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Interos is the Supply Chain Risk Intelligence Company.

Interos delivers advanced lifecycle supply chain risk management to mitigate hidden threats and power you ahead in any environment.

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About Interos

Interos is the AI-first supply chain risk intelligence company – building the most trusted and transparent supply chain in the world. Our pioneering platform spans the lifecycle of supply chain risk, enabling faster and more informed threat mitigation.

Fueled by the world’s largest business relationship graph, we continuously map and monitor 400+ million suppliers and 18 billion relationships at speed and scale to protect organizations from regulatory fines, unethical labor, cyber-attacks and other critical vulnerabilities. Interos is privileged to serve a variety of commercial, government, and public sector customers around the world, including a host of Global Fortune 500 companies and from within the members of the Five Eyes nations.


Company Leadership

Jennifer Bisceglie
Founder & Executive Vice Chair
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Founder & Executive Vice Chair Jennifer Bisceglie focuses on Interos’ strategy and vision for continued innovation and leadership in the supply chain risk management space, including the expansion of  strategic public and private sector partnerships. A highly sought-after global supply chain architect and strategist with over 25 years of industry experience, Jennifer regularly appears in Bloomberg, Financial Times, Washington Post, and other top-tier media outlets. Jennifer has also been called on to share her expertise with numerous congressional committees and conferences, including the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, the Homeland Security Governmental Affairs Committee, and the U.S.– China Economic Security Review Commission.

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Ted Krantz

Ted Krantz has more than 20 years of CEO and executive leadership experience scaling success in artificial intelligence market leaders and ERP organizations. He brings deep sector expertise, including a history of strong operational rigor and a demonstrated track record of driving impressive growth at various stages of multiple SaaS AI companies. Prior to joining Interos, Krantz served as CEO at mobile intelligence platform data.ai, where he helped drive significant recurring revenue growth and the use of artificial intelligence technology across nearly all the company’s product lines. Additionally, Ted has held top go-to-market and sales roles at organizations including Skai, C3.ai, SAP America and Oracle.

Evangelos Antypas
Chief Operating Officer

Chief Operating Officer Evangelos Antypas leads Interos’ end-to-end commercial and business operations, while executing strategies to unlock new growth opportunities across supply chain visibility and operational resilience landscape. 

Evangelos is a skilled technology strategist and global business leader with 25+ years of experience in multiple senior leadership roles spanning corporate strategy, sales and marketing, finance, P&L management, and operations and informational technology. Prior to joining Interos, he was the Group President at Fullsteam, a VC-backed payments technology company overseeing 15 portfolio companies. He has also held executive roles at software companies AsTech and Solera Holdings, Gibson Brands, and Phillip Morris International.

Darryl Hobbs
Chief Legal Officer

As Chief Legal Officer, Darryl Hobbs is responsible for the oversight and leadership of the Interos legal strategy. Darryl has more than 25 years of experience advising leading technology companies on commercial and strategic transactions, corporate governance, intellectual property, privacy, mergers and acquisitions, compliance, and risk management.

Prior to joining Interos, Darryl served in numerous senior leadership roles during his 19 years at Microsoft, including as Assistant General Counsel in Microsoft’s Corporate, External & Legal Affairs organization. Before Microsoft, Darryl led a business development team for AOL-Time Warner, served as in-house counsel for IBM, and practiced commercial law at a large international law firm.

Darryl’s commitment and advocacy for diversity in the legal profession is evidenced by his passion for building the next generation of leaders. He currently serves on the board of Thinking Huts, a non-profit with an ambitious mission is to increase global access to education infrastructure by building 3D-printed schools where they are needed most.

Darryl earned his B.A. in finance from James Madison University and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.

Adeel Najmi
Chief Product & Technology Officer

A recognized global leader in supply chain management, Adeel brings 30+ years of unmatched expertise and experience including successfully launching 14 product, and leading teams that developed and introduced innovative solutions for supply chain planning, inventory management, sales & operations planning, consumer packaged goods (CPG) revenue growth management & supply chain resilience and risk management.

Prior to joining Interos, Adeel was responsible for building advanced enterprise solutions as CPO at SourceDay and LevaData. He also served as SVP Products at One Network Enterprises, and as CSO (Chief Science Officer) at BlueYonder formerly (JDA Software and i2 Technologies). During his career, he successfully led digital transformations at numerous Fortune 500 companies across the globe.

