As Senior Vice President, Partner Alliances, E.J. is responsible for developing an ecosystem of partners to add value to Red Bison’s CRE Connectivity Platform (www.redbison.com). Red Bison offers a fully integrated, highly secure connectivity platform than seamlessly connects and protects a property owner’s asset.
We believe every commercial real estate (CRE) building owner/operator deserves a single, next-generation cybersecurity connectivity platform integrating all connections and systems with visibility to all building system performance, enabling full utilization and monetization of a property.
Solving this technology challenge creates a partnership between Red Bison and the CRE community enabling significant cost savings, new tenant technology service delivery, and new revenue streams that increase asset values making Red Bison a truly unique company.
E.J. is a visionary leader and pioneer in the wireless LAN market with nearly three decades of producing positive results for clients in the telecommunications, enterprise and digital advertising industries. He is a skilled strategist who creates value by developing executive relationships and crafting effective client deals and partner programs. He is a strong tactical leader with proven experience in sales, marketing, software product development, operations, distribution, strategic planning, business development, and finance.
Before joining Red Bison, E.J. co-founded his own wireless design business which was acquired by a publicly traded industry leader. At LCC International, an industry leader in wireless design services, he led the in building practice designing and deploying wireless technologies (Wi-Fi, small cell and Distributed Antenna Systems). He started his career with AT&T/Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs where he gained strong international business experience as CFO of an AT&T/Lucent wholly-owned subsidiary in the Netherlands. E.J. is a founding member of the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA), the body that created the term, “Wi-Fi.”
E.J. earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from St. Bonaventure University and his MBA in Finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
National leaders have asked critical infrastructure sectors to raise cybersecurity shields from a range of cyber bad actors for one reason – Cyber threats are more than a risk to data and privacy – A cyber attack directed at connected operational technologies can have catastrophic consequences for public safety, health, and our way of life. In response, OT cyber industry leaders have developed initiatives to incentivize investments in the mitigation of cyber risk. National experts will discuss emerging trends in OT cyber threats, how the risk can be mitigated, and the current state of risk transfer to insurance.