Ahmed Rubaie is responsible for scaling the company's growth, profitability and strategic differentiation in the marketplace as a leader in continuous identity security.
As a global technology veteran with extensive executive management experience in both publicly-traded and private companies, Rubaie led the growth and transformation of several global companies in the software domain, including security. He has extensive experience in SaaS and other business models across a wide array of scale. Rubaie also serves as Executive Chairman of Crownpeak Technology, and is an advisor to K1 Investment Management.
Over the last 30 years, Rubaie’s career has included Coopers & Lybrand, BHP, Avery Dennison, Ariba, Fortinet, and Sitecore.
Rubaie holds a bachelor's degree in economics and management from Albion College in Albion, MI, and a JD from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He lives in the Bay Area and has been involved with various professional, industry, and civic organizations.
Keith Graham is the Chief Technology Officer at SecureAuth. With 17 years in security, product management, product development and consulting, Graham is recognized as an industry leader in developing adaptive identity security and access control solutions. Today as CTO, he leads the product group in creating innovative tools that address evolving business challenges by providing maximum security and a frictionless user experience.
Before joining SecureAuth in 2014, Graham was the Senior Product Manager 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 be the Principle Product Manager in charge of integration of the Mandiant product line in to the FireEye portfolio; and ultimately became responsible for the Endpoint product line.
Prior to Mandiant and FireEye, Graham worked as a Solutions Architect, Product Management and Development Manager, and a consultant at Quest Software for 8 years (now part of Dell). Graham ultimately came to architect security and identity management solutions for some of Quest's largest customers, including the UK Ministry of Defense, HMRC, HSBC, UBS, and PwC.
Graham holds a Bachelor's of Science in Computing from the University of Greenwich, UK, and a Master's of Science in Information Security and Biometrics from the University of Kent, UK. Graham also holds Chartered IT Professional (CITP) status from the British Computer Society.
With more than 25 years of marketing and advertising experience on the client and agency side serving both B2B technology and B2C brands, Mark brings a well-rounded perspective to modern revenue marketing and a proven track record of building break-out companies and powerful new categories. Mark was most recently Founder and Principal of Parasol Consulting, a brand strategy and marketing services firm focused on positioning B2B tech companies. Prior to that, he served as Senior Vice President of Global Marketing for Trax Technologies – an international supply chain SaaS provider specializing in Logistics Performance Management. Other high impact, client-side roles included marketing leadership positions with Acxiom and Cyclone Commerce (now Axway). Additionally, he worked for top tier advertising and marketing agencies, including Carmichael Lynch Advertising, Carlson Marketing Group, and Mindspace – a leading integrated B2B technology marketing firm he co-founded in 2004. Mark graduated cum laude from The University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN with a BA in Marketing.
Justin Dolly is Chief Security Officer and Chief Operating Officer at SecureAuth. Dolly brings 20 years of experience in advanced IT, infrastructure, web, application and product security, risk management, network engineering and design as well as leading IT and customer success initiatives at multiple companies. In his role, Dolly will oversee information security, infrastructure, Dev Ops and information technology.
Dolly comes to SecureAuth from Malwarebytes where he served as Chief Security Officer and CIO. Prior to Malwarebytes, he was Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Jawbone. While there he led the company’s privacy and security initiatives. Prior to that, he was Chief Information Security Officer at ServiceNow, and served as VMware's first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). While at VMware he led the company’s initiative to create an information security program. Dolly also worked in technology leadership roles at Kaiser Permanente, CNET/CBS Interactive, Macromedia and Wells Fargo.
Dolly holds a bachelor’s degree from Maynooth University and has served on the board of directors for several companies.
Nick Mansour is the Chief Revenue Officer at SecureAuth. With over 13 years of experience in enterprise software sales, Mansour leads SecureAuth's global sales organization while overseeing business development operations, including market competitiveness, pricing, distribution, and channel strategy. By developing a global strategy that has helped IT leaders protect their organizations with the world's most advanced adaptive identity access platform, Mansour has steered SecureAuth to the top of the field.
Prior to joining SecureAuth, Mansour spent over four years as the Vice President of Sales at BlueCat, where he was responsible for both sales and pre-sales engineering teams in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. Mansour built the foundational processes to enable these field teams to execute and drive sales performance. He also developed and implemented their MSP strategy, which attracted marquis providers like Verizon, IBM, AT&T, HP, and CSC. Prior to Bluecat, Mansour spent over nine years at Quest Software in a variety of roles, including Director of Sales for North America.
Mansour holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Marketing from the University of Southern California.
Thomas R. Moyes
Thomas R. Moyes is Chief Financial Officer at SecureAuth. He has spent much of his 25 years of experience in finance, strategic planning and accounting working with high-growth technology companies. He also worked in the broadcast industry and in the commercial and investment banking industry. In his role, Moyes will oversee and direct all financial operations of the company, in addition to business affairs and legal.
Moyes comes to SecureAuth from K1 Investments where he served as CFO Advisor for the private equity firm. Prior to K1, he spent 8 years as CFO and COO at RevShare and AdMore, two brands in the Carlyle Group and HIG Capital portfolio. He led efforts to turn around the company and grow it—and was instrumental in the successful sale in 2016. Prior to that, Moyes was CFO at Medicor, where he oversaw the initial public offering of the company and was a key player in the international M&A activity of the publicly-traded medical technology company. Before that, he held the post of CFO at Ascent Media Networks. He served as director of finance at The Walt Disney Company for nearly a decade, and as VP of finance and accounting for Columbia Tri Star International TV, now part of Sony. Moyes also spent four years in commercial and investment banking on Wall Street with Bankers Trust Company.
