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Sean Moshir, Partner

Sean Moshir envisions a world where the mobile device will be crucial to validating identity and passionately advocates CellTrust?s core mission to provide an intelligent environment for the trusted and convenient exchange of relevant, often highly confidential, high-risk and personal data via the mobile device.

Over the last two decades, Moshir has led several industry changing technology initiatives including the creation of ManageWare, the world's first network management language, which he then sold to IBM. In the early nineties, he co-developed one of the very first network anti-virus VAPs for Central Point Software, which was eventually acquired by Symantec Corporation. Moshir then created sophisticated network tools called NetBasic which he licensed and then sold to Novell. In 2001, Moshir sold IT management provider Altiris (now Symantec) a system management software program designed for UNIX/Linux operating systems. Just a few years later in 2004, Moshir's PatchLink Update™ was licensed to Novell.


Sean Moshir is credited with founding the now multi-million dollar security patch vulnerability management and remediation space when he started PatchLink (now Lumension Security). Under Moshir?s lead, PatchLink provided many top level US government agencies such as the FBI, US ARMY, US NAVY, NASA, NIST, DISA, VA, NIH, USDA, EPA, HHS and numerous local and state government agencies with state-of-the-art Internet security. As well, Fortune 500 companies around the world such as Shell, Lockheed Martin, Novell, IBM, Thompson, Kraft Foods, Harley Davidson and Bank of America.

Moshir has received recognition and honors from industry and business publications such as Network World, Network Computing, Software Magazine, IT Security, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. In 2003, PatchLink™ Corporation and its founder Sean Moshir were awarded the 2003 Arizona Innovators award from the governor of Arizona for excellence. 2004 brought the prestigious INC 500 award and in 2005 Moshir was among 16 senior security industry executives worldwide from companies such as BEA Systems and Tipping Point to receive the ?Shaping Info Security 2005 Award.

Joining other internationally recognized Internet security authorities, in 2007 Mr. Moshir was appointed to the International Advisory Board of SCIPP - a non-profit organization dedicated to taking security to the global organization as well as the individual. Sean has served in the past with distinguished security authorities such as Howard A. Schmidt who was Vice Chair of the President?s Critical Infrastructure Protection Board and Special Advisor for Cyberspace Security at the White House.

In 2008, Mr. Moshir led CellTrust to win three prestigious awards, namely the CTIA Emerging Technology Finalist Award, the Fierce 15 Top Emerging Wireless Companies 2008 Award, and the Best of WiMAX World EMEA 2008 Industry Choice Award nomination within the innovation category for its patent pending Global SecureSMS™ Gateway. Over the last decade Mr. Moshir has also attracted over 40 million USD in investment and venture capital for his companies in Arizona.

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