RepKnight is a cybersecurity company providing SAAS solutions for Digital Risk Protection, real-time data breach detection, dark web monitoring, and cyber threat intelligence.
Our team includes vastly experienced software engineers, data scientists, UX designers and cyber-analysts who continually push the boundaries of cyber-intelligence and data breach detection.
Previously Jeremy was the vice president of sales and marketing at Nujira. In prior roles he was the marketing director of wireless USB startup Artimi, vice president of marketing for Aspex Semiconductor, and strategic technology director of Symbionics’s Wireless and Multimedia business unit, sold to Cadence in 1998.
Prior to joining RepKnight he was CFO of a video streaming start-up and has worked for a variety of organisations including private-equity backed, FTSE listed and AIM listed companies. He started his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant (ACA)
Seamus was Chief Architect at Aepona. Following Aepona’s acquisition by Intel in 2013, Seamus moved to Intel to help transition the Aepona products into Intel’s Software Group. Previously, Seamus was Chief Architect at Apion Ltd, acquired by Openwave. Seamus holds a number patents related to the mobile Internet and holds a BSc in Computer Science.
Richard has worked as in house legal counsel at GEC Marconi, Ipsaris and Easynet and now advises Black Green Capital and others on commercial contracts, company law financing and M&A.
Richard is a qualified solicitor and holds a law degree from Brunel University.
Richard qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG and joined Hoare Govett as an investment analyst in 1987.
He spent 22 years working in investment research and equities management, latterly as a Managing Director, responsible for smaller companies, in the Global Equities division of ABN AMRO.
Since 2009, he has established himself as an independent management consultant providing corporate advice to both listed and unlisted companies. Richard is also a director of Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust plc and Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd.
Former CEO and founder of Easynet Group, a highly profitable $350m global Enterprise Cloud services business built from scratch over the course of 18 years including private, and public ownership.
Easynet was sold to BSkyB in 2006, and David joined the management team there responsible for B2B operations.
Subsequently, David helped to finance the buy out from BSkyB of the Enterprise part of Easynet and left it to start up Black Green Capital in 2013.