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  • 1. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USRon Moritz is a well-regarded executive with over 25 years of broad operational and strategy experiencefrom premier technology companies such as Microsoft, Symantec, and CA where he was a member ofeach companys distinguished corporate or divisional leadership teams. Having advised C-levelexecutives, boards of directors, venture capitalists and private equity firms on value-creation activitiesincluding new markets, acquisition and divestiture strategy, global sourcing of labor, major technologydecisions, and eco-system development, Mr. Moritz brings a unique point of view at the intersection oftechnology, strategy, global markets and finance. LANDMARK VENTURES, NEW YORK CITY AND TEL AVIV 2011 to present Venture Partner GLOBAL INTELLIGENT LOGISTICS SERVICES, ISRAEL 2010 to present Non-Executive Director, Board of Directors EFRIM ENERGY LLC, GREAT NECK, NEW YORK 2010 to present Co-Founder, Livestock Waste-to-Energy Company AURA COFFEE LTD., ISRAEL 2009 to present Founding Partner, Third-Wave Coffee Roasting Company MICROSOFT CORPORATION, REDMOND, HAIFA AND HERZLIYA 2007 to 2009 General Manager, Forefront CA, INC., (FORMERLY COMPUTER ASSOCIATES), NEW YORK 2002 to 2007 Senior Vice President, Chief Security Strategist MTC, PALO ALTO, NEW YORK, TEL AVIV 2001 to present Managing Director, Founder, Venture Consulting Firm SYMANTEC CORPORATION, CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA 2000 to 2001 Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer FINJAN SOFTWARE, LTD., SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, AND NETANYA, ISRAEL 1996 to 2000 Chief Technology Officer PLANSOFT CORPORATION, CLEVELAND, OHIO 1996 to 1996 Director of Technology CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY, CLEVELAND, OHIO 1989 to 1996 Associate Director for Information Technology Security, Audit, and Assurance INVIDEA RESEARCH GROUP, INC., CLEVELAND, OHIO 1988 to 1989 Founding Partner INFORMATION ACCESS, INC., CLEVELAND, OHIO 1985 to 1989 Technical Services Manager, Senior Systems Software Analyst, Systems ManagerEDUCATION CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY / CASE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1996 Masters of Engineering, Computer Engineering and Science CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY / WEATHERHEAD SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT 1994 Masters of Business Administration, Technology Management CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY / WESTERN RESERVE COLLEGE 1984 Bachelors of Arts, Mathematics (Computer Science)PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROFESSIONAL 1992 - PRESENT International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR 1991-1998 Information Systems Audit and Control AssociationMarch 2012 Page 1 of 11
  • 2. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USCURRENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESLANDMARK VENTURES, NEW YORK CITY AND TEL AVIV 2011 to Present Venture Partner  Landmark Ventures is a leading strategic and financial advisory firm offering a unique combination of venture development and investment banking services.  Developed strategies to successfully advise, grow and drive strategic exits for a diverse portfolio of technology businesses.GLOBAL INTELLIGENT LOGISTICS SERVICES, ISRAEL 2010 to Present Non-Executive Director, Board of Directors  GILS is transforming the logistics industry by developing a highly-accurate and an easy-to-use front-office tool for generating optimal pricing and route quotes.  Actively involved in current $2.5M seed round financing.  Mentor to the CEO/founder.EFRIM ENERGY LLC, GREAT NECK, NEW YORK 2010 to Present Co-Founder  U.S.-based renewable energy company focused on converting livestock waste into a biomass drop-in fuel suitable for clean heat and power generation.  Prepared investor and marketing material.  Cast wide net for Series-A funding for global expansion and franchising.  Raised $15M in equity capital and secured $30M in project financing to develop the world’s first 14MW manure-fueled biomass power plant in Maharashtra, India.AURA COFFEE LTD., MODI’IN, ISRAEL 2009 to Present Co-Founder  Envisioned and launched a third-wave coffee roasting company dedicated to producing fresh, high-quality coffee.  Selected, purchased, and imported green coffee beans from estates that are committed to improving coffee bean growing, harvesting, and processing and whose beans are consistently rated very high.  Roasted coffee to order, delivered fresh to homes, boutique cafés, gourmet stores, and SOHOs.  Managed licenses, permits, vendor relationships, purchasing and importing operations, sales, marketing, and accounting services.  