 million. During his tenure, Clawson developed and implemented a new global distribution strategy that catapulted CyberGuard to record breaking revenue growth and two consecutive years of profitability. He also spearheaded the launch of new technologies into the marketplace and oversaw the integration of more than four key acquisitions.
Jeffrey G. Banks is the founder and CEO of The Banks Group LLC, a private investment company that focuses on internet-related financial services, business-to-business, and media services companies. Mr. Banks also serves on the board of directors of FOLIOfn. Prior to founding The Banks Group in 1997, Mr. Banks was a leading figure in the out-of-home media business. His consolidated companies placed his holdings among the top ten out-of-home media firms in the nation. Mr. Banks received his BA in English from University of the Pacific and completed graduate work at Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. He served on the Board of Regents for the University of the Pacific and is a member of WPO and CEO.
Rob has been a Venture Partner at Scale Venture Partners since 2005, focusing on infrastructure technology investments. Prior to joining ScaleVP, Rob worked at AMD where he led the company’s worldwide sales and marketing as Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. While at AMD, he also held posts in sales, marketing and general management. Currently, he sits on the boards of Discera, Enpirion, Innovative Micro Technology, MIPS Technologies, and NComputing.
Rob holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois.
Michael Jacobs is an independent consultant on Information Assurance matters. Previously (2002 to 2007) he served as a Vice President and Director of the Cyber and National Security Program for SRA International, Inc. Prior to SRA, Mr. Jacobs was the Information Assurance (IA) Director at the National Security Agency (NSA). Under his leadership, NSA began implementing an Information Assurance strategy to protect the Defense Information Infrastructure and as appropriate, the National Information Infrastructure. An industry veteran with 38 years in the federal government, Mr. Jacobs had a long and distinguished career at the National Security Agency where he served in key management positions in both the Intelligence and IA mission areas. He served as the Deputy Associate Director for Operations, Military Support where he was responsible for developing a single, coherent military support strategy for NSA. During his tenure at NSA, Jacobs was a leader in Information Systems Security production and control, policy and doctrine and customer relations.
He has testified before Congress on defense issues and has spoken widely on topics ranging from IA to cultural diversity. For his vision, dedication, and accomplishments, he has been recognized by the Department of Defense with the Distinguished Civilian Service Medal; by the Director Central Intelligence with the Intelligence Community's Distinguished Service Award; and by NSA with the Exceptional Civilian Service Award. In addition, he has been awarded the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement and was twice awarded the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Achievement. He received a B.S. degree in Business Administration from King's College and completed the Senior Managers in Government Program at Harvard University's Kennedy School.
Gerard is an entrepreneur, business developer and technologist. In the mid 90s Gerard created one of the first Web development companies and with his team he acquired a series of Fortune 1000 companies as references. Gerard then launched ProLease, a leasing company that was successfully sold after 18 months. After heading an important e-finance practice from 1995 to 1998, Gerard joined a digital television company as a top-level executive and number two to the CEO. He left to create Mangrove Capital Partners at the end of 1999, a technology venture capital investment firm focusing on Early Stage and Expansion Stage proprietary operations in Europe, where he is one of the managing partners.
Gerard is now on the board of Lumension after being the Chairman of SecureWave where he served as CEO for a two year period. Gerard sits on the board of Jambaz, Allpeers, Openads and other technology companies as well as being of the Advisory Council for Miami University Business School. Gerard contributes as a lecturer to the entrepreneurial cause by participating in various university and industry programs including Miami University and Berkeley University. He speaks 7 languages fluently.
Donnie Moore was senior vice president, finance and administration and chief financial officer (CFO) for Cognos Incorporated from 1986 until his retirement in 2001. He had responsibilities for financial and administrative operations worldwide. He has more than 30 years of financial and administrative expertise in the computing and related industries.
Moore joined Cognos in 1986, as vice president, finance and CFO responsible for all financial operations and facilities. In 1988, administration, logistics, IT and human resources were added to his responsibilities. In 1989, he was promoted to senior vice president, finance and administration and also became responsible for legal affairs and government relations.
Before joining Cognos, Moore was corporate director, plans and analysis at the world headquarters of the Burroughs Corporation in Detroit, Michigan. Prior to that, he held positions as CFO of Burroughs Canada in Toronto, Canada and Burroughs Limited in Wellington, New Zealand.
Moore currently sits on the board of directors of two public companies. The two companies are Synchronoss Technologies ( Bridgewater, New Jersey ), a telecommunications transaction management software company, and OFI Group ( Ottawa, Ontario ), a fiberglass insulation manufacturing company. Moore has previously sat on the boards of a number of enterprise software companies.
Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering (computer science) from the University of Oklahoma and an MBA in finance from the University of Houston.