With a leadership team built from expertise solving real-world SOC issues, savvy data scientists and engineers with a long-term vision for risk mitigation and an entrepreneurial culture, JASK is changing the game. We are set to transform the way the SOC analyst tackles protecting corporate risk. With offices located in San Francisco and Austin, Texas, we’re positioned to hire the brightest minds. Learn more about how to join our team.
Greg Martin is the CEO and co-founder of JASK. He is a renowned cybersecurity expert and successful serial entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley. Prior to JASK, Martin founded Anomali (formerly ThreatStream) the leading Threat Intelligence Platform company. His cybersecurity experience includes roles as a cybersecurity advisor to the FBI, Secret Service and NASA; Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Sentinel IPS; and Security Operations practice lead at ArcSight. Martin is passionate about attracting and motivating talented teams to shift the cybersecurity balance of power from the attackers to the defenders.
Damian Miller is the Vice President and Co-Founder of JASK. He has a passion for cloud computing and for helping customers accelerate their security operations mission objectives. Under Miller’s leadership, the Customer Success organization leads JASK’s customer strategy and programs, with the goals of maximizing customer satisfaction, acquisition, retention and profitability.
Greg Fitzgerald serves as the Chief Marketing Officer at JASK, where he is responsible for the global strategy and execution of the company’s go-to-market functions to drive brand, demand and expansion for the company’s artificial intelligence-driven platform. Fitzgerald brings more than 25 years of technology leadership experience to JASK, most recently serving as chief operating officer of Javelin Networks. Prior to that, he was a founding executive member and CMO of Cylance, where the artificial intelligence (AI) endpoint protection and detection provider realized record growth, from idea to 1000 employees, in less than four years. Cylance transformed the anti-virus industry with AI and machine learning, and Fitzgerald’s innovative ideas for competitive differentiation, brand recognition and global expansion were paramount to its success. Fitzgerald also held CMO positions where he accelerated awareness and growth at Fortinet, Sourcefire (later acquired by Cisco) and TippingPoint (acquired by 3Com and HP).
Rocky DeStefano serves as Vice President of Product at JASK. He is an IANS faculty member and previously acted as Cloudera’s subject matter expert on cybersecurity. DeStefano was a member of the U.S. Air Force and subsequently supported the USAF Computer Emergency Response Team as part of the Incident Response Team. DeStefano founded and led the Global Security Operations Center for EDS and has supported cybersecurity advancement in notable companies such as ArcSight, NetWitness, RSA and Visible Risk. At every step in his career, DeStefano’s focus has been to continually enhance visibility and detection solutions to defend the enterprise.
J.J. Guy is Chief Technology Officer at JASK where he is responsible for the overall product direction, implementation and operation. Previously, Guy was part of the founding team of Carbon Black. Before joining the commercial sector, he spent 12 years in the U.S. intelligence community where he supported offensive cyber operations. Guy has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Case Western Reserve and a M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins.
Rob Fry serves as Vice President of Engineering at JASK, where he leads the development of the JASK ASOC platform. Fry is an accomplished architect, inventor and public speaker with more than 20 years of experience specializing in SOC technologies, including security automation, threat detection, data analytics, machine learning and cloud security. Prior to JASK, Rob was Senior Security Architect at Netflix, where he invented FIDO, a patented open source security orchestration platform. Prior to Netflix, Fry was Senior Server and Security Engineer at Yahoo, where he created the DUBS configuration and automation framework for production servers. In his free time, he enjoys guiding technology companies through growth as an active participant on customer advisory boards and engineering steering teams.
Ken serves as the Vice President of Sales for the Eastern United States at JASK. With more than 15 years of sales experience across industry-leading companies like Websense, Dell, McAfee, FireEye, and Cylance, Ken is a proven professional that takes pride in working for game-changing technology providers that enable organizations to do business securely and efficiently. He currently lives in Charlotte, NC, where he enjoys hiking, biking, golfing, and anything else outdoors with his wife, son and English bulldog.
Andrew is the Global Vice President of Field Operations at JASK, where he is responsible for global sales enablement and leading the company’s pre-sales engineering team. Maloney brings 20 years of diverse leadership experience in sales, product, and customer success to JASK. He previously served as Director of Customer Solutions at Niara where he led field operations and was responsible for integrating customer requirements into product and strategy. Maloney also spent more than eight years at HP Enterprise Security (ArcSight) serving as Technical Director for global services and ultimately leading product management for the Americas, managing a product portfolio representing $110 million in license and appliance sales annually. Outside of JASK, Maloney enjoys time with his family and working around the family farm.
Dave is the Founder of NightDragon Security, a dedicated cybersecurity investment firm. He has spent more than 30 years in the technology industry, holding a series of leadership positions in successful companies including FireEye, McAfee and EMC Corporation. He is a Founder & Chairman at Momentum Cyber, the premier trusted strategic advisor to the cybersecurity industry. He also serves as Managing Director at Allegis Cyber where he conducts his early and growth stage investing activities. Dave’s current investments and board roles include JASK, Optiv, ForeScout, Phantom Cyber, ForgeRock, Claroty, Callsign, Illusive Networks, the two leading cyber incubators in Team8 and DataTribe, and Delta Airlines.
Mark is a Founder of Ten Eleven Ventures, the original venture capital fund investing solely in digital security. Inside security, the firm invests globally, is stage agnostic, and partners with KKR for growth stage and later investments. Since its founding in 2015, Ten Eleven has invested in twelve companies. Mark sits on the boards of JASK, CyberGRX, BlackHorse, CounterTack, Cylance, Digital Shadows, and Hexadite (acquired by Microsoft).
Deepak Jeevankumar is Managing Director at Dell Technologies Capital, where he leads investments in cybersecurity. Deepak’s responsibilities include sourcing, leading and managing investments across a wide-spectrum of security technologies and solutions. He currently sits on the boards of RiskRecon, RiskLens, RedLock and JASK.
Stuart leads Cylance® as its CEO for the first math based approach to threat detection, protection and response. Prior to Cylance, Stuart was EVP, Global CTO and General Manager at McAfee/Intel. Stuart is the creator and lead-author of the most successful security book of all time, Hacking Exposed. He is widely recognized for his extensive and in-depth knowledge of security, and is one of the industry's leading authorities in information security today.
Enterprise software and security expert Ted Schlein has been a managing and general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers since 1996, and a leader of the firm since John Doerr stepped back into a chairman's role in 2016. Schlein ranks in Forbes Midas List for investments including cybersecurity companies IronNet Cybersecurity and Synack, as well as platform security firm Shape Security, and Autonomous Security Operations Center Platform JASK. His other investments include Mandiant, LifeLock, Chegg, ArcSight, Chegg, Fortify Software and AppDynamics, acquired by Cisco. Before joining Kleiner, he was an executive at Symantec, where he helped build the company's utilities and antivirus businesses. He was once a wrestler at the University of Pennsylvania.