CipherDriveOne is an innovative Silicon Valley cybersecurity company. We are experts in software and hardware network security products. CipherDriveOne takes an innovative approach to product design. Our primary goal is to design secure and privacy-oriented products for the Internet.
With more than 35 years of software engineering, Mr. Lennartsson is an expert in encryption, two-factor authentication and network security technologies. Prior to the KLC Group, Kurt was the Sr. VP of Product Development at Mobile Armor. At Mobile Armor, Kurt was responsible for the architecture and product management of the flagship product. Prior to Mobile Armor, Kurt was the Vice President of Technology for Plan Ready. At Plan Ready, Kurt worked a revolutionary product called Red Folder that enabled enterprise customers track and edit encrypted corporate documents. Red Folder resulted in two granted patents. Prior to Plan Ready, Kurt was the Vice President at RedCannon Security where he drove global engineering for the first personal multi-purpose mobile applications on a USB device called KeyPoint. KeyPoint was a product solution that utilized technology partnerships with Citrix, RSA, and Verisign. Previously, Kurt was Sr. VP of Strategy and Product Development at PointSec, a Swedish publicly company, developing full disk encryption products that was acquired by Checkpoint Software for $586 Million in 2007. PointSec was a leader in security for laptops, desktop computers, PDAs, and smart phones. Kurt has held multiple technical and executive positions at private startups, and Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Lennartsson has a degree in Electronic and Technology. Kurt actively works with small startup companies and sits on the board of CryptKloud and Green Rocket Security.
With more than 25 years of sales, marketing, and software engineering, Mr. Myung has in-depth experience in network security, enterprise and cloud technologies. Besides his work with KLC Group, John is an executive in residence at CryptKloud. Prior to the KLC Group, John was the CEO of Cinfinity International. At Cinfinity, John worked with a wide range of clients that include startups to Volkwagen Group focusing on product design and management with a focus in network security. Prior to Cinfinity, John was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Focus Product Design. At Focus, John worked on more than 100 projects from the concept inception to manufacturing. Prior to Focus Product Design, John was the Chief Marketing Officer at Morf Mobile, a software company delivering advertising and social networking platforms in the mobile infrastructure space. Prior to Morf Mobile, John was the Vice President of Marketing and Investor Relations at iLoopMobile, a provider of mobile text and advertising campaigns to top-tier clients like NBC/BRAVO, IGN, The Black-Eyed Peas, and other media giants. iLoopMobile was acquired by Lenco Mobile for a private undisclosed price. Before iLoopMobile, John was the Vice President of Marketing at RedCannon where he launched the first personal multi-purpose mobile applications on a USB device called KeyPoint. KeyPoint was a product solution that including partnerships with Citrix, RSA, and Verisign. Previously, John was director of technical marketing at Network ICE, Inc., a privately funded startup company developing high-speed intrusion protection products that was acquired by Internet Security Systems for $ 200 million in cash and stock. John has held several technical and marketing positions at startups, private and Fortune 500 companies including Visa International, Sun Microsystems, Sony and SAIC. Mr. Myung has a Juris Doctor in Laws. John actively works with small startup companies and performs due diligence work for many private investors.
With more than 25 years of sales, finance, and customer success, Mr. Fuentes has extensive experience in encryption, enterprise security, and mobile technologies. Prior to the KLC Group, Keith was the Vice President of Customer Success at Samsung. At Samsung, Keith fulfilled a critical role driving revenue with a focus on negotiating and closing agreements for Security solutions in a B2B model to accounts on a global scale. In addition, Keith led a group of technical sales engineers, software, and solution specialists. During Keith’s nine years at Samsung, he held several positions including the sales team leader for the new Samsung Software Sales division. Focused on solution selling with the Samsung Mobile Team for B2B, including products – Knox. Keith and his teams are credited with numerous large sales in both Federal Government and Commercial Business, pushing Knox into the Gartner top quadrant for over six years. Prior to Knox, Keith was the Strategic Account Manager at VMware. Keith focused on Air Force sales with both inside and outside sales teams. Prior to VMware, Keith was the Director of Federal Sales at Trend Micro. Keith focused on DoD, military, and the intelligence community. Before Trend Micro, Keith was the Vice President of Government Sales at Mobile Armor where he was instrumental in establishing a thriving revenue base and assisting the acquisition of Mobile Armor by Trend Micro. Previously, Keith was Vice President Pointsec Mobile Technologies. At Pointsec, Keith progressed from a Pre-Sales Engineer to Vice President of North American Sales within 2 years. Pointsec was purchased by Checkpoint Software. Keith has held several financial and auditing positions at KPMG. Mr. Fuentes holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Eastern Illinois University.