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NY Enterprise Technology Meetup – January 2019
January 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFREE
Join fellow technologists, entrepreneurs, and investors for the NY Enterprise Technology Meetup’s (NYETM) January meetup.
For our January meetup we have a special fireside chat with David Ulevitch (GP at a16z, founded/sold OpenDNS to Cisco), along with demos from Scytale and TBA.
Fireside Chat with David Ulevitch
David Ulevitch is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz where he focuses on enterprise and SaaS investments.
David was previously the founder and CEO of OpenDNS, a cloud-delivered security service that was acquired by Cisco in 2015. His vision and leadership were responsible for creating a cloud-delivered security service that today protects over 85 million people worldwide across more than 10,000 enterprise customers. While at Cisco, David was a senior vice president and general manager of Cisco Security — a $2.4 billion annual revenue business — where he oversaw the company’s global security strategy, portfolio, and architecture.
Prior to OpenDNS, David founded EveryDNS, an authoritative DNS service, and grew it into the world’s largest free DNS service, which he sold to Dyn (now Oracle) in 2010. David holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis, which turned out to be way more useful than he expected.
1. Scytale – Scytale helps operations and security engineers use SPIFFE to securely and easily build identity-driven, large-scale distributed software systems. Scytale was started in 2017 by seasoned engineers from Amazon Web Services, Google, Okta, PagerDuty, and Splunk who want to help enterprise security, operations, and development teams to securely and efficiently build identity-driven, large-scale distributed software systems.
2. Bravely – Bravely is a new kind of employee benefit in support of workplace health, connecting people with professional coaches for confidential conversations about their performance, growth, relationships, and company culture.