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.
Jay brings 25 years of enterprise, high tech sales experience to RedSeal. In his sales leadership roles, his primary responsibilities have been delivering revenue growth, implementing winning sales strategies across global organizations, and successfully executing go-to-market transformation in software companies. In his role as the Vice President, Commercial Business Unit, Jay is responsible for leading a global team, developing the commercial sales strategy, and guiding field execution. Prior to joining RedSeal, Jay held similar positions at F5 Networks, Symantec, Crossbeam, and Nokia.
Jay attended Faulkner University and studied Computer Science.
Ramesh Kaza is the Vice President of Customer Success, responsible for delivering cybersecurity business outcomes to RedSeal customers. He leads professional services, customer support, training, and customer success management teams at RedSeal. He is a global technology and customer success leader with nearly 25 years of experience building and leading large, multinational technical specialty teams in the cloud, networking, security, IoT, and collaboration markets.
He joined RedSeal in November 2018 from Cisco’s IoT customer experience team at Cisco, where he incubated and led the team to deliver industrial IoT solutions in manufacturing, Oil & Gas, and transportation verticals. He also led Asia Pacific, Japan, and China Collaboration practice teams as a part of three years of international assignment at Cisco. He is an author of Cisco Press Book on IP Telephony and holds four US Patents.
Ramesh earned a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from India and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
John has extensive experience in leading, growing and mentoring teams building complex enterprise software specializing in security, cloud native and on premises products. Prior to RedSeal, John was VP of Engineering at Balbix Inc., a leader in Risk Based Vulnerability Management. Prior to Balbix John was VP of Engineering at Voltage Security, the leader in enterprise encryption. After the acquisition of Voltage in 2015, John went on to lead the Voltage, Atalla HSM, Fortify and ArcSight engineering teams for HPE and Micro Focus.
Sarah brings more than 25 years of B2B technology marketing experience, with an ever-shifting focus on demand generation.
Before joining RedSeal, Sarah led the global demand generation and field marketing for commercial, SLED and Federal business units, introducing metrics-driven strategies at MarkLogic. Prior to MarkLogic, she served as VP of Marketing at Systech International, but it was at Ericsson where the love of strategic, multichannel campaigns that maximized demand generation took hold. Responsible for the campaigns for the global TV and Media division, her focus was on creatively moving prospects through the sales journey from awareness to closed sale.
Sarah holds a BFA in Communications Design from Syracuse University.
Wayne Lloyd has over 30 years of field experience in information technology with the last 20 years directly focusing on cybersecurity including computer and network security, advanced threat analysis, intrusion detection and operations, vulnerability risk assessment and policy and compliance. Working closely with DoD, the intelligence community and federal civilian agencies, Mr. Lloyd focuses on security and network engineering solutions that deliver actionable recommendations and remediation strategies, based on the mission requirements and the current system and network security state. Engaged in strategic customer projects including Cloud, Mobility, Data Center / Network Consolidation and Virtualization, Mr. Lloyd specializes in identifying the cyber strategies needed to effectively secure the client infrastructure as a whole.
As Vice President, Products, Sukesh Garg is responsible for all product management functions, user experience, product/technical marketing strategies/solutions. Prior to assuming his current position, Sukesh was responsible for the automation and analytics portfolio at Cisco Systems. Sukesh holds a Master of Business Administration degree from The Wharton School of Business, Master of Science from Rutgers University and Bachelor of Technology from National Institute of Technology.
Hom Bahmanyar joined RedSeal in 2011 and is now responsible for ensuring integration with products from other enterprise security and network vendors. Before joining RedSeal, he spent a decade at Cisco, most recently as an engineering director. Earlier in his career he was manager of software development at Savvion and senior software engineer at Novell Inc.
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.