Established exclusive distributor agreements with specialty coffee paraphernalia companies in Japan and California.MTC, PALO ALTO, NEW YORK, TEL AVIV 2001 to present Managing Director, Founder MTC was established in 2001 to bring together the worlds of technology, strategy, and finance. The firm helps teams visualize divergent futures by working with boards and management teams to develop a long-range corporate strategy. MTC offers executive innovation for emerging and re- emerging companies with a focus on corporate and technology strategy, technical due diligence, interim and supplemental management, turn-around strategy development, funding life-cycle support, buy-side analysis of acquisition targets, and business and eco-system development. Representative venture client list includes: Accel, BV Capital, Greylock, Ridgewood Capital, Vertex, Walden International, Sprout Group, Fidelity Ventures, and Blumberg.March 2012 Page 2 of 11
  • 3. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USCURRENT & PAST NON-PROFIT (VENTURE PHILANTHROPY) EXPERIENCEEITANIM, NETIVOT, ISRAEL 2009 to Present Mentor to Social Entrepreneur of organization focused on “at-risk” youth  As part of the Israel Venture Network’s Social Venture Program, partnered with IVN social entrepreneur to help close gaps in business knowledge, best management practices, and entrepreneurship approaches.  Collaborated in developing a long-term business plan in support of Eitanim’s mission to develop and strengthen the leadership qualities inherent in the youth in periphery towns.  Worked directly with social entrepreneur to map a transformation of the social venture into a self- sustaining and income-generating social enterprise.  Guided the developed of the mid-term expansion plan to introduce the program to near-geo communities.  Assisted in the development of marketing material in support of development activities.  Provided career planning counseling and assistance in navigating through a variety of challenges and opportunities, helping the social entrepreneur develop his own decision-making methodology.MISHKAN HA’TCHELET, BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL 2009 to 2010 Mentor to CEO of textile company with 30M NIS annual turnover  As part of the Israel Venture Network’s Economic Reconstruction Initiative in the south of Israel, helped CEO develop strategic plan that included retail store expansion, efficiencies in purchasing and managing raw materials, and upgrading online presence.  Worked through various private placement options including opportunity to buy-out U.S. distributor.  Provided guidance vis-à-vis managing investors and balancing between management and owner interests.KATIF LABS, BEER-SHEVA, ISRAEL 2009 to 2010 Mentor to CEO of chemical testing laboratory  As part of the Israel Venture Network’s Economic Reconstruction Initiative in the south of Israel, worked with the CEO to catalogue and evaluate various issues and challenges associated with the relocation of the lab from Gaza following Israel’s unilateral disengagement in 2005 and propose various strategies for growth.  Analyzed the competitive factors affecting profitability and suggested actions to address the execution problems limiting sales and other revenue-generating activities.  Proposed several funding alternatives necessary to transform the lab from non-profit (NGO) to for-profit (Ltd) status.March 2012 Page 3 of 11
  • 4. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)MICROSOFT CORPORATION (ISRAEL R&D CENTER), HAIFA & HERZLIYA 2007 to 2009General Manager, Forefront, Network Access & Security Group Responsible for managing the software development, quality assurance and testing, localization and international product engineering, sustained engineering, and technical operations teams, while working with Forefront leadership team to develop world class products, engaging with customers, and partnering with the Server & Tools Business leadership team on overall business success.General Management / Site Leadership Managed $150M P&L (one of only two full P&Ls operating outside North America) beating business revenue and units-shipped targets: Shipped products on schedule and in compliance with corporate engineering scorecards; Drove world-wide outbound marketing programs through the channel sales organization; Achieved commitments to ship with Exchange, SharePoint, and other internal partners; Delivered ahead of revenue forecast and brought business in 5% below operating budget. Fostered a culture of creativity, collaboration, speed, innovation, excellence and a fun work environment while continuously elevating the quality and caliber of the organization. Developed and promoted key talent: Identified and grew next generation of technical and marketing leaders; Improved group work-health index year-over-year; Executed on ISD diversity plan. Created a productive and healthy work/life balance: effectively managed stress, fostered a flexible work environment, and kept the team focused, engaged, productive, and fulfilled. Drove business strategy and execution beating plan of record