James Lewandowski brings 30 years of management experience in fast-growing technology companies. Lewandowski has a proven record of rapid company expansion, employee engagement and customer service. He will be tasked with leading FireMon into its next wave of growth.
As co-founder and Chief Product Strategist of FireMon, Jody Brazil is a seasoned entrepreneur with more than two decades of executive management experience and deep domain expertise in all aspects of networking, including network security design, network security assessment and security product implementation.
Donald Klumb has more than 30 years of management experience, most recently serving as CFO of Cartesian where he led an effective IPO and expanded the firm globally. Klumb will draw on his past experience and contacts with consulting and service providers to help FireMon excel in those strategic focus areas.
Michael previously led global branding and communications as the VP of Corporate Marketing for Juniper Networks. He has also held executive marketing roles including field marketing, partner marketing, product marketing and product management for market-leading players in the security industry such as HP, 3Com/TippingPoint and McAfee.
Peter Kobs brings a passion for creating high-performance sales organizations focused on customer-centric strategic selling, creative deal innovations and sales systems infrastructure streamlining. Throughout his 20-year career, Peter has created a track record of exceptional revenue growth at technology companies including Commvault, McAfee and Pedestal Software.
As Vice President of Engineering, Jeremy Martin leads the cutting-edge product development teams for Security Manager, Policy Planner and Risk Analyzer, with a continued focus on the evolution of FireMon’s current product lines, as well as introducing new products into the marketplace.
As General Counsel with over 15 years of legal experience, Larry oversees and manages FireMon’s legal affairs. Prior to FireMon, Larry served as Senior Counsel to Garmin International and spent several years in private practice with the Chicago office of Perkins Coie where he represented the firm’s technology clients.