SafeStack appoints advisory board
SafeStack is thrilled to announce the appointment of our first advisory board.
After a 3-month global search and interviews with dozens of amazing candidates, we have put together a diverse advisory board from around the world to help us as we grow.
As a first-time business leader and with a mix of product, training and services in our global portfolio, I am excited to have such experienced advisers on the team.
Meet the SafeStack Advisory Board
Top Left: Courtney Schneider, Sam Stewart, Jess DeVita, Bottom Left: Rudi Bublitz, Ally Miller, Kevin Kanji
Israel, Cyber Security and Harvard MBA
Courtney Schneider leads global ICS cyber security policy and research for Waterfall Security Solutions at their headquarters in Rosh Haayin, Israel.
She has over 10 years of experience as a strategic consultant for tier 1 global consulting firms across multiple verticals in the United States, France, New Zealand and Israel. She holds an MBA from Georgetown University and a BA from Harvard University.
New Zealand, Angel Investor and Startup Specialist
Rudi is passionate about growing startups. He is the chief cat herder at Flying Kiwis Angels and a regular of ADI.Clinic. His philosophy is people, principles and process, zero politics. He now works with a diverse range of startup founders after growing a UK consulting business to over 400 staff before exiting via trade sale.
USA (Seattle/LA), Chef
Jessica DeVita is a Technical Evangelist at Chef. Previously at Microsoft as an evangelist, she championed the Windows IT Pro community to adopt devops and introduce them to the power of automation. Ms. DeVita serves on the advisory board of the Mitch Hill Center for Applied Business IT http://mchabit.org and is the founder of the consulting firm UberGeekGirl, serving music + entertainment firms in Los Angeles.
New Zealand, Security/consulting/banking and U.K finance
Kevin is first and foremost a technology geek with love for his family, travelling and craft beer. He is also the CISO for TSG, an international payments and CRM company. He knows that information confidence — which enables the safe sharing and networking of ideas — is a better way to use security and benefit us all. He holds a law degree from Leeds Beckett University, which enables him to provide ambiguous answers to simple questions upon request
USA (San Francisco), Senior product at Google & Head of O’Reilly security conference
Allison Miller (@selenakyle) is a technology executive with 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, behavioral analytics, product/platform development, e-commerce/retail, and financial services. Currently, Allison works in product strategy at Google, mitigating security risks to the Google platform and end-users. Prior to Google, she held technical and leadership roles at Electronic Arts, Tagged.com (now the Meet Group), PayPal/eBay and Visa International. Miller is also active locally and internationally on issues relevant to the cybersecurity industry and online safety, currently holding Board roles with ISC(2) (Treasurer), and the Center for Cyber Safety and Education (Trustee).
USA (San Francisco), Security Start up
Sam “Frenchie” Stewart is an experienced startup founder, angel investor, and security tinkerer. He has previously worked as a Security Consultant & Penetration Tester, and has spoken at several Hacker Conventions. He joined Culture Amp as Head of Technology in October 2016.