inBay Technologies provides a new generation of passwordless mutual identity assurance, authentication and authorization solutions. Based in Ottawa Canada, the company was first incorporated in 2010 and since then has garnered a significant portfolio of patents and well regarded intellectual property. Commercialization of the company’s SaaS based Multi-Factor Authentication and delegated authorization product began early in 2015 and since then significant customer activity is underway with large SMEs and Government Clients.
David is a retired Nortel Executive, with expertise in creating and leading new business ventures (Entrust being one that he nurtured in this role). Following retirement in 2001, David formed his own consultancy company focused on executive mentoring, actively advising Canada's leading researchers in the futures of cyber-security, web network evolution and the rapidly changing market of smart web based applications. David is the Chair of several not for profit organizations including the IET Ottawa Network, FM-CFS Canada and an honorary member of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Science. David was named professional of the Year in April 2015 by Worldwide Branding for Excellence in Technology Consulting.
Paul is a retired partner from Ernst & Young LLP. He has 40 years of experience in financial roles with technology companies, including Canadian Marconi (now CMC Electronics) and Computing Devices (now General Dynamics). He also worked as CFO at Prior Data Sciences.
Catherine has over 30 years in public accounting, including a predecessor firm of Deloitte LLP; ensured compliance to regulatory and high quality standards throughout the operations of an accounting practice consisting of 20 to 25 employees.
Nicolas has extensive theoretical and applied knowledge of software processes and quality assurance. He has spent more than a decade in industrial research, encompassing Microsoft, Mozilla, Frauenhofer and IBM. He was awarded a Ph.D. from Queens University (Canada), where he did research in the Software Analysis and Intelligence Lab.
Lamin is a business development veteran with more than 16 years of progressive experience in enterprise and channel sales. Most recently he served as Director of Business Development at EION Inc. where he drove business growth for the Americas Region. His strong strategic planning, organizational and interpersonal skills complement his natural leadership abilities.
Stan is a former Director of Advanced Technology at Nortel Networks. Throughout his career, he has managed major R&D and product commercialization initiatives, as well as university interaction programs in Canada, the US and UK. He has also served as CEO for early stage companies.
Randy has an accomplished R&D track record in information and communications technology (ICT), networking and network security. A former software engineer at Nortel Networks, he has developed concepts and technologies for Quantum Key Distribution, resulting in the granting of multiple patents.
Jim is a retired RBC Royal Bank executive with over 30 years experience in commercial and corporate banking. He headed RBC's Technology Banking Group in Ottawa from 1985 until his retirement in 2005. Governance roles include four years as a Director of the Canadian Advanced Technology Association and two years as a member of the National Research Council Technology Advisory Committee. He also served seven years on the Board of Trustees of Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and has held numerous advisory roles with early stage and mature technology companies.
Jerry is a VP Emerging Technologies at SynerSolutions Technologies Inc. Jerry has deeply developed skills in Networking, Security and Storage that allows him to combine best of breed technology to produce robust secure solutions both of Data Centres as well as Cloud Computing.