Founder & Managing Partner, Rain Capital
Dr. Chenxi Wang is Founder & Managing Partner at Rain Capital and the former Chief Strategy Officer of Twistlock where she was responsible for corporate strategy and marketing. She built an illustrious career at Forrester Research, Intel Security, and CipherCloud. At Forrester, she covered mobile, cloud, and enterprise security, and wrote many hard hitting research papers. At Intel Security, she led the ubiquity strategy that spans both hardware and software platforms.
Chenxi started her career as a faculty member of Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. She is a sought-after public speaker and a trusted advisor for IT executives, has been quoted/featured by New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes.com, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, Dark Reading, and many trade media outlets, and holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Virginia. Her Ph.D. thesis received an ACM Samuel Alexander award for excellence in research.
Recent Podcasts with ITSPmagazine
In today’s episode, Sean Martin is joined by Rain Capital co-founder, Chenxi Wang. A former research analyst, entrepreneur, and friend of ITSPmagazine, Chenxi now looks after a fund and a portfolio. Listen in to hear about the new fund, the state of the market, and how she approaches filling and managing her portfolio.
Selena Templeton provides an overview of what was discussed in this live panel covering the challenges and responsibilities of this new IoT landscape that the security industry as well as individuals now face, which was streamed from the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center in San Francisco.
IOActive, Equal Respect and WISP presented this morning networking event to help senior-level women in security strategize the next stage in their career by targeting and sitting on a board. ITSPmagazine was there in full force to support the movement and capture the moment.
Many organizations enter the world of information security with new products that they think are wildly innovative. But in many cases—unfortunately—they are not truly innovative. This post explores how to identify what is actually innovative, what type of innovation matters, why it matters, and how to approach innovation to achieve success.