for all cross-group milestone dates per scorecard metrics and in alignment with ISD “Stirling” release wave: Shipped Intelligent Access Gateway (IAG), Unified Access Gateway (UAG), Information Security & Acceleration Server (ISA), General Application Protocol Analyzer (GAPA), and Threat Management Gateway (TMG) betas, service packs, and products on time with high quality; Maintained close alignment between development, product management and marketing, and sales to deliver product value to customers; Created a business development strategy and partner eco-system. Built strong partner and customer relationships: Engaged with Technical Adoption Program (TAP) as well as other customer advisory programs; Provided cross-business executive leadership for NASG at customer and partner events; Drove customer and partner engagement rhythm to ensure timely consideration of input and feedback into product development cycles. Provided executive leadership: Managed a global team of 400 FTE; between 5 and 10 direct reports; Drove best practices for global distributed development; Contributed expertise to support deployment of security services; Became industry voice for Microsoft’s network access and edge security technology.Engineering Leadership  Lead software development, technical operations and software quality assurance functions to own and drive successful delivery of products while contributing to the product strategy and the overall product roadmap.  Recruited a world-class engineering, operations and quality assurance team and utilized external resources to drive initiatives and high quality products.  Set the technical direction for the team, drove the evolution of the systems architecture, and made appropriate technology choices.  Took a hands-on approach to the entire software development life-cycle: developed project and resource plans and schedules; performed day-to-day project management to ensure successful, on-time releases; assisted the team in accomplishing all tasks; demonstrated ownership and accountability for the entire product delivery process.  Worked effectively with product managers, project managers, engineers, and the senior management team to allocate engineering resources appropriately across various projects, juggling current customer/prospect needs with longer term product roadmap needs (weighing, balancing, & communicating the tradeoffs as necessary).  Implemented processes and metrics to insure that the engineering organization was extremely efficient and focused, and that the product was market ready.  Managed expectations, set and achieved realistic goals.  Functioned as an executive sponsor to key customers and partners, and mobilized the team to effectively resolve and deal with major customer issues.March 2012 Page 4 of 11
  • 5. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)CA, INC., (FORMERLY COMPUTER ASSOCIATES), ISLANDIA, NEW YORK. 2002 to 2007Senior Vice President, Chief Security Strategist Consigliere to the CA leadership team on information security strategies, issues and trends. Grew Security Business Unit (SBU) billings 500% (to just over $500M in FY07) by delivering software and services that enable organizations to secure and govern their IT environments. Responsible for maintaining CA’s technical lead in world-class information security software by shaping the strategic direction of the SBU and assessing and identifying new areas of growth. Conceived and initiated carve-out and lead attempted MBO of consumer threat management business (ultimately sold to HCL in 2007 and Updata Partners in 2011). Responsible for SBU fiscal year planning, technology strategy, and business development functions including six acquisitions: Silent Runner, eSecurity Online, Pest Patrol, Netegrity (NASDQ:NETE), Tiny, and Qurb. Identified, qualified and managed acquisitions through closure, leading the strategic planning processes, and made recommendations on proposed acquisitions and divestitures to the CEO, COO, and the Investment Committee. Assembled internal deal teams of executives and technical staff from various operating divisions and directed deal teams to ensure the highest level of teamwork. Created and maintained deal radar and lead the deal teams through thorough analysis of all technical aspects of acquisition in a timely and efficient manner. Worked with the management team to plan, implement and consummate the integration of all successful acquisition transactions. Implemented scorecards and metrics to track SBU program results and measure ROI. CA’s primary spokesperson and SBU emissary to the field (global mandate) on security issues, solutions, strategies and vision with responsibility for developing and maintaining company leadership in the security sector through programs to improve brand visibility and credibility. Responsible for partnering strategies, tactics and supporting programs, recruitment and enablement of new partners, and eco-system development. Responsible