Qadium’s point of view
The rise of smart, fast, connected devices has revolutionized tracking mission-critical data. Now, that same revolution has come to tracking today’s Internet edge, making Edge Tracking the next big enterprise category.
We index the entire global Internet to define, track, and secure what’s yours. This global-scale, real-time approach zeroes-in on your moving pieces and whether or not they’re talking to something bad. This big picture provides value across the organization and encourages collaboration. That’s more than intelligence, it’s the smarts that leadership demands.
A Few of our Customers
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Dr. Tim Junio
Tim has over a decade of operational and academic experience in cybersecurity and large-scale distributed sensing. Prior to co-founding Qadium, he worked at DARPA, RAND Corporation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and CIA. He was a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University and remains an affiliate, occasionally lecturing and mentoring students on cybersecurity. Tim holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, and Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Matt Kraning
Matt is an expert in large-scale optimization, distributed sensing, and machine learning algorithms run on massively parallel systems. Prior to co-founding Qadium, Matt worked for DARPA, including a deployment to Afghanistan. Matt holds PhD and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering, and a Bachelor’s degree in Physics, all from Stanford University.
Sam brings over 25 years of enterprise software experience at various C-suite roles. He was formerly CEO of Crushpath (acquired by Glimmer), founding CMO of Jive Software (IPO), XIR at Social Capital, Chief Strategy Officer at Liveops and has had senior executive leadership roles at companies like Dell, CNET, 3Com, McCann Erickson, Y&R and Havas.
Greg joined Qadium with over 20 years of experience building enterprise products, most recently at Apteligent (acquired by VMware). Prior to Apteligent, Greg held management, product, and engineering roles at Moka5, Quantivo, IBM, and BigFix (acquired by IBM). Greg holds his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Carnegie Mellon.
Anthony joined Qadium with over 17 years of enterprise sales experience, most recently as VP of Sales at ThousandEyes, where he was responsible for leading worldwide field operations and solutions engineering. Prior to ThousandEyes, Anthony held various sales management and sales roles in early-stage and midsize companies, including ClearSlide, Meraki (acquired by Cisco), Aruba Networks (acquired by HPE), and Savvius. Anthony received his MBA at UC Davis and his Bachelor’s at Clemson.
VP, Finance and Operations
Dan joined Qadium from Dropbox, where he worked on the Strategic Finance team. Prior to Dropbox, Dan worked at Meraki (acquired by Cisco). He began his career in investment banking, and received his Bachelor’s from the University of Pennsylvania.
Kevan joins Qadium with over 20 years of experience in building software, most recently leading the Apteligent Engineering team through its integration with VMware post acquisition. Before Apteligent, Kevan held engineering leadership and architecture roles at Nuance Communications and Sabrix (acquired by Thomson Reuters). Kevan holds his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Joe joined Qadium with over a decade of experience in national security. Before joining Qadium, he worked at the RAND Corporation and Detica. He was a Non-Resident SPF Fellow at Pacific Forum CSIS and continues to serve as an Officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Joe holds a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Board of Directors
Dr. Tim Junio
Dr. Matt Kraning
Scott is Managing General Partner and head of NEA’s Technology investing practice. Since joining the firm in 1996, he has personally led investments in industry-transforming companies like Bloom Energy, Cloudflare, Data Domain, Fusion-io, Salesforce.com, Tableau Software, WebEx, and Workday.
Dave is a Founding Partner of Centerview Capital Technology and Knoll Ventures. He is currently Non-Executive Chairman of CVS Health and serves on the boards of PayPal, Dell, and the Georgia Tech Foundation, and is the former Chairman and CEO of AT&T.
Co-Founder & Director
Shaun is currently a Partner at GV, focusing on quantum computing and other hard science investments. He previously worked at DARPA and was deployed to Afghanistan. He holds a PhD from Caltech and Masters’ degrees from both Stanford and Caltech.