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Chris began his career as a consultant for Price Waterhouse (PwC) and Ernst & Young (EY) where he served Fortune 500 customers and developed innovative software products that accelerated and differentiated their service offerings.  Chris later joined Counterpane Internet Security, a pioneering managed security services provider (MSSP).  At Counterpane, he built and led their threat intelligence team and was a principal contributor in the design and development of the back-end systems, technologies, and processes that supported their security operations centers.  After Counterpane, Chris joined Enterasys Networks in a product leadership role for the Dragon Intrusion Detection System (IDS).

In 2002, Chris co-founded LogRhythm, a leader in next generation Security Information & Event Management (SIEM).  As LogRhythm’s Chief Technology Officer, Chris led the vision and design of the LogRhythm platform and product line.  He also served as Chairman, Chief Product Officer, and SVP of Customer Care.  Through his leadership, LogRhythm pioneered and drove industry advancements in SIEM, Security Orchestration Automation & Response (SOAR), User Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Network Detection & Response (NDR), and Extended Detection & Response (XDR).  LogRhythm earned the top spot in the Forrester Wave report for Security Analytics and has been consistent leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM.  Today, the LogRhythm platform is used by over 4000 enterprise customers, government agencies, and managed security service providers across the globe in support of their security operations centers.

Chris is an EY Entrepreneur of the year and a sought-after expert in cyber security. He has authored numerous whitepapers and articles in the field of cyber security and holds multiple patents.  Chris has spoken at conferences across the globe and was a faculty member at the Institute for Applied Network Security.  Chris holds a B.S. in Accounting from Colorado State University and is an active supporter of CSU’s Institute for Entrepreneurship and their Hacking for Defense (H4D) program.  Chris lives in Boulder, Colorado where he enjoys an active life full of sports and adventure with his wife Elizabeth and their three sons.


As a cybersecurity industry veteran and inventor, I am dissatisfied with the current state of technology and the offerings available to small businesses – especially those targeted by nation state threats. I am co-founding RADICL to defend these innovate and important companies, and by so doing, serve and defend the interests of the United States.