Mr. Chinn has been a director of the Company since June 2013, has served as a director of the Company’s subsidiary, Finjan, Inc., since 2007 and was the CEO of Finjan, Inc. from 2010 until April 2014. He also served as a director (from 2006) of Finjan Software, Inc., a Delaware corporation and a former parent company of Finjan, Inc. and the chief executive officer (from 2010) of Finjan Software, Inc., until its dissolution in 2013. Since 2011, Mr. Chinn has also been a Partner at Tulchinsky Stern Marciano Cohen Levitski & Co., an Israeli law firm, where he specializes in corporate and transactional matters. Prior to joining Tulchinsky Stern Marciano Cohen Levitski & Co., from 2009 to 2010, Mr. Chinn was the Chief Executive Officer of Seambiotic Ltd., which develops and produces marine microalgae for the food additives sector and as an energy alternative source, and from 2006 to 2010, he was a Partner at Israel Seed IV, L.P., an investment company focusing on Israeli information technology and life sciences companies.
Mr. Benhamou has been a director of the Company since June 2013 and has served as a director of the Company’s subsidiary, Finjan, Inc., since 2006. Mr. Benhamou is also Chairman and CEO of Benhamou Global Ventures, LLC, which he founded in 2003. Benhamou Global Ventures, LLC invests and plays an active role in innovative high tech firms throughout the world. Mr. Benhamou sits or has sat on the boards of directors of numerous public and private companies in the technology industry. Among U.S. public companies, he serves as a director of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, a semiconductor company (Chairman, since 1993) and SVB Financial Group, a diversified financial services company, bank holding company and financial holding company (since 2005), and has previously served as a director of RealNetworks, Inc., creator of digital media services and software (2003-2012), 3Com Corporation, a public networking solutions provider (Chairman, 1990-2010), Voltaire Ltd., a public grid computing network solutions company (2007-2011), Dasient, a security company that provides malware detection and prevention solutions (2010-2011) and Palm, Inc., a public mobile products provider (Chairman, 1999-2007). Mr. Benhamou also has served in management capacities at various public and private technology companies, including Palm, Inc. (Interim Chief Executive Officer, 2001-2003) and 3Com Corporation (Chief Executive Officer, 1990-2000), and previously founded Bridge Communications, an early networking pioneer, and served as Vice President of Engineering (1981-1987) until its merger with 3Com in 1987. He serves as a member of the board of the Stanford University School of Engineering, as a Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of Ben Gurion University of the Negev, and serves other educational and philanthropic organizations. Mr. Benhamou holds a Master of Science degree from Stanford University’s School of Engineering, a Diplôme d’Ingénieur and a doctorate from Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers, Paris, and several honorary degrees.
Mr. Daniel has been a director of the Company since April 2014 and was formerly a Managing Director at the global investment bank Houlihan Lokey, where he was head of Houlihan Lokey’s San Francisco office for 15 of his 25 years with the firm. During this time, he advised boards of directors and independent committees of technology companies on fairness, valuation, and other financial matters in M&A and securities transactions. Mr. Daniel has deep experience with litigation in financial disputes, having testified as a financial expert in more than 25 cases in State, Federal, and Bankruptcy Court. He previously held positions with Moody’s Investors Service and Lehman Brothers. Mr. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts in German & Economics and a Master of Science in Finance from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of the CFA Institute.
