The Ohanae® management team has diverse expertise and background in network security, virtual private networking and server appliance.
Prior to Ohanae, Greg was the president of Mykenae® from August 2001 to June 2006. Mykenae was a venture funded data privacy security startup with operations in San Jose, Singapore, and Wuhan, China. He has provided the direction and impetus to Mykenae's development, and effectively managed its progress. Prior to Mykenae, Greg was the president of Internet Appliance from 1999 to June 2001. Internet Appliance was a venture funded VPN appliance startup based in Fremont, CA. Before Internet Appliance, Greg was the managing director of Connected Computing from 1997 to 1998. As managing director of Zenith Data System (Asia Pacific) from 1995 to 1996, he developed a full distribution channel for the company in Asia. Zenith Data Systems was merged into Packard Bell NEC in 1996.
From 1989 to 1994, Greg was vice president and general manager, Asia pacific operations for Advanced Logic Research, Inc. (acquired by Gateway). He developed ALR from a dead start to one of the best selling brands of PC servers in Southeast Asia. Previously, he held sales management positions with Wearnes Technology and Automated Systems (acquired by Computer Sciences of America).
Greg holds an MBA degree in strategic marketing from the University of Hull, U.K. and a degree in marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, U.K.
Professor Deng, is Director of SIS Research Center and Associate Dean of School of Information Systems, Singapore Management University (SMU). Prior to SMU, he was the principle scientist and manager of Information Security Department at the Institute of Infocomm Research (I2R). He has an illustrious R&D Career. He worked on and managed various R&D projects in information security, e-commerce, network interconnection, and data storage systems, including the first full strength virtual private network software outside of US and the first operational internet cashcard system. He holds more than 20 patents and has produced more than 180 technical publications in international conferences, journals and books.
He served as editors of various international journals and on numerous program and advisory committees of many international conferences in information, computer and communications security such as the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security. He is the program co-chair of the 2007 ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security. He has been invited to give more than 20 invited or keynote speeches in international conferences.
Prior to I2R, Dr. Deng was the director of ubiquity lab at Kent Ridge Digital Labs (KRDL) in Singapore in charge of R&D in Secure Distributed Enterprise Thrusts. He was an associate to Magnetic Technology Center/Data Storage Institute where he was the consultant to Seagate Technology and Wearnes Peripherals.
In early 2006, Dr. Deng was awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Fellow for Research Excellence by the Singapore Management University. In November 1999, he was awarded the Outstanding University Researcher Award by the National University of Singapore for his contributions in development of a security system for e-commerce. Earlier in the same year, Dr. Deng was awarded the KRDL Excellence Award for his achievements in Secure Distributed Enterprises Thrust. In 1998, he won the KRDL Achievement Award.
Dr. Deng has been winning honors since 1980 when he was awarded the first prize in the First All-University Physics Contest before graduating in 1981 from the National University of Defense Technology, China. He went on to obtain his MSc in 1983, and PhD in 1985, from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago.
Kaylor, a member of the California Bar, has been practicing commercial law since 1981. He specializes in intellectual property, including computer law; commercial litigation; corporate contracts and licensing agreements; employer/employee relations; general corporate matters and start-up advice.
His clients includes Mirage Systems, a premier underground radar specialist; Canary Communications, a leading supplier of connectivity hardware, BeamOn Technologies, the technology leader in laser-etched stencils; the Andalé chain of restaurants, Baldur Systems, the largest supplier of latex gloves in the US; Data MediaSource, a top tier supplier of new and recycled media storage products.
A former teacher, Daniel taught classes in investing to, among others, Prince Khalid bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud and Richard Li. Daniel is a graduate of Providence College (A.B. 1965), NDEA Fellow Stanford University (M.A. 1970) and Lincoln University (J.D. 1981).
Woo is a financial service professional, with expertise in establishing and operating offices in Asia for leading American investment banking/brokerage firms. He has a broad background spanning 27 years in equities, futures, foreign exchange, accounting, and back office operations.
Woo has started and managed offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore Tokyo, Sydney, and other cities for Bear Stearns, Smith Barney, and Shearson Lehman. He has participated in several IPOs, and served as managing director at Bear Stearns and Senior Vice President at Smith Barney and Shearson Lehman. He also served board of directors of many subsidiaries in Hong Kong, Singapore,
Australia, Japan for Shearson Lehman and Bear Stearns during 1978 to 1995. Albert has a BA degree from Hongkong Baptist University, an MBA from Stetson University, and post-MBA studies at New York University.
Tom Wu is an expert with a well-established reputation in security and cryptography. While earning his M.S. at Stanford University, he invented the Secure Remote Password (SRP) protocol, a strong password authentication protocol which has become a widely-used worldwide standard.
Tom was the Security Architect at Cisco Systems, having joined through Cisco's acquisition of Reactivity. At Reactivity, Tom was Chief Security Architect in charge of the XML firewall appliance.
Prior to Reactivity, Tom helped start Arcot Systems, a software smartcard venture, and as Chief Security architect oversaw and participated heavily in the development of nearly every project there.
Tom also holds a Bachelor's degree from MIT (1993). Tom is married with one child, and lives in California.