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May 19, 2017 11:58 am

Terbium Labs makes pair of leadership moves

The cybersecurity startup promoted a CTO, and hired a VP of sales. Say hey to Claire Gollnick and Brett Davis.

How Terbium's Matchlight product works.

(Image courtesy of Terbium Labs)

Cybersecurity startup Terbium Labs has beefed up its leadership ranks with a pair of recent moves:

  • Claire Gollnick was promoted to CTO from the role of Chief Data Scientist. Gollnick joined Terbium Labs in 2016. She designed the algorithms behind the company’s product, Matchlight, and worked to bring a new version of the product to market.
  • Brett Davis was hired as Vice President of Sales. He has 30 years of experience in sales, previously worked at Focal Point Data Risk and was on the founding team of D.C.-based Meridian Growth Services.

The South Baltimore company closed a $6.4 million Series A last year, and got a nod on our realLIST in January.

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