for the development of a world-wide partner map with primary focus on generating incremental revenue through in- and out-bound OEM partnerships and SI relationships. Rainmaker supporting sales team through participation in key client meetings with C-level to open doors, overcome objections and hurdles, and close deals. Created trusted advisor relationship with C-level execs (key strategic accounts). Worked with leading Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to implement sound and practical security architectures, policies and solutions. Represented CA on several industry and government boards, serving on the board of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance, and as co-chair of the National Cyber Security Partnership Security Across the Software Development Life Cycle task force. Frequently quoted or featured in publications, media outlets, and television programs.March 2012 Page 5 of 11
  • 6. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)SYMANTEC CORPORATION, CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA. 2000 to 2001Senior Vice President, Chief Technical Officer International operational experience with management responsibility across a division with 270 employees and $40 million annual operating budget. Set company-wide technical tone, vision and strategy for a world-leading enterprise and consumer software developer with a focus on Internet content and network security solutions. Responsible for technical strategy and the development of emerging technologies, architectures and standards, and developing the technology strategy for the company. Lead the design, development, delivery, support and maintenance of a large scale, high performing, technically complex, reliable and robust enterprise infrastructure application. Responsible for team building and scaling desktop and server applications and infrastructure to tens of millions of users globally. Responsible for managing the companys significant technical and product operations inside and outside the United States. Owned cross-product shared services (localization, international product engineering, and usability). Owned the corporate software development life cycle (software manufacturing process), including software assurance, identified and corrected operational and software development inefficiencies. Lead the core technology division as an internal OEM company leveraging the firm’s investment in shared components, technical services, R&D, and science. Experience with a variety of software development processes and selecting and applying the right process for individual projects. Responsible for developing and maintained release management and deployment workflow processes, from development release through staging and production deployment. Successfully hired, motivated, retained and deployed talented software developers and consultants to perform against aggressive delivery goals. Launched a new business for building a revenue-generating intrusion response capability unlike but complementary to existing Symantec Anti-virus Research Center business model. Conceived and built the Symantec Research Institute, precursor to Symantec Labs, a long-range research infrastructure, to address the growing number of enterprise network security challenges and to provide break-through technology and first-mover market advantage. Established vision, recruited talent, and persuaded management to fund three distinct areas of fundamental research as unique centers (wireless security, support vector machines, and “jawbreaker” security wrappers) at 1% of OpEx with $10 million P&L responsibility. Made key investment decisions for third-party tools, build vs. buy, and fund or not fund assessments. Evangelized and sold stakeholders across the company on key engineering priorities and how they connect with larger company initiatives. Guided Symantec’s investments in advanced research while actively involved and pivotal in inorganic growth strategy by leading more than $1 billion of acquisitions and integrations, including Axent Technologies (NASDAQ: AXNT). Created affiliations and established development partnerships and joint ventures with key research labs and universities including IBM Watson, Stanford, and Purdue. As a member of the executive management team, participated in strategic and business planning, product strategy, operations, sales, marketing, and setting the overall business direction. Financial acumen with experience in a publicly held company including exposure to investment bankers, analysts and other Wall Street intermediaries. Directed re-organization from functional structure to self-contained business unit model.March 2012 Page 6 of 11