A visionary and prolific innovator, having created several breakthrough supply chain solutions and securing over a dozen patents, Adeel has been named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s “Pros to Know” list multiple times.

Adeel received his Doctorate degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of California at Berkeley. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas, Dallas. Adeel serves his community by actively supporting organizations that help victims of domestic violence.

Jason Parikh
Chief Financial Officer

Jason has over three decades of experience in finance, strategy, and operation management. A seasoned leader, he has extensive SaaS startup expertise and has held multiple CFO and senior-level finance leadership positions at start-ups, high-growth and public companies.

With a proven track record of success, Jason has worked in multiple fast-growing VC-backed companies spanning cybersecurity, analytics, fintech, sales intelligence, ecommerce, and other sectors. A trusted strategic advisor, Jason has been directly involved in equity offerings, debt financings, successful IPOs, and multiple M&A transactions.

Jason has also served as a Board Member for Financial Executives International.

Miriam Wardak
Chief People Officer

Miriam Wardak joined Interos in February of 2020 to establish the company’s talent framework for a sustainable scale-up.

Wardak is a talent and culture focused executive with experience in leading Human Resources teams in public and private sectors to deliver results, optimize organizational performance and maximize engagement. Wardak joins Interos as a proven leader in building start-ups, enabling growth within pre-IPO, post-IPO and Fortune 500 companies. Most recently Wardak was leading the People’s Operation function at Repairify Inc. d.b.a. asTech, a hyper-growth company located in Plano, Texas. Prior to this, at Project HOPE, a global health development organization, Wardak was responsible for Finance, IT, Human Resources and Facilities operations. Prior leadership roles included the head of HR role at ICF International, a Washington DC-based government consulting organization with over $500M in annual revenue and as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at i2 Technologies, a global supply chain software company in Dallas, Texas with over 6,000 employee in 30+ countries.

Miriam is focused on community support and is currently engaged as Member Advisory Counsel at People to People Health Foundation, an non-profit in India focused on public health.

Miriam was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, grew up in Germany, and has been living in the United States since 1990. She is fluent in German and Farsi and conversational in Italian and French. Miriam holds a B.A. from George Mason University and an M.B.A. from the University of Dallas.

Nick Beim
Partner, Venrock

Nick Beim is a partner at Venrock and focuses primarily on artificial intelligence, software, fintech and defense. His investments include Dataminr, Rebellion Defense, Percipient.ai, Chisel.ai, Altruist, Quiq and JBoss. Nick has deep interests in public policy and in particular how technology is changing the nature of national security. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations and recently participated on a Task Force there on Innovation and National Security: Keeping Our Edge, examining how the U.S. can maintain its lead in science and technology innovation and the national security and economic consequences of failing to do so. Nick serves on the Executive Advisory Committee at the Center on Global Energy Policy and on the board of Endeavor, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting high-impact entrepreneurs globally that Tom Friedman has called “the best anti-poverty program of all.”

Dave DeWalt
Founder and Managing Director NightDragon

Dave DeWalt is Founder and Managing Director of NightDragon, an investment and advisory firm focused on growth and late-stage companies within the cybersecurity, safety, security and privacy industries. He is a veteran CEO, advisor, and investor who has led companies, from startups to the Fortune 500, on a transformational journey of success. Focused on technology and cybersecurity, Dave helped create more than $20 billion of shareholder value during his 15-plus years as President and CEO of Documentum, McAfee and FireEye. That includes driving the most successful cybersecurity IPO ever in 2013, and leading the largest all-cash deal in technology history in 2010. Today he also serves as Managing Director of Allegis Cyber, Executive Chairman of M&A advisory firm Momentum Cyber as well as investor and board member in the world’s most innovative companies such as Delta Airlines, Five9, iboss, Claroty, Team8, DataTribe, Illusive Networks and Optiv.

