Global 2000 corporations around the world rely on Shape to provide best-in-class defense against malicious automated cyberattacks on web and mobile applications. Shape leads the industry with its patented technology.
The Shape team brings years of experience and expertise from fighting cybercriminals and truly partners with its customers to protect them against cyberfraud and cyberattack. Shape is designed for rapid and large scale deployment to protect the highest traffic web and mobile applications from sophisticated cyberattack and consistently delivers dramatic results for fraud loss reduction and attack deflection from even the most determined of cybercriminals.
Served as Senior Advisor for Cyber Policy at the Pentagon. Led Raytheon Oakley Systems. Co-Founder and CEO of Oakley Networks, the first DLP & Insider Threat Protection technology (acquired by Raytheon NYSE:RTN).
Served as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon, and later advised on cyber policy. Led mobile product management for Google. Former US Air Force Reserve officer. Co-founded Quova (acquired by Neustar NYSE:NSR).
Pioneered data leak prevention technologies as the first VP of Engineering at Oakley Networks. Chief Architect at Raytheon Oakley Systems and CTO at ThoughtStar (acquired by Interwoven).
Led product management for click fraud at Google, protecting $23B/year in pay-per-click revenue. Helped launch Gmail. Created the first real-time collaborative graphic design application in 1991. Co-author of CGI Programming Unleashed.
Architected vertical-focused strategies for large enterprise sales and strategic partnerships as Head of Solutions at DocuSign. Led a team of account managers and professional services engineers that grew SaaS revenue from $40M to $140M at HP Big Data Solutions.
Led product, engineering, and services teams at Palo Alto Networks, Brocade, and Cisco. Designed network security and application optimization solutions for global 500 companies.
Practiced corporate law at Goodwin Procter advising companies on incorporation, venture financings, mergers and acquisitions as well as public offerings. Litigated patent and trade secret lawsuits at DLA Piper.
Developed Wildfire, the most widely used malware sandboxing technology, and led research and engineering for the industry's top network malware detection product at Palo Alto Networks. Built software at IBM and AsiaInfo.
Ted Schlein is a Managing Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB). He joined the firm in 1996 with a focus on early-stage technology companies in the enterprise software and infrastructure markets. He has led KPCB’s investments in a number of security companies, including Mandiant (sold to FireEye), Oakley (sold to Raytheon), 41st Parameter (sold to Experian), ArcSight (IPO, then sold to HP) and Internet Security Systems (IPO, then sold to IBM). Ted was the founding CEO of Fortify, a pioneer in the software security market and now an HP company.
Gaurav Garg co-founded Wing Ventures in 2013. He serves on the boards of Ruckus Wireless (NYSE: RKUS), FireEye (Nasdaq:FEYE), MobileIron, Jasper, Instart Logic, and previously Netscaler (acquired by Citrix). Mr. Garg was a partner at Sequoia Capital from 2001 to 2010. He worked extensively with Sequoia Capital’s investments in Aruba Networks (Nasdaq: ARUN), Jawbone (aka Aliph), and RingCentral (NYSE:RNG). Mr. Garg founded Redback Networks (Nasdaq: RBAK, eventually acquired by Ericsson) in 1996. Prior to Redback Networks, Mr. Garg held various engineering positions at SynOptics and Bay Networks.
Ray is partner emeritus at Venrock, where he has led Venrock’s Internet investment strategy since 1992. His investments include Check Point Software Technology (NASDAQ: CHKP), where he continues on its Board of Directors and DoubleClick (NASDAQ:GOOG); as well as Vontu, PGP, Pedestal, and Whole Security, which were all acquired by Symantec. He led the investment for Imperva (NYSE:IMPV), the most successful tech IPO of 2011. He was the chair of the National Venture Capital Association and currently serves as the CEO of RedSeal Networks.
Kevin became CEO of FireEye in May 2016. Previously, as President, he oversaw all operations since December 2013, when FireEye acquired his company, Mandiant. Before Mandiant, Kevin was the Director of Computer Forensics at Foundstone (acquired by McAfee Corporation) from 2000 to 2003, and the Director of Information Security for Sytex (later acquired by Lockheed Martin) from 1998 to 2000. Kevin was also a United States Air Force Officer, where he was a computer security officer in the 7th Communications Group at the Pentagon, and a special agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI).
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