Steve Cochran is the CEO for Stealthbits Technologies. He has served as CEO since his founding of the company in 2001. Steve has guided the organization from its inception to eleven consecutive years of profitability and growth.
He has had a successful 20-year career in the software industry, holding senior management positions and leading the Change Management business unit at Quest Software prior to founding Stealthbits. Steve was also instrumental in the success and growth of Quest Software; an organization of less than 100 employees when he began.
Nick Mansour is Stealthbits’ Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Nick is responsible for all day-to-day global operations, customer facing functions and go-to-market strategy. With over 19 years of experience leading sales management, marketing and customer success organizations for high growth software companies. Specialized in developing markets, implementing channel/technical alliance strategies and driving sales strategy for worldwide growth.
Adam Laub is Stealthbits Technologies’ Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). As CMO, Adam is responsible for corporate marketing, communications and AR/PR, demand generation, product marketing, events, and marketing operations. Additionally, he and his team participate heavily in setting product strategy, defining future roadmap, driving strategic sales engagements, supporting demand generation activities, enabling the sales organization, and all aspects of product evangelism.
Since joining Stealthbits in 2005, Adam has held multiple positions within the organization, including Sales, Marketing, Product Management, and Operational Management roles.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA.
Jeff Warren is Stealthbits’ General Manager of Products. Jeff has held multiple roles within the Technical Product Management group since joining the organization in 2010, initially building Stealthbits’ SharePoint management offerings before shifting focus to the organization’s Data Access Governance solution portfolio as a whole. Before joining Stealthbits, Jeff was a Software Engineer at Wall Street Network, a solutions provider specializing in GIS software and custom SharePoint development.
With deep knowledge and experience in technology, product and project management, Jeff and his teams are responsible for designing and delivering Stealthbits’ high quality, innovative solutions.
Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems from the University of Delaware.
Jill Twomey is the Vice President of Finance for Stealthbits Technologies and has over 25 years of experience in accounting positions. Prior to joining Stealthbits in September 2005, Jill was the Controller for both PGI, Inc. and Arcadian Healthcare, Inc. She is responsible for all Accounting, Legal, and Human Resources in the organization. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Rhode Island.
Larry Kraft is Stealthbits’ SVP, Global Channels and Alliances. Larry is responsible for all day-to-day global partnering initiatives and is responsible for the company’s overall partner go-to-market strategy. He brings over 20+ years of experience leading sales, channel, corporate development and marketing teams for high-growth software companies including SecureAuth, Exact, NComputing, and Quest Software.
Larry holds dual Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Commercial Real Estate and Marketing from the University of Cincinnati.
Gerrit Lansing is Stealthbits’ Field CTO. In his role, Gerrit leads strategic initiatives to improve customer engagement and Stealthbits’ products and positioning. He brings with him over a decade of experience in information security, with a focus on identity and privileged access management. Prior to joining Stealthbits, he started his career as an Information Security Analyst at Liberty Mutual before joining CyberArk Software where he held multiple roles including Director of Consulting Services and Chief Architect.
Gerrit holds a Bachelor of Arts in Administrative Science from Colby College in Waterville, ME.
We can not only detect the attack as its happening, but we can pinpoint the affected machines right away, accelerating remediation and recovery efforts. All this capability comes out-of-the box, without installing agents on endpoints, or employing an army of analysts peeling through logs.”