I had to create a talk for class on VC Lingo and ways in which early stage investors protect themselves in transactions. I thought I'd post the slides here in case anyone was interested. Basics of VC Securities
I’m a Partner at Lytical Ventures, an NYC based venture fund focused on Corporate Intelligence including cybersecurity, data analytics, and artificial intelligence. I’m also a Kauffman Fellow and world ranked pinball player.
I’m most excited by companies that are trying to make a dent in the universe.
In the past, I co-authored The Art of Software Security Testing, chaired DefCon – the largest hacking convention in the US – for 10 years, and have been actively involved in the NY tech community since 1999.
I collect pinball machines, am a proud father, and I still manage to code a bit now and then.