As CEO of FireMon, Satin H. Mirchandani brings nearly three decades of leadership experience along with a passion for growing software companies that are mission-critical to their enterprise customers. His track record as founder, CEO and technology executive includes leading MessageOne and MD Buyline to successful exits, serving as VP of Global Services at Dell, and driving the IPO process for pcOrder.com.
Jody Brazil developed the first product for FireMon in 2001 following a phone call from a flustered client whose network was down due to an incorrect change to the firewall. That moment inspired his mantra “Better security through more effective management.” Now as Chief Product Strategist, Jody lives and breathes his mantra, leveraging deep domain expertise in network security design, assessment and implementation to create new products that make security more effective and more efficient for the enterprise.
Matt Dean leads the FireMon Product Management team, setting the feature roadmap based on his years of industry experience, interaction with customers and forecast for the future of the industry. His experience spans nearly two decades across multiple disciplines, including network security, firewall operations and network management.
Donald Klumb is a veteran CFO, drawing on 30 years of experience in financial consulting and corporate leadership to guide FireMon as it expands into new markets. He has successfully lead companies to IPO and through mergers and acquisitions. As a partner at Big 4 firm Deloitte, he worked closely with rapidly growing technology companies that gave him unique perspectives on the needs at each stage of growth.
Jeff Barker is the cofounder and Vice President of Product Management for FireMon’s security analytics platform Immediate Insight. He leverages 25 years of successes and failures in creating and developing markets, driving product strategy and leading teams in both startup and public networking and security companies to create a new breed of data analysis required to discover the unknown in today’s mobile, virtual, and cloud-enabled environments.
David Brown is responsible for leading the FireMon field sales and business development efforts for the Central US, Western US, Caribbean and Latin America. He strives to build a culture of collaboration, execution and accountability where customer success and value drive every action.
Kurt Mills runs FireMon’s global channel sales and operations division, building highly effective, solution-oriented sales programs with our global partner network. Kurt’s experience establishing and optimizing IT channel sales, distribution and strategic relationships has helped companies develop more focused, measurable programs.
As Vice President of Human Resources, Sabra Sciolaro brings her cross-industry experience to focus on attracting, rewarding, training and inspiring employees, in order to create an even more engaged workforce. She leads the global HR function in providing strategic, people-related solutions and services to all business units. Sabra brings in-depth knowledge and expertise across the disciplines of human resources, including organization development, talent management and acquisition, leadership, M&A, compensation and benefits and culture.
For over 30 years, Jim has led worldwide services and support teams, driving key processes essential for successful customer enablement, optimal time-to-value, and highly effective customer support capabilities. His experience in ‘doing whatever it takes’ to ensure successful customer outcomes, has been focused on continuous improvements directed at team capabilities and proactive customer engagement around all phases of the customer journey. Jim has held senior leadership positions with both early stage and Fortune companies, successfully leading organizational transformations that have resulted in improved and ongoing customer experience and satisfaction.
Tim Woods brings more than 20 years of security experience to his role as VP of Technology Alliances at FireMon. His global engagements have given him great insights across virtually every market sector and enterprises of all sizes. Tim believes his most important task is education and raising awareness to build strong organizational security postures. According to Tim, “fighting complacency in security should be everyone’s top priority if we are to win the war on cybercrime."