CEO Craig Lund is a seasoned technology-industry veteran with over 25 years of experience managing high-performing teams in some of the world’s leading technology companies and startups. Under his leadership, SecureAuth has become one of the recognized leaders in identity enforcement.
Before joining SecureAuth in 2005, Lund worked for IBM where he was a member of the World Wide Security Management division and was responsible for Security Sales Teams for the United States, Canada, and Latin America. He developed and managed the execution of sales strategy for five security product lines that resulted in more than $100 million of annual revenue. In addition, Lund developed and managed a worldwide program for Global Service Integrators such as KPMG, using the IBM Security Suite for their integrated security solutions.
Prior to his tenure at IBM, Lund was the vice president of sales and operations for the western region for Netegrity. During his tenure, Netegrity grew from a startup company into the industry standard for internet access control. Lund helped Netegrity build its sales and support teams, which resulted in the company’s $1 billion market capitalization before being acquired by CA. He also has also held sales and sales management positions at Dassault Systems, Intelligent Environments, Prime Computer and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Lund holds a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from Utah State University.
Thomas C. Stewart is the chief financial officer at SecureAuth Corporation and is responsible for the company’s financial operations. A recognized expert in the financial analysis of business technology decisions and ROI of information technology, Stewart is a frequent speaker at industry events.
Stewart joined SecureAuth in 2006 after six years at Intel Corporation. At Intel he held senior positions in both finance and marketing, and was responsible for strategic analysis and financial controls for delivering information technology solutions. Stewart also acted as strategic finance consultant to Intel Capital. In addition to investment portfolio analysis, he contributed financial analysis for several individual portfolio companies. While at Intel, Stewart built the European sales and marketing team targeting the IT system integrator channel. During that time, he managed the technical integration of newly developed Intel products into System Integrator partners who were responsible for more than $80M in Intel revenue.
Prior to joining Intel, Stewart held management positions at data networking and application services firms. He served as one of the first product managers for FutureLink, a pioneer in the development of the application service provider (ASP) concept.
Stewart holds a bachelor’s degree from Colorado College and a master’s degree in business from the Paul Merage School of Business at University of California, Irvine.
Keith Graham is Chief Technology Officer at SecureAuth Corporation. His expertise comes from 15 years in security, product management, product development, and consulting. As CTO, Graham leads product development and plays a major role in the creation and development of innovative features and upgrades for all of SecureAuth’s enterprise security solutions.
Before joining SecureAuth in 2014, Graham was at Mandiant and managed the Mandiant for Intelligent Response (MIR) product, where he focused primarily on endpoint Forensics. Following the acquisition of Mandiant by FireEye, Graham shifted to the integration of the Mandiant product line into the FireEye portfolio; and prior to his departure, he held responsibility for the overall endpoint product line.
Graham was also a part of Quest Software for 8 years (now part of Dell), where he held positions in product management, product development, and consulting. As a consultant, he architected security and identity management solutions for some of Quest’s largest customers, including the UK Ministry of Defence, HMRC, HSBC, UBS, and PwC.
Graham holds a bachelor’s of science degree in computing from the University of Greenwich, UK, and a master’s of science degree in information security and biometrics from the University of Kent, UK.
Graham also holds chartered IT professional status from the British Computer Society.
Tom Pak is the SVP of Worldwide Sales at SecureAuth. Tom brings with him over 15 years of sales, sales management, security, authentication, and identity access management experience. He is responsible for the direct sales, channel sales, and OEM strategy for SecureAuth.
Prior to SecureAuth, Pak was the WW VP of Strategic Sales and Business Development for the Cloud and Identity division of Identive [Nasdaq:INVE] that focused on the issuance of secure credentials to a smart card via SAAS, as well as the convergence of physical/logical access.
Previously, Pak was the VP of Sales Cloakware Division at Irdeto, a $200+M private company, where he was instrumental in selling the Cloakware Password Authority Division to Xceedium, and was named key man in the transaction. Pak was also the General Manager and VP of Sales for Protocom, an Australian-based start up focused on enterprise single sign-on and authentication software, and grew revenue to $20M, which in turn was acquired by Actividentity (formerly NASDAQ ACTI, now a part of HID Global). At Actividentity, a company that focused on two-factor authentication, card management systems, and single sign-on, he was the VP of Commercial Sales growing the business over 300% in his first 2 years, and eventually became the VP of Sales for both Commercial and Federal.
Tom holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in communications from University of California, Davis.
Jeff Lo is a product developer with more than 10 years of product management. As Vice President of Product Development, Jeff leads the development of SecureAuth Corporation’s authentication and single-sign-on (SSO) technologies. He has broad experience in product development, system integration, and a deep knowledge of SecureAuth strategy, customers, products, and technology. Lo is certified in several technologies in the web, network, and cloud technology space.
Prior to joining SecureAuth, Lo worked at a number of information security companies where he managed the development of various security solutions for the mortgage industry, including a check-imaging project that led the industry into a paperless era.
Lo holds a bachelor’s of science degree in computer information systems from Cal Poly Pomona.
Darin Pendergraft is an experienced leader, working in technology for over 15 years and occupying significant roles in major companies. As the Vice President of Marketing, he is responsible for increasing the company’s visibility, illuminating the value of SecureAuth’s products, and aligning sales with prospects in need of improved security.
Before joining SecureAuth in 2014, Pendergraft was the Principal Product Marketing Director at Oracle where he was responsible for driving marketing strategy for the Oracle Identity Management products. There, he worked closely with product development, sales, and alliances to promote cloud and mobile security solutions.
Prior to Oracle, Pendergraft spent 14 years at Quest Software (now part of Dell) where he led product management, product marketing, and marketing operations.
Pendegraft holds a bachelor’s of science degree in geophysics, and a master’s of science degree in geology from University of California, Riverside.
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