  • 7. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)FINJAN SOFTWARE, LTD., SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, AND NETANYA, ISRAEL.* 1996 to 2000 * SOLD TO MARSHAL8E6 IN NOVEMBER, 2009Chief Technology Officer Internet security visionary, responsible for company’s strategic vision, technical direction. Grew a small Israeli start-up into a multi-national serving the Global 2000 worldwide as a key member of the founding and senior management teams by providing continuous improvement, establishing operational excellence, and driving organic growth. Keen eye for alliances that took advantage of market opportunities. Active in the creation of both direct and OEM sales channel in U.S. and Europe. Developed and maintained OEM partnerships with IBM (SecureWay), Cisco, Intel. Instrumental in closing key accounts including Nestle, European Parliament, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, State Farm Insurance (first $1M sale), Timken, Avery Dennison, Reuters, and REI. Primary company evangelist and spokesperson with industry analysts and press. Led product management and marketing activities through first three generations, including creation of key white papers and marketing collateral. Drove technology development and deployment by coordinating activities between sales, marketing, product management, and engineering. Established and maintained the company’s technological standards and preserved the company’s leadership role as a developer of advanced Internet security solutions. Founded and chaired the company’s Technical Advisory Board. Conceived and organized the Java Security Alliance, a security industry consortium, that later evolved into the Common Content Inspection API security industry standards group.PLANSOFT CORPORATION, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 1996 to 1996Director of Technology: Chief architect in the implementation of an interactive computer communications network designed to: (1) support the electronic exchange of reusable meeting specifications between meeting planners and suppliers, (2) host interactive marketing for the hospitality industry, and (3) support professional association education and training functions through electronic storefronts and collaborative learning. Member of the founding management team. Today Plansoft is a part of StarCite, a developer of Web-based solutions that help buyers and suppliers manage corporate meetings and events.CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY, CLEVELAND, OHIO. 1989 to 1996 (Office of Internal Audits & Management Advisory Services)Associate Director for Information Technology Security, Audit and Assurance Developed a leading edge information technology audit, security and control capability at a time when information security was not a vogue and fashionable profession. Created system penetration service function within a professional service environment at one of the nations leading independent research universities with $1.4 billion in assets, $400 million annual operating budget.INVIDEA RESEARCH GROUP, INC., CLEVELAND, OHIO. 1988 to 1989Founder, Partner, and COO: Developed and delivered software products and technical services at a computer software design and systems consulting start-up specializing in computer security, systems software support, and data interchange. Managed business operations and growth. Sold start-up to DataVantage in 1989.INFORMATION ACCESS, INC., CLEVELAND, OHIO. 1985 to 1989Technical Services Manager, Senior Systems Software Analyst, and Systems Manager: Responsible for updating information systems, managing internal networks and client installations, and evaluating and integrating new products and technologies at software house specializing in general accounting systems and turn-key computer applications for retail and distribution vertical. Directed technical services staff of 14.March 2012 Page 7 of 11
  • 8. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USPROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES RSA Security Conference 2006, 2007, and 2008 (www.rsaconference.com), Program Committee 2005 - 2008 Affiliate Member, Israel Venture Network Venture Philanthropy (www.israelventurenetwork.org), Palo Alto and Tel Aviv 2004-2011 Board Member and Founder, Cyber Security Industry Alliance (www.csialliance.org), Washington, DC 2004-2007 Co-Chair, National Cyber Security Partnership Task Force (www.cyberpartnership.org), Security Across the Software Development Life Cycle 2003-2005 Co-Chair, Security and Privacy Committee, U.S. Chamber of Commerce (www.uschamber.com), Washington, DC 2004-2005 Member, Homeland Security Policy Committee, U.S. Chamber of Commerce (www.uschamber.com), Washington, DC 2004-2006 Member, Security Task Force, Business Roundtable (www.businessroundtable.org), Washington, DC 2004-2007 Director, American-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry (www.aicci.org), New York City, NY 2004-2006 Co-Chair, New Markets Subcommittee of the Information Security Committee (www.itaa.org), Information Technology Association of America 2003 U.S. Delegate, (Department of State) to the U.S. - Australia Bilateral Talks Meeting on Critical