Simon Hartley USA | Executive Enterprise software management, marketing, & sales

About Simon Hartley

Simon Hartley has been captivated by innovation since first setting eyes on an Apple computer in grade school.

Today, he works with government customers at CIS Mobile and its altOS mobile security platform. He also worked with Apple and Samsung in hardening their mobile devices to meet the needs of the U.S. government marketplace. A veteran of half a dozen successful startups and Fortune 500 companies, he is an expert in the business of cybersecurity, a startup advisor, investor, and ambassador for the MACH37 Cyber Accelerator and the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (ATARC).
  • Expert in scaling emerging tech for government, finance, health, transport, and energy.
  • Experienced in startup and Fortune 100 enterprise software management, marketing, and sales.
  • Skilled in cybersecurity, mobility, IoT, cloud, and compliance standards.
Previously, he was Vice President and Co-Founder of the startup RunSafe Security, Vice President at the startup Kaprica Security (exited to Samsung), and Mobile Program Director at DMI a managed mobility market leader. Simon began his career in nuclear software engineering and then held European and US executive roles at HP, Red Hat, and Capgemini.

Simon is a cleared US Citizen and holds BS, MS, and MBA degrees from the University of Manchester, England, and University of Maryland.
  • Interests include tech, innovation, fitness and history.
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