You know the saying, “sometimes the most obvious things are the hardest to see?”
In the digital age we live in, data is an organization’s most valuable asset, and it’s growing at an insane rate. Leaders of some of the world’s most successful organizations consider themselves data-first - data is their most important asset. Data drives insight, innovation, strategic growth, customer experience, and ultimately value.
Despite organizations spending a $100+ billion a year globally on cybersecurity solutions, the situation is getting worse. Breaches keep happening. Data theft continues. And it’s growing at a staggering rate.
In nearly every single major breach, the bad guys are always after the same thing: data.
Go back to the leaders of those data-first organizations and ask them if their security strategy is data-first. We'll save you the time… it’s not. They’re using legacy, 30-year-old, perimeter-based security strategies. Clearly, it isn’t working.
That’s why the bad guys are after it. And that’s why the industry needs a new approach to security, one that is data-first.
Ubiq’s security platform enables organizations to instrument a data-first security strategy, starting with what matters most, the data.
Ubiq is a principle and mission-driven organization who prides itself on building quality-rich products that make a difference for our customers.
We’re committed to helping our customers solve real, core business problems. We strive to be radically transparent – both within our organization and to our extended customer and partner family.
Wias is responsible for making sure the organization stays focused on its mission. He is often mistaken for a hyperactive college student, but we promise he’s not. Wias has more than 19 years of experience in the security space, including extensive experience driving revenue growth and scaling organizations across the globe.
Prior to Ubiq, Wias was GM and VP of Dell SonicWall’s business in APJ. Prior to that, Wias had dual responsibility serving as President and Country Manager, Japan and Senior Director of Managed Services, APJ at FireEye, where he was responsible for running all country operations in Japan while also managing the managed services business in the region. Prior to FireEye, Wias was Director of Mandiant’s Managed Defense service in the Americas. Prior to that, Wias led worldwide service delivery of Symantec’s Security Management services.
Wias has a B.S. in Finance from George Mason University.
Eric is responsible for making sure we execute to what we commit and managing Ubiq’s finances. Eric is an avid snowboarder and enjoys laughing at his own jokes, mostly before he’s finished telling them. Eric has more than 35 years of experience and has successfully launched several ground-floor start-up ideas through to successful exits with extensive experience in cybersecurity, software development, semiconductor engineering, and executive leadership.
Prior to Ubiq, Eric was CEO and co-founder of QThink, a semiconductor design services company, which later merged with Rapid Bridge and was sold to Qualcomm. Prior to QThink, Eric held several executive and board level positions at Cadence Design Systems, Applied Micro, and Amdahl corporation.
Eric is the sole or co-inventor listed on 17 granted U.S. and international patents, and over 35 U.S. and international patents pending, in the areas of advanced semiconductor manufacturing, secure data-mapping and high-speed data deconstruction, obfuscation, encryption and transmission. Eric has a B.S in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Hwei is responsible for explaining what Ubiq does and identifying and engaging with more organizations than we can help. She is on a mission to enable the company’s data-first security world domination strategy, without using security marketing buzzwords. Hwei has over 20 years of technology industry experience successfully building globally recognized brands through innovative brand awareness, product demand, and customer delight go-to-market strategies.
Prior to Ubiq, Hwei held marketing leadership positions at Dell SonicWall, Cylance, FireEye, and Sophos, where she drove successful go-to-market activities to accelerate demand, customer engagement, and channel relationships.
Hwei has a B.C. in Marketing and Communications from Murdoch University and an Executive MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management.
Regan is responsible for managing Ubiq’s finances. When Regan isn’t keeping us in check, she’s usually at a local CrossFit gym or ignoring Eric’s jokes.
Regan has over 11 years of accounting and finance experience for both privately held and publicly traded companies and specializes in strategic advisory for early-stage and rapid growth companies.
Charlie is responsible for leading the engineering teams that create and develop the Ubiq platform. He’s an avid cyclist, hiker (C2C Trail Challenge, 3 Peak Challenge) and remains perpetually unimpressed by Eric’s humor. Charlie has over 35 years of experience building and leading tier-1, multinational engineering teams focused on building complex software and semiconductor systems.
Prior to Ubiq, Charlie was CTO at QThink and Synapse Design Automation, where he led Engineering and Engineering services. Before that, he was Technical Director at Cadence Design Systems. Earlier in his career, he held several engineering positions at Unisys and Texas Instruments.
Charlie is co-inventor listed on 11 granted U.S. patents, and over 38 U.S. and international patents pending. Charlie has a B.S. in Computer Science from Southern Illinois University.
Scott leads the worldwide teams responsible for revenue generation. He’s also a big health buff, has amazing posture, and still struggles to take the perfect selfie. Scott has over 24 years of experience driving global revenue and strategic growth in the networking, telecommunications, and information security space.
Prior to his role at Ubiq, Scott led worldwide strategic partnering and APJ Sales for Dell SonicWall, where he contributed to the company’s rapid revenue growth. Before that, Scott led global strategic partnering at FireEye and Global Managed Services at Symantec.
Scott has spent a significant portion of his time overseas, on ex-pat assignments in London, Sydney, and Singapore giving him a great sense of what is needed to succeed in international markets. Scott has a B.S. in Management Information Systems from Ambassador University.
Steve has dual responsibility, leading both the worldwide teams responsible for partnering as well as revenue generation in the Americas. When Steve’s not focused on our partners, he’s generally sandwiched between his two dachshunds (we have pictures to prove it). Steve has more than 30 years of experience designing and executing global sales, channel, and go-to-market strategies to drive revenue at scale.
Prior to Ubiq, Steve held executive positions at some of today’s most well-known security brands, including Juniper, FireEye, and Dell SonicWall. Steve has built a solid track record of channel advocacy through the design and day-to-day operation of award-winning and innovative global partner programs.
Steve has been frequently recognized by CRN as a Channel Chief, a 50 Most Influential Channel Leader, and a Top 25 Channel Sales Leader. Steve has a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Boston University.
VP, Enterprise Sales - Japan
Taiki leads the teams responsible for revenue generation in the Japanese market. He has over 20 years of enterprise technology sales experience in the information security and information technology space.
Prior to Ubiq, Taiki held sales leadership roles at Dell SonicWall, Cybereason, FireEye, A10 Networks and AT&T where he contributed to double-digit revenue growth and increased partner engagement.
Taiki has a Bachelors in Economics from Meiji University, and is also a professional race car driver.