Moyes holds undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Economics from Occidental College and received his MBA from The Wharton School. He serves on several company board of directors.
Stephen Cox is a technology veteran with nearly 20 years in the IT industry, including 10 years experience leading software development teams in the security industry. A key player in some of the most influential IT security firms in the world, he is recognized as an expert in identity, network and endpoint threat detection, as well as an accomplished software architect.
As Vice President and Chief Security Architect at SecureAuth, Stephen is helping to establish identity as the third pillar of security and the mission to eliminate identity-related breaches. Previously, Stephen has served as technical lead of the Endpoint and FireEye-as-a-Service development teams at FireEye/Mandiant. These teams specialized in forensics and endpoint event monitoring as part of the FireEye HX platform. Before Mandiant, Stephen was at RSA NetWitness, as principal developer of NetWitness Spectrum, served a number of years at VeriSign in support of the DNS Resolution Operations team, and also in various software development roles at Northrop Grumman and America Online.
Stephen holds a Master of Science in Software Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Integrative Studies, both from George Mason University.
Holly Gibeaut is General Counsel at SecureAuth. In her role, she is responsible for providing legal guidance to the company and oversees its global corporate, commercial, intellectual property, and regulatory legal affairs. She is an efficient and detail-oriented problem solver with a demonstrated ability to proactively mitigate risk while carrying out forward-thinking action plans to enhance profitability.
Gibeaut brings over 13 years of legal and operational experience at technology companies, most recently with Aspect Software, a market leader in both premise and cloud-based contact center and customer engagement platforms. Prior to that, she served as Assistant General Counsel at TASER International (now AXON) where she partnered with executive management to shift the company from a weapon manufacturer to a SaaS technology solution provider. While at TASER, Gibeaut oversaw the company’s compliance and regulatory affairs, brand protection, litigation matters and acted as the lead negotiator on large procurement contracts with major public safety agencies across the US and internationally.
Gibeaut began her legal career with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. and then later served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona under Janet Napolitano before entering into private practice, acting in numerous roles as a skilled commercial litigator. Having a passion for public service, Gibeaut serves as a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children in the Maricopa County, Arizona foster care system. She holds a B.A. from the University of Arizona, and a J.D. from George Washington University Law School.
As a Senior Vice President of Identity Strategy at SecureAuth, Robert Block is responsible for executing on SecureAuth's strategic vision of preventing the misuse of stolen credentials. Considered a thought leader in IAM with numerous focus areas, Robert will interact with customers, other vendors, and leading industry analysts on the transformation of the authentication industry being led by SecureAuth.
Robert has over 19 years of results-oriented Information Technology experience - of which 15 years have been focused on Identity Management, Access Management and Access Governance solutions. Robert as an in-depth understanding of various Information Security and IT challenges and requirements across multiple industries, and has worked with a diverse set of clients ranging from Global Fortune 500s to privately held small businesses.
Robert Block has written several industry white papers and a number of blogs addressing a wide range of topics relevant to the Identity & Access Management Industry.
Rohit Khanna, Chief Customer Officer at SecureAuth, has more than two decades of experience in security, business to business integration and infrastructure management solutions. He is a results-driven leader with a successful track record in solving customer challenges through technological innovation. At SecureAuth, he has guided the business vision in delivering the best possible user experience while maximizing protection, productivity and profitability. In making the digital world a safer place, he has helped SecureAuth reset the standard for what customers deserve from their identity security and access control solutions.
Khanna came to SecureAuth from Trax technologies (Big Data analytics), where as a Chief Customer Success Officer, he led a global customer success (professional services, managed services, technical support and renewals) team. Prior to that, Khanna served as Executive Vice President of Global Strategy and Corporate Development for SEEBURGER AG where he led Americas P&L and started a new global channel and alliances group that extended the company's business integration platform into new vertical markets resulting in three folds annual revenue growth. Earlier, Khanna worked with SecureAuth CEO Jeff Kukowski at Axway as SVP of global services, and he has more than 15 years of additional experience in business-to-business integration, managed file transfer, infrastructure management and enterprise application integration with Cyclone Commerce, Peregrine Systems, Harbinger, and Premenos.
Khanna earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer and Information Sciences from San Francisco State University and an MBA in Telecommunications from the University of San Francisco School of Management. He has continued his executive education with a Product Innovation & Negotiation certification from Harvard Business School.
Mike Desai has over 20 years of sales and business development leadership experience in the technology and software security industry. As an Executive Vice President of International Sales at SecureAuth, Desai is responsible for the overall go-to-market strategy and sales for EMEA, APAC, and LATAM.
Desai comes most recently from xMatters, where he was responsible for Global Indirect Sales. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Global Business Development & Channel Sales for Ping Identity, where he gained deep experience with the identity and access management (IAM) space. There, he architected and operationalized a successful program for recruiting and retaining indirect channel partners, which resulted in 100% YoY growth. He also collaborated with engineering and product management in the design of the company's first cloud-based solution targeted for large managed security and service providers (MSSPs).
Desai holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Boston University.
Edgardo Artusi joins SecureAuth from Loyal Solutions, where he was their Chief Executive Officer and was responsible for the turnaround of the company strategy from a Java Boutique Tailor Made Software Factory to a product oriented EQMS Company for LATAM market. He has also held several engineering leadership roles at Sisdam Technologies, where he oversaw every technical matter and strategic decision related to market and product evolution. Under Artusi, his team implemented software development processes for performance and efficiency improvement, managed the capacity planning and costs estimation for change and defined the change management plan and migration strategies. Artusi holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering from Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires.