Frank X. Dalton is a founder of Fulcrum Equity Partners, a growth equity fund with over $350 million under management, based in Atlanta, Georgia. He was formerly a General Partner with Cordova Ventures and the managing director of Cordova Intellimedia Ventures, L.P., a $41 million early-stage/seed fund launched in 2000. He is currently a board member of PhishLabs, Mfg.com, Preparis, and Path-Tec. Mr. Dalton has over 23 years of experience in private investing; being involved directly and indirectly in over 125 investments.
In connection with his portfolio duties, Mr. Dalton is the former CEO of Market Velocity, Inc., a service provider of promotion driven trade-in programs for the disposition of used IT assets and consumer electronics, sold to Mediagrif (MDF.TO). He is also the former Chairman and CEO of Axonn, LLC, a provider of satellite tracking products and services based in Covington, LA, sold to Globalstar (GSAT). Additionally, he has held management positions as a chief financial officer of Caetec Systems, a venture-backed computer-aided design software company and as director of operations of Microsouth, a national computer distributor of graphics products.
Mr. Dalton started his career with Ernst & Ernst in Atlanta in 1978 and has a B.S. in Accounting from the University of South Carolina. He was also an audit partner with BDO’s Atlanta office in charge of its Emerging Business Group, specializing and working with growth companies, both public and private, with heavy emphasis in the technology sector.
John LaCour is the Founder and CEO of PhishLabs. Prior to founding PhishLabs, Mr. LaCour was the Director of AntiPhishing Solutions at MarkMonitor. He has also led security threat research and product development for companies like CheckPoint, RedSeal Networks, and NetScreen Technologies. He studied computer science and economics at Louisiana State University and Northwestern University.
Mr. LaCour is an active contributor in the security community, having spoken on several cybercrime topics including phishing and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS). He has presented for the Digital Crimes Consortium, Anti-Phishing Working Group, Underground Economy, FS-ISAC and Internet Security Operations and Intelligence conferences. Additionally, Mr. LaCour has been quoted by multiple media publications including the New York Times, Krebs on Security, and BankInfoSecurity.com.
Tony Prince is a successful entrepreneur with deep expertise in growing and running cyber security organizations. He has more than 20 years of experience operating business service and IT security companies, including managing companies from formation and growth to sale.
Mr. Prince is currently Chairman of InteliSecure’s Board of Directors. Since 2007, Mr. Prince has served as an Operating Partner with Frontier Capital. He is the former CEO of Healthx and continues to serve on the company’s Board of Directors. Prior, Mr. Prince invested in and served as CEO of M3 Technology Group where he guided the company to a successful exit. Founder of LURHQ in 1996, he led the organization as CEO through its growth and merger with SecureWorks which was eventually acquired by Dell.