Episode 28 - Andy Funk & Cameron Williams - OverWatchID
By Trapper Little
OverWatchID helps organizations prevent data breaches with its holistic Identity Security Platform, sealing off the most vulnerable points of attack. Andy Funk has 20 years in the technology industry and managed services segment. An astute investment decision-maker, including angel investments into technology corporations, Andy has held management and executive roles with a Fortune-ranked telecom. He was part of the Executive team and one of the original team members of Virtela Technology Services Inc. which created a successful exit when acquired in 2014 by NTT Communications for $525 Million. From the development of supply chains globally to architecting database systems, Andy’s tight strategic sourcing skills have played out across accounts like IBM, Hitachi, Kraft Foods, and Deutsche Bank. Cameron Williams has extensive experience in product development having led development of next generation MSSP platform including multi-tenant PAM, Correlation Engine (SIEM software), deployment automation, and application monitoring systems. Cameron has also led all aspects of the business including Product Management, Sales, Operations, and Engineering, Designed the software for orchestration for IBM Cloud SDN/NFV automation, Designed CDN and GEO LB environments for IBM LotusLive, Geo LB/Pandemic planning automation for remote access Links to things we talk about: Andy Funk on LinkedIn Cameron Williams on LinkedIn Overwatch ID IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR, PLEASE: Subscribe to our list Connect with us on Twitter Email us and tell us what you think! Colorado TechCast brings you interviews with entrepreneurs, thought leaders and technology pioneers from around the state. We provide a behind the scenes look at who’s doing what, why, and how you can get involved. Join us each episode to hear the exciting stories of technology happenings in our state. I want this show to be relevant to you, so please send me your thoughts and suggestions. My email address is Trapper@ColoradoTechCast.com. You can also hit me up on Twitter @CoTechCast. I read and respond to all messages so drop me a line and tell me what you think.