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Randy Battat, Founder, President & CEO at PreVeil
Randy Battat is founder, president and CEO of PreVeil, the application for end-to-end encrypted email, file sharing and storage for people and organizations that want to protect their data. Before PreVeil, Randy was president and CEO of Airvana from 2000-2014, growing the company from a two-month old startup to a 400-person global corporation. Airvana became the #2 supplier of wireless broadband infrastructure software for the CDMA standard used by operators like Verizon and Sprint, and the #1 supplier of femtocell access points used to provide great wireless coverage inside homes. Randy spent the first thirteen years of his career at Apple, including five years as vice president of worldwide product marketing and three years as vice president of the PowerBook division. After Apple, Randy joined Motorola to run its wireless data group and later became senior vice president of Motorola's Internet and networking group, responsible for businesses such as cable voice and data communications, enterprise networking equipment, and wireless content servers.

 

Sanjeev Verma, Founder & Chairman, PreVeil

Sanjeev Verma is founder and chairman of PreVeil, the application for end-to-end encrypted email, file sharing and storage for people and organizations that want to protect their data. He is a technology entrepreneur with a track record of building successful businesses. He co-founded Airvana, a leading developer of 3G and 4G mobile wireless infrastructure for mobile operators such as Verizon and Sprint. Airvana grew to become the world's second largest supplier of CDMA 3G infrastructure and the world's largest supplier of small cells. During his 13 years at Airvana, Sanjeev helped grow the company's business from an idea to a large public company. Prior to Airvana, Sanjeev held various technical and business leadership roles in Motorol

Articles by Randy Battat Founder President & CEO PreVeil & Sanjeev Verma Founder & Chairman PreVeil
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Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  7/17/2018
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Ira Winkler, CISSP, President, Secure Mentem,  7/19/2018
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