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Lou Steinberg is the founder of CTM Insights, an early stage technology studio & incubator, focused on finding new approaches to structural problems in Cyber Security. Prior to CTM Insights, Steinberg served for 6 years as Chief Technology Officer of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation where he was responsible for technology innovation, platform architecture, engineering, operations, risk management, and cyber security.
Prior to joining TD Ameritrade, Steinberg was the founder and CEO of Rev2, a Risk Management software company that focuses on operating risk. Previously, he was the interim CEO of Cranite Systems, which delivered highly secure, layer 2 VPNs. Steinberg also spent several years as CTO of Symbol Technologies (now Motorola), driving a company-wide solutions strategy while also serving as the General Manager of its Software Division.
Steinberg previously served as an entrepreneur-in-residence at Warburg Pincus and as a strategy advisor to senior management at companies including Comcast, Citigroup and Fidelity. He was the SVP of Marketing and Market Development at Micromuse (now IBM), a network management and analytics company. He joined Micromuse through the acquisition of NetOps Corp, an analysis and fault-prediction company that he founded and led as CEO. He spent over a decade at IBM in various technical and management roles, notably contributing to router development for the NSFNet, a second-generation Internet backbone. He has served on various IETF Working Groups related to network management, including SNMP-1, MIB-1, Ethernet MIB, RMON-1 and Alert Management.
Steinberg is the author of Troubleshooting with SNMP and Understanding MIBs (McGraw-Hill, 2000), as well as numerous articles on technology and infrastructure. He holds a bachelor's degree in engineering and a master's degree in computer science, both from the Stevens Institute of Technology and is an active member of both the Board of the Stevens Venture Center and the Board of Advisors to the School of Systems Engineering. He has served on numerous private company boards.