Ed Wall [no relation :)]
Chief Operating Officer
Ed Wall is the Chief Operating Officer of SnoopWall, Inc. and is responsible for overseeing all operations of the company. SnoopWall’s suite of technology solutions are used in 32 countries by private sector and government agencies requiring the fastest possible identification and mitigation of network attacks.
SnoopWall’s Mission is to be a trusted provider of cost effective, proactive security solutions to enhance organizations cyber-risk mitigation strategies. SnoopWall closes security gaps and ensures only trusted, known assets connect to corporate networks while providing real-time defense against cyber-attacks including zero-days, phishing and ransomware. SnoopWall enables IT professionals to regain control of their networks by providing actionable intelligence, including vulnerability assessments, patch management and compliance reporting.
Ed entered into his role as COO of SnoopWall after 30+ years in law enforcement and public safety service. Throughout his leadership roles, Ed has been involved at the executive level in oversight and implementing large network cyber-security systems and protocols to protect data, privacy and critical system operations. Additionally, he established the Intelligence Fusion Center in the state of Wisconsin, which focused on counter terrorism and criminal information sharing across public safety agencies nationwide. Ed served on the Governor’s Homeland Security Council, holding a Tier 3 Secret level national security clearance and was a member of the cyber security working group and routinely engaged in cyber resiliency / vulnerability testing to protect department operating systems, data and privacy. Ed served as a New Hampshire State Trooper for 10 years before being appointed as a Special Agent in the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI). He rose through the ranks to become Administrator of the DCI and was actively involved in establishing or expanding specialized units dealing with Computer Crimes, Computer Forensics, Internet Crimes Against Children, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism. Ed also served in two gubernatorial appointments (Republican and Democrat) as Administrator of the Division of Emergency Management and Secretary of the Department of Corrections, where he oversaw the state’s largest cabinet agency with over 10,000 employees and a biennial budget over $2.65 billion dollars.
Vice President, Marketing and Business Development
In this role, Mark leads the channels growth of the company. Mark has more than 20 years of experience developing sales, marketing and business growth strategies having served in senior sales, marketing and product management roles at numerous high-tech firms. Mark is well seasoned at building out product, marketing and channels in an accelerated fashion for SnoopWall’s potential Public Markets future (as predicted by Owler). He oversees all aspects of SnoopWall’s global marketing efforts, including global channel and partner expansion programs, marketing, and strategic growth initiatives bringing a wealth of experience in go-to-market and marketing strategy, product marketing and positioning, public relations and analyst relations. Mark evangelizes security to link market opportunity with developmental priorities to meet today’s accelerating security challenges. He most recently held a global senior marketing leadership role with Kaspersky Lab’s global marketing organization. Mark is a graduate of UCLA’s Anderson School.
“I’m thrilled to be part of a growing team, here at SnoopWall, as we lead the market in the most proactive way, helping partners deliver the most innovative network and mobile breach prevention solutions to much needing customers throughout the globe,” said Mark Bermingham, VP of Worldwide Channels
Vice President of Global Support
Brian is a senior member of SnoopWall’s leadership team with oversight and responsibility for pre and post-sales support, training, customer experience and ensuring the success of a global partner network. He has over 25 years of experience as a senior support management professional with a strong technical background and extensive expertise leading multi-national technical customer support teams. Brian’s experience spans multiple market segments including cloud and enterprise networking, healthcare and network security.
Brian holds a BSEET from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and an MBA with a focus on international business from Southern New Hampshire University.
He believes the success of an organization is built upon the success of employees, partners and customers.
Vice President of Research & Development
David brings a broad range of experience to the SnoopWall team, including over 20 years in software and systems quality assurance and project management, and ranging from enterprise products to the defense industry.
As a strong believer that quality starts when a project starts, he brings a project management approach and dedication to keeping the information flowing and the team well informed. David is dedicated to thorough documentation of test plans, processes and procedures wherever possible to keep the team informed without burdening the creativity of the team.
Lead Software Engineer
Chris Gauthier is our Lead Software Engineer. He’s an early stage engineering team leader who is also the chief software architect for SnoopWall and coinventor of the AppCrusher. He’s a hands on coder, team leader and passionate white hat with a strong ethical hacking background. Chris loves to challenge the team and himself to always find new ways to improve the Privacy Shield Embedded SDK and our AppCrusher technology on Android, iOS, Windows and through the Cloud. Chris brings over 15 years of engineering skills to the table, having developed numerous database intensive and mobile applications over the years for AimCare, the Kevrick Company and Thornbrook Software, to name a few. He has a degree in Physics with a background in CS from Gettysburg College.
Inside Counsel, Flegal Law Office P.A.
Scott is the outside Corporate Counsel for SnoopWall. He grew up in Clifton Park, New York, a small town just south of Saratoga Springs, New York. He earned a B.A. from Amherst College in Amherst, MA in 1982, and a J.D. from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, IL in 1985. Scott has been practicing law in Nashua, NH since 1985. He spent the first 9 years of his career at Sullivan & Gregg, P.A., and left to open his own firm in 1994. He married Sheelu, who is the residential director at Nashua Children’s Home. Scott has a daughter Jane, who will be a senior at Mt. Holyoke College, a son Calvin who will be a sophomore at the Berklee College of Music, and his youngest daughter Mia. Scott served by appointment of the New Hampshire Supreme Court on the New Hampshire Board of Bar Examiners from 1991-2001, writing and grading the bar exam. He was appointed by the New Hampshire Supreme Court to serve as a member of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch Dispute Resolution Committee in 2007. He is also currently the clerk for the Alternative Dispute Resolution section of the New Hampshire Bar Association. He is a member of the board of directors of the New England chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution (“NEACR”), and served as President of that chapter in 2007-08.
Thomas J. McGinnis
Patent Counsel, Finch & Maloney PLLC
Tom has extensive experience in law and technology. Prior to joining Finch & Maloney, Tom worked as an associate and senior associate for Lando & Anastasi in Cambridge, MA. Prior to law school, Tom worked in software development, systems analysis, and implementation for companies including Radiant Systems (acquired by NCR) and Ashland Petroleum. He has personally developed and managed the development of software written for a variety of computing platforms including web servers, cell phones, and specialized computing devices. Tom has experience implementing and integrating enterprise-level applications with existing architectures. He uses the insight gained from nearly a decade of business and technical experience in the software and petroleum industries to maximize his clients’ return on their intellectual property investments.
Tom’s academic achievements include a J.D., magna cum laude, from Franklin Pierce Law Center, an M.B.A. from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a B.S. in Computer Science with High Distinction and Departmental Honors from the University of Kentucky. Tom is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts.