Cylance Expands Board of Directors to Drive Next Phase of Growth

Cylance is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to our Board of Directors: Kirk Arnold, Michael Capellas and Joe Maglione, as the company prepares for the next phase in its unparalleled growth.

“We are humbled by our new board additions and their support for our vision. Cylance continues to prove that AI can predict and prevent attacks before they ever start, thereby lowering complexity and cost, and truly preventing tomorrow’s attacks today,” said Stuart McClure, Chairman and CEO of Cylance.

“This board expansion brings diversity and new capabilities and perspectives that will be pivotal in guiding us along our high growth path.”

Kirk Arnold is an experienced CEO and independent board member with a history of leadership in information technology software and services. Ms. Arnold most recently served as CEO at cloud-based applications managed services firm, Data Intensity, LLC, where she drove significant global growth for the company.

In addition to serving on multiple boards and advisory committees, she is a lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, where she teaches entrepreneurial sales and advanced ventures in the MBA program.

Michael Capellas has spent a lifetime leading and building global technology organizations as CEO, President and Chairman of a number of public and private enterprises, including First Data, MCI, Hewlett-Packard, and Compaq Computer Corporation. He most recently served as Chairman and CEO of VCE, a cloud computing joint venture between Cisco, EMC and VMWare.

He brings extensive expertise in strategy, product development, sales and finance, as well as in managing complex transactions and organizational challenges, such as mergers and acquisitions. He currently serves on multiple corporate boards including Cisco, Flextronics, Mulesoft, JDA Software and Solace.

Joe Maglione is the lead independent board member for Cylance’s audit committee. He is currently a partner at Deloitte, where (Read more...)

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