Tim has been a crucial asset to hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, bringing in well over $100 million annually for cybersecurity products from companies he’s started and managed from the beginning.
Tim joined Caveonix in 2018 as Chief Financial Officer and has over 15 years’ experience in corporate leadership, diversification, transformation of services, technology and manufacturing enterprises for both public and private sector companies.
Prior to that, Tim served as the owner of Whetstone Capital, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Georgetown University, Global Chief Financial Officer and North America’s General Manager of Lithium Corp. At Caveonix, Tim oversees finance, accounting, HR and other related admin functions that help shape the company’s overall strategy.
Senthil joined Caveonix in 2017 as a Chief Technology Officer, with over 20 years’ experience in accelerating innovation for companies in the big data and security industry. Prior to that, he worked at AOL as a Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect and Systems Architect, as well as at Netscape as a Principal Software Engineer.
Senthil leads the Caveonix global product development team which supports R&D and data science teams. He and his team are building artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data solutions into our cloud-native platform.
Kaus Phaltankar most recently served as a Senior Vice President for Dell Technologies. Before that Kaus was Global President of Virtustream Security Solutions, a Dell Technologies company, where he was an evangelist and a technology leader developing compliance and risk management solutions for private, public and hybrid clouds, globally.
Kaus was the founder and CEO at ViewTrust Technology where he developed and implemented solutions for cloud and enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Continuous Compliance Automation and Risk Monitoring. Virtustream acquired ViewTrust in 2014.
Kaus has US patents for designing advanced data center architecture for the highest level of resiliency and reliability and authored the book “Implementing Secure Intranets and Extranets,” with a foreword by Internet pioneer Dr. Vint Cerf. He has presented at the World Bank, AFCEA, and the National Defense University, and is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami, teaching a course in Cyber Security.
Tim Sullivan is a successful entrepreneur with a track record of building emerging technology companies specializing in cybersecurity. Hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and government agencies purchase well over $100 million annually in cybersecurity products from companies Tim started and managed from the founding stage.
Before Caveonix, Tim led nPulse Technologies from a 4-person startup focused on providing packet capture technology, to a position in cybersecurity as the premier provider of network forensics for the world’s fastest networks. Numerous leading customers use nPulse products from the U.S Intelligence Community, Wall Street banks, to Tier 1 telco providers. In May 2014, FireEye purchased nPulse.
Before nPulse, Tim founded and was CEO of Fidelis Security Systems, another leading cybersecurity company, where he was a crucial player in the development of the data leakage prevention (DLP) market. In August 2012, General Dynamics purchased Fidelis. Fidelis is today independent, private equity-backed, and named Fidelis Cybersecurity. Additionally, Tim is Chairman of Syncurity, a leading Security Orchestration, and Automation (SOAR) company.
Tim holds both a BA and an MBA from Columbia. He is a former U.S. Marine Corps Infantry Platoon Commander. Active in veterans causes, Tim presently sits on the board of Yellow Ribbon Fund and is a past board member of Dog Tag Bakery.
Tom E. Noonan
Tom Noonan is a founding partner of TechOperators LLC, an early stage technology investment firm in Atlanta. Noonan is also Chairman of TEN Holdings, LLC, a diversified family office investment company. Most recently, he was the General Manager of the Energy Management business of Cisco Systems, following the acquisition of his company JouleX in 2013, where he was co-founder and CEO. A serial entrepreneur, Noonan also co-founded Endgame Security where he currently serves on the board of directors.
Endgame is the leading provider of software solutions for endpoint protection, protecting national security missions from the most sophisticated adversaries in the world’s most hostile environments.
He is also the former chairman, president and chief executive officer of Internet Security Systems, Inc., which was acquired by IBM for $1.9B in 2006.
Tom Noonan and Chris Klaus founded ISS in 1994 to develop the premier network security management company.
Noonan holds a mechanical engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a business degree from Harvard University.
He is a frequent speaker at leading industry events and serves on numerous, company, industry and civic boards, including Intercontinental Exchange (ICE/NYSE), Manhattan Associates (MANH), Endgame, Phantom Cyber, Ionic Security, Barkly Protects, NexDefense, SalesLoft , Relayr, and DeDrone.
Noonan serves on the boards of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, The Westminster Schools, the Georgia Tech Foundation and the Georgia Tech Athletic Association.
He is an active technology investor and is a leading philanthropist through the work of the Thomas Noonan Family Foundation that supports education, environmental and healthcare causes locally and nationally.
Tom McDonough is an experienced board member and operating executive with more than 35 years of management experience in the enterprise software and cybersecurity industry.
He currently serves on the board of directors of several cybersecurity companies as well as an advisor to venture capital and private equity firms.
Tom’s experience and leadership skills have contributed to the value creation of more than $5B in shareholder wealth through two IPO’s and four acquisitions at four different companies.
Tom has held senior management positions at a number of technology companies and most recently was Advisor, Corporate Development and Integration to Cisco’s Security Business Group where he played a key role in the acquisition of 6 cybersecurity companies valued at more than $6B. Prior to Cisco, Tom was the President and COO of Sourcefire for 11 years and responsible for much of the company’s day to day operations. Cisco acquired Sourcefire in October of 2013 for $2.7B.
He also served as the Chief Executive Officer of Mountain Wave, an early-stage cybersecurity company which was acquired by Symantec in July of 2002.
Tom holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Notre Dame.