David Steinberg has more than twenty eight years of sales, operations, and technical experience in the network security and data communications industries. Mr. Steinberg has been active in the technology communities of both Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley and has helped numerous startups with formation and marketing issues.
He has been Vice President of BNX Software, Director of Worldwide distribution for Check Point Software, and a founding officer of SynOptics, which became Bay Networks after merging with Wellfleet Communications.
Most recently, Mr. Steinberg led Washington, D.C.-based SwapDrive as CEO until its acquisition by Symantec in June 2008 for $123 million.
Mr. Steinberg is currently an advisor to several early stage companies and sits on the Boards of The SEED School, We are Family (social services for the elderly), and The St. John’s School.
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