Scaling Emerging Technology, Computer Software
Startup, cybersecurity, and mobility leader
Simon Hartley's Bio:
Simon Hartley's Experience:
US Sales at CIS MobileAugust 2019 - Present | Ashburn, VA
Lead the introduction of the altOS enterprise mobile security platform to the US market. Built an ecosystem of customers, technology partners, and integrators around Google Pixel and Sonim tactical mobile devices from a standing start. Hit multiples of revenue goals and drove to profitability by protecting the on-site and remote safety of mobile users in the IC, DoD, Civilian Government, and adjacent markets. CIS was acquired by HKW 4/2021.
Advisor at MACH37 Accelerator and ATARC ResearchJuly 2019 - Present | Washington DC
VP Business Development & Co-founder at RunSafe SecurityNovember 2016 - July 2019 | McLean, VA
Led sales, partners, channels, strategic marketing, and thought leadership for a rapidly scaling $25+ million IoT cybersecurity startup pioneering Alkemist™ Mobile Target Defense (MTD) hardening technology originally from DARPA and designed to disrupt attackers and protect devices.
VP Sales & Marketing at Kaprica Security (exited to Samsung)October 2014 - October 2016 | College Park, MD
Led sales, marketing, and product management for mobility cybersecurity startup Kaprica Security. Kaprica founded by a team of cybersecurity experts from Lockheed's red teams and members of Carnegie Mellon’s renowned DefCon Capture the Flag (CTF) team.
Simon Hartley's Education:
University of Maryland Smith School of BusinessExecutive MBA
University of Maryland Carey School of LawMasters in Law & Cybersecurity
University of ManchesterB.Sc. (Hons.) Physics
Simon Hartley's Interests & Activities:
“I have been captivated by innovation since first setting eyes on a computer in grade school. I love growing new business, communication, and teamwork with customers, colleagues, partners, investors, and the community. My strengths are problem solving, analysis, and constant learning in the highly dynamic markets around emerging technologies.”