Mr. Kellogg has been a director of the Company since April 2014 and was previously Vice Chairman of the Board of Silicon Valley Bank, the California bank subsidiary and the commercial banking operation of SVB Financial Group, a public company. He was also Head of Strategic Relationships for SVB Financial Group, responsible for overseeing SVB Financial Group’s venture capital, private equity, private banking and premium wine activities. Kellogg joined Silicon Valley Bank in 1986 as Senior Vice President of the Technology Division. Prior to joining Silicon Valley Bank, he was the group manager of Corporate Banking at Bank of the West for five years and started that bank’s technology lending group. He was also with Wells Fargo Bank for 13 years, including four years in the Wells Fargo Special Industries Group, a high-tech lending unit within Wells Fargo Bank. Mr. Kellogg is and has been actively involved in many civic and industry organizations, serving on many of their boards and advisory boards. These include: TechNet, Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network, Financial Executives International, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, The Computer History Museum, California/Israel Chamber of Commerce, Nollenberger Capital Partners, The Tuck Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship, Pacific Community Ventures and Grameen Bank. Mr. Kellogg is an emeritus board member of the Technology Museum of Innovation. In 2001, he was named one of Upside Magazine’s “100 People Who Changed Our World.” Mr. Kellogg holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration & Finance from San Jose State University.
Mr. Moore served most recently as President and COO of Cisco, a position he held since 2012. He was named Cisco’s first COO in 2011. He joined Cisco in 2001 as the Senior Vice President of the Advanced Services Division ultimately overseeing an $11 billion business. Prior to joining Cisco, Mr. Moore was President and CEO of Netigy, a network consulting business. During his 22-month tenure he led Netigy through significant growth by meaningfully expanding its infrastructure and ultimately creating a global organization. Mr. Moore began his career at Electronic Data Systems (EDS) where he held a number of executive roles during his 26-year career. Among his many contributions, he created and grew the E.solutions global business unit to more than 20,000 employees generating over $2 billion in revenue, labeling it as the company’s fastest growing organization. Additionally, he was a member of the EDS Global Operations Council where he was responsible for multiple business units including manufacturing, retail and distribution customers of Hitachi Data Systems.
Gary currently lectures at The Ohio State Fisher School of Business as an executive in residence. He serves on KLA Tencor’s board as a member of the compensation committee. His past board involvement includes VCE, Smithsonian, Unigraphic Solutions, A.T. Kearney, Japan Systems Limited and Hitachi Data Systems. Mr. Moore’s experience also includes a four-year tour of duty with the U.S. Army.
Alex Rogers has been a director of the Company since June 2013 and has served as a director of the Company’s subsidiary, Finjan, Inc., since 2006. Mr. Rogers also serves as a managing director of HarbourVest (Asia) Limited and HarbourVest Partners LLC, which he joined in 1998. At HarbourVest, he focuses on direct co-investments in growth equity, buyout, and mezzanine transactions in Asia, Europe and emerging markets regions, and has been instrumental in expanding and managing the direct investment team in London, including its direct European senior debt investing activities. He has also been actively involved in HarbourVest’s business development activities, including the public listings of HarbourVest Global Private Equity Limited and HarbourVest Senior Loans Europe Limited. Mr. Rogers transferred to HarbourVest’s Hong Kong subsidiary in 2012. He serves or has recently served as a board member or board observer at M86 Security, MobileAccess Networks (acquired by Corning), MYOB (acquired by Bain Capital), Nero AG, Transmode Systems (TRMO:SS), TynTec, and World-Check (acquired by Thomson Reuters). His previous experience includes two years with McKinsey & Company. Mr. Rogers received a B.A., summa cum laude, in Economics from Duke University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, where he graduated with high distinction and was named a Baker Scholar.
Mr. Southworth has been a director of the Company since April 2014. He is also the Chief Executive Officer at Contact Solutions LLC, a leading provider of cloud-based and mobile customer self-service solutions. He led Contact Solutions’ business transformation, including strategy planning, risk mitigation, executive recruitment and change management. For over two decades, Mr. Southworth has directed companies from the start-up phase through major periods of growth, and has been behind over $100 million in private equity and debt financing. Previously, Mr. Southworth was Senior Vice President of Global Wireless Solutions at Corning. Prior to Corning, he held senior financial roles at a number of technology companies including MobileAccess Networks, Lucent Technologies, and Chromatis. Mr. Southworth holds a Bachelor of Science, Biology, Business concentration, from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California.