Infrastructure Protection 2004 U.S. Delegate, (Department of Justice) to the G-8 on High-Tech Crime Conferences on Safety, Security, and Confidence in Cyberspace 2000 Member, (Department of Commerce) Bi-National Information Technology Panel U.S. - Israel Science and Technology Commission 2000 Chairman and Founder, Common Content Inspection API Internet security industry interoperability standardization initiative 1998-2000 Technical Advisory Faculty SOCKS Summit (Stardust Forum) / SOCKS Developers Conference (NEC) 1998-99 President, Information Systems Security Association, North Coast Chapter (www.issa.org) 1994-96 Director, Information Systems Security Association, North Coast Chapter (www.issa.org) 1991-94 Director, Information Systems Audit & Control Association, Northeast Ohio Chapter (www.isaca.org) 1994-96 President, Information Systems Audit & Control Association, Northeast Ohio Chapter (www.isaca.org) 1993-94 VP, Information Systems Audit & Control Association, Northeast Ohio Chapter (www.isaca.org) 1989-93 Association of College and University Auditors (www.acua.org), Professional Education Committee (1990-94) 1989-96March 2012 Page 8 of 11
  • 9. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USACADEMIC PAPERS “Therapeutic Exercise Machine w/Non-Invasive Biofeedback and Remote Control Capability” M.S.E. thesis, Professor Marc Buchner, Case School of Engineering 1996 “Securing the Network and Transport Layers Using TCPng/IPng” Professor Suresh Viswanathan, Case School of Engineering 1995 “The Technology Transfer Process: A Case Study of Gliatech, Inc. [NASDAQ:GLIA]” Professor Robert Mason, Weatherhead School of Management 1992 “Empowering Metaphors: A Topical Review” Professor Dov Te’eni, Weatherhead School of Management 1991 “In Search of Management Accounting: Explorations of Self and Organization” Professor Richard J. Boland, Jr., Weatherhead School of Management 1991PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS “Blending Corporate Governance with Information Security” Black Book on Corporate Security, Larstan Publishing 2005 “Talking Cyber Security” Cover Story, CyberDefense Magazine, http://cyberdefensemag.com/feb2004/index.php 2004 “Secure Content Management: Looking Beyond Antivirus Software” http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid14_gci912401,00.html 2003 “Secure Content Management: A New Approach to Business Security” http://www.computerworld.com/securitytopics/security/story/0,10801,82264,00.html?SKC=security-82264 2003 “Physics, Biology, and the New Security Theater of Operation” ITAA, The Long Campaign: Information Security in the Age of Cyberterror 2003 “Security in a Connected World” International Engineering Consortium, Annual Review of Communications Volume 54 2001 “Building Leading Technology” eBrandedBooks.com, Inside the Minds: Chief Technology Officers 2000 “Spreadsheets as Containers of Malicious Payloads” Auerbach (CRC press), Handbook of Technology in Financial Services, Jessica Keyes, ed. 2000 “Haunted by Hackers: The Real Y2K Danger” San Jose Mercury News (12/26/99) Soapbox Forum on Business Issues 1999 “Anti-Virus Software Alone Is Not Enough” Law Technology News [American Lawyer Media Inc.] (8/99) Security Spotlight 1999 “Mobile Code Security’s Place in the Corporate Network” Information Systems Audit & Control Journal (6/15/99) 1999 “Enabling Safer Deployment of Internet Mobile Code Technologies” Auerbach (CRC press), The Handbook of Internet Management, Jessica Keyes, ed. 1998 “Why We Shouldn’t Fear Java” SIGS Java Report (2/97) 1997March 2012 Page 9 of 11
  • 10. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USSPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS “Winning in the Cyber Battle Space” Main Stage Keynote at RSA Data Security Conference, San Francisco, California 2004 “Computer Associates’ eTrust™ Update” Bear Sterns Technology Conference, New York, New York 2003 “Security Management Under Control” Federal Aviation Administration Information Security Awareness Program, Washington, D.C. 2003 The Conference Board Council of CFOs, New York, New York 2003 “Regulations, Privacy, and Business Growth” Security Leadership Executive Retreat, Ernst & Young, Scottsdale, Arizona 2003 “The Effect of Homeland Security on Innovation in the US” Polytechnic Institute for Technology and Enterprise, New York, New York 2003 “Defending the Digital Frontier” The Conference Board Conference on Crisis Management & Security, New York, New York 2003 The Conference Board Conference on Crisis Management & Security, San Diego, California 2003 “The Physics of Security - From Containment to Enablement” Main Stage Keynote at RSA Data Security Conference, San Francisco, California 2003 Keynote at Manila Con 2003 Conference, Manila, Philippines 2003 “Critical Infrastructure Threat Information Sharing and Private-Public Sector Coordination” Securing Cyberspace: An Industry-Government Partnership for the Future ITAA Capital Hill Briefing, Senate