Leadership

Our leadership includes security experts and seasoned technology veterans committed to protecting companies from cyber-attacks.

Atif Mushtaq

Founder & CEO

Before founding SlashNext, Atif spent nine years at FireEye as a senior scientist, where he was one of the main architects of FireEye’s core malware detection technology. He has spent most of his career on the front lines of the war against cybercrime. He has worked with law enforcement and other global organizations to take down some of the world’s biggest malware networks including Rustock, Srizbi, Pushdo and Grum botnets. Atif’s natural product sense has contributed greatly to SlashNext’s flagship Active Cyber Defense System. He has driven the creation of an extremely powerful tool that is at once elegant, functional and simple to use.

Alex Chervet

COO

Alex Chervet has spent over 20 years creating high technology products. Before its sale to Lattice Semiconductor in March of 2015, he held multiple positions at Silicon Image including VP of Corporate Development and IR, as well as various management positions within product marketing where he drove the proliferation of DVI, HDMI and SATA standards & products.

Alex’s background includes work in software engineering, marketing, sales, corporate M&A, and investor relations. Prior to his work at Silicon Image, Alex held various management and development positions in the USA and Europe at Echelon Corp., BASF, and Schindler Elevator Corp. He has an extensive background in software development, communication and networking systems, and has been awarded multiple patents for his work in power line communications and digital television systems.

Seamus Meagher

VP Worldwide Sales

Seamus Meagher is a technology sales veteran whose experience spans leadership roles at industry defining software and hardware companies such as Silicon Image, Transmeta, Red Hat, and VocalTec Communications. Prior to becoming VP of Worldwide Sales at SlashNext he was the VP of Worldwide Sales and an Executive Officer at Silicon Image (SIMG) where he drove over 20% year over year revenue growth in the APAC, EMEA, India, and Americas markets. Seamus was a key member of the executive team that led the sale of the company to Lattice Semiconductor in 2015. Prior to joining Silicon Image, Seamus was Director of North America Sales at Transmeta Corporation, a developer of innovative software based CPUs. Before joining Transmeta Seamus was one of first sales people at Red Hat where he held the position of Director of Sales and was personally responsible for selling the industry's first Enterprise Linux support contracts. He also helped establish Red Hat’s subscription service product offering which then led to one of the biggest IPOs in history (RHAT). Seamus started his career in technology sales at VocalTec Communications, the company who invented and patented the first Voice over IP software.

About

Existing cyber security technologies fail to provide adequate protection against today’s new breed of ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and malware. SlashNext, Inc. is a cutting edge enterprise cybersecurity company focused on developing new methods to identify and thwart the current generation of cyber-attacks. Led by hard core researchers, engineers and a seasoned management team, SlashNext is uniquely positioned to protect against the toughest network security challenges.

SlashNext detection efficacy comes from our deep understanding of network protocols, their vulnerabilities, cutting-edge cyber threats and the hackers who create them. Our solutions not only detect attackers attempting a breach, they actively seek out malicious servers to gain an ever deeper understanding of the attacker’s security posture and identify their next move before they make it.

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