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The NeuVector Solution

As enterprises move to the cloud, whether public, private, or hybrid, the traditional security boundaries blur and traditional tools become increasingly obsolete. The NeuVector vision is to provide security for a world with changing perimeters, where workloads can run securely in any environment.

NeuVector, the leader in Full Lifecycle Container Security, delivers uncompromising end-to-end security for modern container infrastructures. NeuVector offers a cloud-native Kubernetes security platform with end-to-end vulnerability management, automated CI/CD pipeline security, and complete run-time security, including the industry’s only container firewall to block zero days and other threats. DevOps, DevSecOps, and Security teams have the tools and protection they need to secure the entire container pipeline, from Build to Ship to Run, automatically.

NeuVector customers include global leaders in financial services, healthcare, transportation, government and other industries. For customers in highly regulated industries, NeuVector simplifies compliance for PCI, GDPR, and HIPAA. NeuVector integrates with leading cloud platforms, CI/CD tools, and monitoring tools to provide unmatched flexibility. Founded by industry veterans from Fortinet, VMware, and Trend Micro, NeuVector has developed patented behavioral learning for container security.

NeuVector is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Leadership

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Stephanie Fohn

President & CEO

Stephanie has over 20 years of experience as a CEO and senior executive in enterprise software, cybersecurity and SaaS. She was CEO of Rundeck, Remotium, and WhiteHat Security, where she led the company through a period of exceptional growth. She held executive management positions at SecurityFocus, Tripwire, and Pilot Network Services. As a woman in leadership, she was recognized by Forbes and received four Stevie Awards, among others.
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Fei Huang

Co-Founder & CSO

Fei has over 20 years of experience in enterprise security, virtualization, cloud and embedded software. He was part of the founding team of Cloudvolumes (acquired by VMware) and cofounder of Provilla, a DLP security company (acquired by TrendMicro). Fei holds several patents in security, virtualization and software architecture.
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Gary Duan

Co-Founder & CTO

Gary has over 15 years of experience in networking, security, cloud, and data center software. He was the architect of Fortinet’s award winning DPI product and has managed development teams
at vArmour, Fortinet, Cisco and Altigen. His technology expertise includes IDS/IPS, OpenStack, NSX and orchestration systems. He holds several patents in security and data center technology.

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Glen Kosaka

VP Product Management
& Marketing

Glen has over 20 years of experience in enterprise security, marketing SaaS, and infrastructure software. He has held executive management positions at Trend Micro, Provilla, Reactivity, Resonate, Quantum and Rignite.
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Dawn van Hoegaerden

VP of Marketing

Dawn is an experienced enterprise software marketer, with a focus on security start-ups. Prior to NeuVector, she held senior marketing roles at WhiteHat Security, Remotium, Rundeck, and Fyde. 

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Susan Don

VP Business Development

Susan has 20+ years’ experience as a security sales leader and strategic business development professional. Over her career she has worked with several companies in various stages of start-up with responsibility for generating new business in highly competitive markets, domestically and abroad, and developing strategy and sales infrastructure to support scalable revenue growth. Notable organizations in which Susan has built partner ecosystems to accelerate revenue growth include Cisco Systems where she directed the global security partner go-to-market strategy, doubling the annual security revenue to $2B. At WhiteHat Security, she served as VP Channel Development, increasing partner revenue contribution by over 66%. At Check Point Software she ran sales and pre-sales engineering for Check Point’s Southwest territory during a time when the company was a little-known start-up.

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