Talal G. Shamoon | Chief Executive Officer
David P. Maher | Executive VP and Chief Technology Officer
Tim Schaaff | Executive VP and Chief Product Officer
Jeff McDow | Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel
Matthew B. Glotzer | Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy
Robert E. Tarjan | Chief Scientist
Bob Tarjan is Intertrust’s Chief Scientist and is responsible for leading basic research at the Company. Tarjan is also the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. He is one of the world’s most prominent computer scientists and has made fundamental contributions in the fields of algorithms and data structures. He is the recipient of numerous academic distinctions and awards including the Association for Computing Machinery A. M. Turing Award, and the Nevanlinna Prize in mathematical aspects of computer science.
Tarjan has held a series of industrial research and academic positions over the years, including Senior Fellow at Hewlett-Packard and Visiting Researcher at Microsoft Research. Earlier in his career he was with AT&T Bell Labs and the NEC Research Institute. He has held academic positions at Cornell University, University of California Berkeley, Stanford University and N.Y.U. Tarjan holds a BS in Mathematics from the California Institute of Technology and MS and Ph.D degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University.
Kenny Huang | Managing Director, Greater China, S. Korea and ASEAN Region
Bill Horne | VP/GM, Intertrust Secure Systems
Bill Horne leads Intertrust’s Secure Systems product group, and is responsible for the company’s authentication, root key services, and software tamper resistance products. Prior to joining Intertrust at the end of 2016, Horne was the Director of Security Research at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, where he led a team of R&D security experts who supported HP’s security product efforts. Prior to HP, Horne was a research scientist at Intertrust’s STAR Lab from 1997-2002, and prior to that at the NEC Research Institute in Princeton, NJ. Horne is a prolific inventor and technical author. He has authored over 50 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of security and machine learning, and holds 33 granted patents and 44 patents pending. Horne holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware, and M.S. and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Mexico.
Anahita Poonegar | VP Marketing and GM India
Yutaka Nagao | Vice President Technology Initiatives and GM, Japan
Yutaka Nagao joined Intertrust 2009. Based at headquarters, Mr. Nagao plays several key roles in corporate strategy and business development, including leading our patent licensing business for the Japanese market. Prior to expanding his role to business development, Mr. Nagao was an accomplished engineer and standardization expert, having made key contribution to the development of the Marlin Digital Rights Management standard. He is a named inventor on several patents, and is an expert in software engineering and secure systems. Mr. Nagao was also part of the team that developed and built Seacert.
Prior to joining Intertrust, Mr. Nagao worked at Sony, where he developed media distribution systems, and at NTT, where he developed sophisticated IP network systems. Mr. Nagao holds a B.S in Physics and an M.S in Nuclear Physics from Chiba University.
Kristin Clark | Vice President of Security Operations
Kristin Clark joined Intertrust in 1999 and has extensive background in Trust Management and Operations. As a VP of Security Operations, Kristin co-founded Seacert Corporation, an Intertrust company, and has twenty years of experience building and managing cryptographic operations, PKI (public key infrastructure) implementations and partner support. She has worked closely with multi-company/multi-country engineering teams to transform technical specifications into operational processes. Seacert has provided billions of credentials to a worldwide customer base of the largest consumer electronic companies. Prior to joining Intertrust, she worked at Hewlett Packard in e-Business, Manufacturing, Quality, Marketing, and Finance, managing organizations, implementing multi-division systems and improving cross-organizational processes. She has a B.S. in International Economics from Georgetown University.