Kunal Anand, Chief Technology Officer at Imperva
Chief Technology Officer at Imperva: Part VI | Identikit Sequent X

The sixth episode of ‘Identikit Sequent X’ brings host Michelle Dennedy and Kunal Anand, Chief Technology Officer at Imperva and former Worldwide Director of Technology at BBC together to examine how technology can be designed and applied to deliver trust, transparency and consent into our post-surveillance economy.

Kunal Anand is the Chief Technology Officer of Imperva, a San Mateo based enterprise security technology company that serves over 6,200 customers world-wide; including seven of the top ten US commercial banks.

Previously, he served as the Director of Technology at the BBC Worldwide, overseeing engineering and operations across the company’s global Digital Entertainment and Gaming initiatives. Kunal also has several years of experience leading security, data and engineering at Gravity, MySpace and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

His work has been featured in Wired Magazine and Fast Company and he continues to develop the patented security technologies that powers both Imperva and Prevoty’s; a company he co-founded; core products.

Hosted by:

Michelle Dennedy, Former Chief Privacy Officer of Cisco and Intel

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