SAN MATEO, Calif. – June 27, 2017 – AlienVault®, the leading provider of Unified Security Management™ (USM™) and crowdsourced threat intelligence, today announced that industry veteran Alex Estevez has joined the company’s Advisory Board.
Mr. Estevez has over 20 years of experience in the software industry, helping high growth companies scale efficiently. Most recently, he was at Atlassian as CFO where he helped the company prepare for its very successful IPO in 2015. He is currently a Venture Partner with Accel Partners and is on the Board of FullStory and Venture Atlanta. Additionally, he is on the advisory boards of BetterCloud, Grovo, NextLabs, and Pindrop.
“We are honored that Alex has agreed to join our Advisory Board,” said Barmak Meftah, president and CEO, AlienVault. “He has extensive industry experience helping companies prepare for their next stage of growth, and is an active member of numerous boards and committees. We are confident that Alex’s insights will be invaluable as we prepare AlienVault for our next stage as a company.”
“Alex’s financial expertise, particularly with late-stage start-ups, will be a great addition to our industry Advisory Board,” said Brian Robins, CFO of AlienVault. “His perspectives and experience with high growth business models will be extremely helpful as we chart the company’s path over the next few years. It’s an exciting time at AlienVault and we’re very happy to have Alex join our Advisory Board.”
“I am thrilled to join the AlienVault team as a member of their Advisory Board,” said Alex Estevez. “With its innovative and award-winning approach to security management, AlienVault is well-positioned to continue its rapid growth over the next few years, and I’m very excited to help the company realize these growth plans.”
Previous positions held by Estevez include CFO of BigFix, where he led the sale of the company to IBM, and president & CFO of Datastream, which was acquired by Infor Global Systems in 2006. Estevez began his career in the investment banking group of Raymond James, where he managed IPO and M&A processes for software companies. He holds an MBA from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, and an AB from Harvard University.