|University of Delaware, Bachelor's degree|
David DeWalt has more than 25 years of experience building innovative, industry-leading technology companies. He has a strong record of driving revenue growth at startups, midsize, and large companies, and has helped create billions of dollars in shareholder value through a series of CEO-led industry changing major acquisitions. He has been named one of the top five CEOs of publicly traded software companies by “Institutional Investor” magazine. Dave has held executive positions at such notable technology companies such as Oracle, EMC, Documentum, Intel, McAfee, Segue Software, and Quest Software. A recognized authority on cybersecurity, he appears regularly on nationally televised news programs, has spoken numerous times at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and serves as an advisor to the critical government agencies among others. In May 2011, he was appointed by President Barack Obama to reside on the National Security and Technology Advisory Council (NSTAC). Dave received his bachelor’s degree in computer science (CSEE) from the University of Delaware, where he was NCAA Division I All-American and the first wrestler inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame.