Cary is driven by a strong appetite for jumping into underdeveloped markets and building businesses that create new technologies, especially in the cybersecurity realm. An engineer by training and a serial entrepreneur, he also specializes in team building and business development for technology start-ups and large organizations.
Since 2015, Cary has served as President and CEO of a stealth-mode predictive analytics venture based on the D4M technology invented at MIT that focuses on AI solutions to complex Big Data problems in multi-spectral information networks.
Cary started his career as a systems engineer with Hughes Aircraft Company, then moved on to research engineer in national security systems at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory and subsequently launched a technology start-up focused on security solutions for large financial services organizations. After his company’s successful acquisition by a large technology partnership, he led a turnaround of a global provider of managed security services.
In his current venture, Cary leads business development, venture investments, and investor relations. Cary holds a BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Valparaiso University. He writes frequently about cybersecurity issues and authors a blog advising C-level executives on how to safely secure their information assets.