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Mr. Rosenthal is the founder of TachTech, and brings 20 years of experience in information technology. Kyle has held a broad set of key roles at start-up and large companies including Juniper Networks, Bivio Networks, Technology Deployment and Research (“TDR”, acquired by Fusion Storm), Excite@Home, and Cox Communications. He was recognized by Frost & Sullivan as a “Mover and Shaker”, and continues to be a recognized resource by leading companies, governments, and the press for his knowledge of high-performance traffic processing, network traffic monitoring, and general knowledge of information technology. He served as Executive Director for dPacket.org, a community that addresses both the technical and social challenges that face the future of networking and global communities due to the rising use of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI). Kyle is also a partner in the MetroSITE Group, which co-founded the Cloud Security Alliance and provides strategic advisory services for cyber critical infrastructure protection. He also serves on the Executive Board for the CIO Scholarship Fund. Kyle holds a B.S. in Business Management from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
David De Graff
David De Graff has improved IT effectiveness for a wide range of clients for more than 20 years. Prior to joining TachTech, David held strategic roles in IT services firms, managed technical relationships for clients ranging from startups to global firms, and led IT teams that designed and managed high-availability systems for mission-critical environments at top-tier companies.
Most recently, David provided technical leadership for key clients of a leading Managed Services Provider in the San Francisco Bay Area, managing solutions delivery across teams and ensuring that services fit within each client's strategic context. In addition to his professional success, Mr. De Graff is an avid rower, graduated from Stanford University, and has contributed to community development efforts by serving on the board of a San Francisco community development credit union and supporting youth STEM initiatives.