Russell Building, Washington, DC 2003 “CEO Rountable” InfoSec World Conference and Expo, MIS Training Institute, Orlando, Florida 2003 “Impact of the Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security on National Defense” CSTI – French Prime Minister Information Technology Council, Paris, France 2003 “Showcase of Israeli Security Technology” Moritz Technology Corp & Israeli Consulate of San Francisco Summit, Palo Alto, California 2002 “Ensuring Enterprise Network Security” Silicon Valley Technology and Homeland Security Summit & Expo, San Jose, California 2001 “Security in a Connected World” Laval University, Quebec City, Quebec 2000 “Software Developers Need to Improve Quality-Control” http://www.businessweek.com/common_frames/vv.htm?/mediacenter/ram/bw_intvw/rmoritz081800.htm 2000 “Symantec and the Identification and Implementation of Global Security Solutions” Salomon Smith Barney eBusiness eNabler Conference, San Francisco, California 2000 “Security and Commerce on the Tangled Web” Software Development Conference & Expo (SD 2000), Washington, D.C. 2000 “The Evolution and Increase of Cyber Threats” Comdex Israel, Tel-Aviv, Israel 2000 “Proactive Defense Against Malicious Code” Black Hat Briefings, Las Vegas, Nevada 2000 DefCon 8, Las Vegas, Nevada 2000 “Protection Against Hostile Executables” th 12 Annual Computer Security Incident Handling Conference (FIRST 2000), Chicago, IL 2000 “The Internet: Should It Be Better Regulated?” Live CNN Interview on Q&A with Riz Khan, CNN International, 16-May-00 2000March 2012 Page 10 of 11
  • 11. RON MORITZ582B NORTH TRAIL OFFICE: +1 (650) 618-9560STRATFORD, CT 06614 MOBILE: +1 (631) 896-9000UNITED STATES E-MAIL: RON@MORITZ.USSPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS (CONTINUED) “Identity, Privacy, and Security” Internet Everywhere CEO Summit, San Francisco, California 2000 “Mobile Code Assurance: Signing Content Inspection” RSA Data Security Conference, San Jose, California 1999 “Finjan SurfinGate Installation and Operation” Andersen Consulting eCommerce Conference 1998 “Developing SOCKS-based Server Solutions: VPNs, Filtering, and Caching” SOCKS Summit 1998 Technical Conference 1998 “Threats from Mobile Code Technology” European Security Forum, London, U.K. 1998 “Web Browser Security” MISTI WebSec Europe ’98, London, U.K. 1998 “Mobile Code Security on the Corporate Network: Risks and Solutions” IBM Network Security Technologies Conference ‘99, Orlando, Florida (1999); CA World ’99, New Orleans, Louisiana (1999); Nestle Security Workshop, Vevey, Switzerland (1999); MISTI WebSec Europe ’99, London, U.K. (1999); MISTI InfoSec (Open Systems Security Conference), Orlando, Florida (1999); Java ’98 Forum, London, U.K. (1998); European Security Forum, Active Content Security Symposium, London, U.K. (1998); U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, InfraGuard Conference, Cleveland, Ohio (1998); CSI NetSec ’98, San Antonio, Texas (1998); Cambridge Technology Partners “Hack Tour,” Boston, Massachusetts (1998); MISTI WebSec Europe ’98, London, U.K. (1998); RSA Data Security Conference, San Francisco, California (1998); Internet World Fall 1997, New York City, New York (1997); Software Publisher’s Association Annual Conference, Washington, District of Columbia (1997); SIGS Java Developer Conference, Chicago, Illinois (1997); MISTI WebSec ’97, San Francisco, California (1997); Java Internet Business Exposition, New York City, NY (1997); Vanguard Data Security Conference, Orlando, Florida (1997); CSI Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois (1996) “Security Services in the Java Development Kit 1.2” Java Security Alliance Conference, Napa, California 1998 “Security, Electronic Commerce, and the Internet: Impact on Industry” International Computer Security Day Symposium (Conference Chair) 1995 “Social and Ethical Consequences Arising from the Use of Information Technology” Association of College and University Auditors Thirty-Ninth Annual Conference 1995 Association of College and University Auditors Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference 1993 “The Value of Intellectual Property” Case Western Reserve University, Engineers’ Week Ethics Symposium 1994 “Computer Use and Misuse: An Ethical Perspective” Case Western Reserve University, Center for Professional Ethics 1994 “Software Licensing Agreements, Copyright Laws, and Intellectual Property Rights” North Coast Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association 1993 “Business Resumption Planning: Case Western Reserve University Case Study” Northeast Ohio Chapter of the American Records Managers Association (1993), North Coast Chapter of the Information Systems Security Association (1993), Association of College and University Auditors Thirty-Sixth Annual Conference (1992), Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (1992), Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Financial Managers Society (1992)March 2012 Page 11 of 11