Kurt Mueffelmann, Global COO & US President

As Global COO and US President of archTIS and Nucleus Cyber, Kurt Mueffelmann brings over 25 years of technology leadership to Nucleus Cyber. He brings his passion for start-ups, and proven strategies for scaling go to market efforts and achieving hyper revenue growth to the role.

Mueffelmann has overseen the growth and sale of four technology companies and earned two Deloitte Fast 500 company awards at previous companies. He has served as CEO of Cryptzone, HiSoftware (acquired by Cryptzone), Create!form International (acquired by Bottomline Technologies), and RealWord (acquired by Microsoft Great Plains). Mueffelmann was Vice President and General Manager of both the Document Output Solutions and Business Process Solutions divisions of Bottomline Technologies where he was responsible for over $40 million in profitable revenue while broadening the product lines and expanding the distribution model.

Mueffelmann has served on the advisory boards of numerous companies and professional organizations within the technology industry. He holds a BA degree in economics and political science from Fairfield University in Connecticut.

Leigh Rowland, Chief Engineer

As the Chief Engineer of archTIS and Nucleus Cyber, Leigh Rowland is responsible for driving the evolution of the company’s technology to provide secure collaboration and seamless integration into supported platforms. Under his leadership, NC Protect has expanded from its core strength of protecting documents in SharePoint on-premises, to extend the same protection to cloud collaboration and storage repositories including SharePoint Online, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, and Nutanix, as well as the protection of Exchange emails.

He began his career at Xerox and has been involved in a series of successful startups as a consultant and development leader including Cyxtera, Cryptzone (acquire by Cyxtera), and Create!form International. He helped build and on-sell the businesses through a strong focus on innovative software solutions. His involvement with Security Sheriff began back in 2011 and he has continued to be involved in the design and development of the industry leading security solution. Rowland earned Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Mathematics from University of York.

Irena Mroz, CMO

Irena Mroz is CMO of archTIS and Nucleus Cyber. She is responsible for defining the company’s branding, demand generation and public relations. An innovative strategist with impeccable attention to detail, Mroz leverages more than 20 years of B2B marketing expertise to direct the company’s marketing strategy and communications programs.

Mroz has built her successful career by empowering start-ups and public software companies to exceed growth objectives through successful demand generation programs, product positioning, high profile events and product evangelism. Most recently, Mroz was the VP of Marketing at Infocyte, a malware and threat hunting solution. She served as the SVP of Marketing for Cryptzone’s network and application security solutions, and the VP of Marketing for HiSoftware, a provider of compliance and security solutions acquired by Cryptzone. She led the integration of the two global marketing organizations, while managing development of all strategic marketing programs and communications for the joint entity. Her previous roles include senior marketing positions at Bottomline Technologies and Create!form International.

Mroz holds a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications from Boston University’s College of Communication.

Matthew Kluken, Vice President & General Manager Asia Pacific

Matt Kluken has 27 years experience in the Information and Communication Technologies Industry in Sales, Marketing, Technical and Customer Experience in Australian ICT and large multinational technology and advisory companies such as Gartner, NetApp, CA Technologies and Oracle.

As Vice President & General Manager Asia Pacific, Matt’s primary focus is building archTIS’ presence with global Defence, Intelligence, Federal and State Governments and Defence Industry companies, as well as building and growing our partner eco-system supporting these markets, both within the Asia Pacific region.

Pete Smith, Vice President & General Manager EMEA

As Vice President & General Manager EMEA of archTIS and Nucleus Cyber, Pete Smith brings over 30 years’ experience in sales and management to the role, particularly with startups and emerging IT security brands. With a record of forging strong, long-term partnerships with customers and partners, Smith has successfully delivered dynamic growth across the EMEA region in a number of different market verticals at technology companies including OCR, Netwrix, Intalio, Cable & Wireless, and SonicWall amongst others. With a keen understanding of how best to harness cutting edge technology to its full advantage, Smith advises customers on how to anticipate changes, and stay one step ahead threats.

Randy Brown, VP Sales, Americas

As Nucleus Cyber’s Vice President of Sales, Americas, Randy Brown has responsibility for the company’s sales strategy and processes to generate revenue through the company’s direct sales force and various channels of distribution in North and South America. Brown brings over 20 years of sales leadership to Nucleus Cyber, passionately partnering with customers to help them achieve their collaboration and compliance goals, and attain a positive ROI. He has deep domain expertise in Office 365 and SharePoint and enterprise collaboration tools with previous roles as a Sales Director at BA Insight, Regional Sales Director of Cyxtera and sales roles at Colligo and Oracle. Brown holds a BA in Political Science from Gettysburg College.

Bill Kalogeros, Director, US Federal and Defense

Bill Kalogeros is the Director, US Federal and Defense Industry Base for archTIS and Nucleus Cyber. He is a consummate business executive with a dynamic career combining channel, business development and sales management responsibilities within highly competitive organizations, industries, and commercial and government markets. A former US Army Ranger, Kalogeros has held senior-level positions at GE Comstor, Cisco Federal, Bay Networks and MicroAccess, Inc. In addition to his start-up experience, Kalogeros has worked closely with leading industry prime contractors, capturing large government contract opportunities. His security industry experience has allowed him to brief members of the US Senate, the Pentagon, Canada Department of National Defense and the US Transportation Security Administration around cyber-security issues and solutions. Additionally, Kalogeros has spoken at RSA, LinuxWorld and the Techno Security Conference on the topic of Platforms for Secure Military Networks.