Bryan brings RedSeal 30 years of experience in enterprise-grade commercial software and 18 years in cybersecurity. He has led organizations through massive growth, from early stage to IPO and beyond.
Before joining RedSeal, Bryan led Symantec Enterprise Security Group through a transition from traditional security company to cloud services organization as GM and SVP. Prior to Symantec, he was SVP and GM of the Network Security Group at Sophos where he expanded the network security business and helped the company go public. Bryan also spent 13 years at McAfee, serving as EVP and head of product development for a broad security portfolio.
Bryan holds a BS in electrical and electronics engineering and an MBA, both from Brigham Young University.
Greg has over 30 years of experience leading organizational finance teams. While serving as CFO of A10 Networks, he navigated the company through and beyond its $187 million IPO. His strategic financial and growth plans helped increase the company’s quarterly revenue by more than 260 percent over 5 years. Additionally, he held CFO positions at Kabira Technologies and AT&T/Pacific Bell Internet Services.
He also served as a principal at Meridian Business Systems, a consulting firm at the intersection of finance and strategy, where he assisted large and small organizations in growth planning, business plan development, fundraising and IPO planning.
Greg holds a degree in finance from UC Berkeley.
Christine brings to RedSeal more than 26 years of experience in direct sales and sales team development. Before joining the company in 2013, she led sales teams in federal, public sector, and service provider organizations in technology companies including Cisco and Verizon. In just three years at RedSeal, she contributed more than $30 million in revenue.
Christine holds dual BAs in Business Communications and English from Loyola University and attended the University of London with a focus in Mass Media and Journalism.
Board of Directors
Ray joined RedSeal as CEO in February 2014 and became executive chairman in June 2020. Prior to RedSeal he was a general partner at Venrock, one of RedSeal’s founding investors. At Venrock he invested in 53 companies including over a dozen in cybersecurity including Vontu, PGP, P-Cube, Imperva, Cloudflare, CTERA, and Shape Security. He is on the board of Check Point Software Technology, Ltd. an original Venrock investment, and Team8, both Tel Aviv–based companies. Ray is also a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporation board. He is a thought leader in cybersecurity and long time investor in the sector.