Ted Schlein
General Partner, Kleiner Perkins

Ted Schlein joined Kleiner Perkins in 1996 and focuses on investing in early-stage technology companies in cybersecurity. Investments have included ArcSight, Carbon Black, CoreOS, and Mandiant, and more recently Area1, IronNet, Shape Security, Synack and Trusona. Before joining Kleiner Perkins, Ted served as vice president, Enterprise Solutions at Symantec. He has previously served as chairman of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA), a national alliance advocating the role of venture investing in job creation, technology innovation, and economic development. He is also the former president of the Western Association of Venture Capitalists and the founder of DoD-sponsored DeVenCI program. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania and the Board of Overseers of the Engineering School at the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, Ted serves on the Board of Trustees at InQTel. Ted holds a B.A. degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Phil Venables
CISO and Vice President of Google Cloud

Phil Venables is the Chief Information Security Officer and Vice President of Google Cloud. Prior to joining Google Cloud, he was a Partner at Goldman Sachs where he held multiple roles over a long career, initially as their first Chief Information Security Officer, a role he held for 17 years. In subsequent roles he was Chief Risk Officer for the firm’s operational risks, an Operating Partner in their private equity business and a Senior Advisor to the firm’s clients and executive leadership on cybersecurity, technology risk, digital business risk, and operational resilience. In addition to this, Venables was a Board Director of Goldman Sachs Bank (USA). He also serves on the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board of NIST and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.


Robert Brese
Vice President, Gartner

Bob Brese is a VP and Executive Partner at Gartner, Inc., the world’s largest research and advisory firm where he advises and coaches CIOs and other C-Suite executives on business and technology strategies for mission and business success.

Bob is formerly the CIO of the U.S. Department of Energy, whose national laboratory and production facility missions range from open science to nuclear security. During his tenure as CIO, he led DOE to become the first Federal agency to fully convert from compliance to a mission-focused risk management approach to cybersecurity. He also led the stand-up of DOE’s supply chain risk management program to address the risk associated with growing dependence on external suppliers to the nuclear security mission. Bob also served as a DOE executive in a number of other technology and national security leadership roles. Prior to DOE, he was a career nuclear submarine officer in the U.S. Navy.

“Interos provides organizations with a unique capability to get ahead and stay ahead of the risk posed by third-party (and beyond) relationships, while shedding the labor-intensive process of manual assessments and questionnaires.”

Mary Cheney
Managing Partner, New Troy Strategies

A veteran corporate and political advisor, Ms. Cheney has over 25 years of political and corporate experience with a strong track record of developing creative and innovative solutions for a wide range of clients and issues.

Ms. Cheney began her career in Colorado working for the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club and Coors Brewing Company. During this time, she held multiple communications and public relations positions, managing a wide range of issue areas, including: alcohol issues, environmental concerns and diversity. While at Coors, she developed and implemented a program to effectively end a multi-year, national boycott of Coors products by the gay and lesbian community.

Ms. Cheney left Coors in 2000 and joined the Bush-Cheney presidential campaign as a special assistant to the Vice Presidential nominee. During the 2004 re-election, she served as the Director of Vice Presidential Operations, overseeing all messaging, events planning, budget, staffing and scheduling for the Vice President’s campaign operation.

After the 2004 election, Ms. Cheney returned to Corporate America. She served as Chief of Staff to AOL’s Vice Chairman where she directed various projects, including developing communications plans for senior management, creating marketing plans for various AOL portals, and working with AOL’s privacy taskforce. Her work with the taskforce led her to become AOL’s Vice President of Standards and Practices, where she directed the team responsible for managing issues such as internet privacy, child safety and the use of behavioral targeting in advertising.

Ms. Cheney left AOL in 2007 and joined Navigators Global where she led the firm’s strategic communications team. During her time at Navigators, the firm ran successful communications and grassroots campaigns for clients regarding telecommunications, energy and financial services issues. She also played a key role in the firm’s international expansion.

In 2010, Ms. Cheney helped found BKM Strategies, a strategic communications firm dedicated to utilizing the latest technologies and tactics to effectively solve their client’s political and communications problems. In just its first few years, BKM Strategies created and managed innovative grassroots campaigns across a wide range of industries, including: agriculture, energy, and telecommunications. In addition, the firm managed several successful programs focused on increasing voter registration and voter turnout.

As part of a new partnership in 2015, BKM Strategies joined with Norway Hill Associates to form New Troy Strategies, a Washington DC based strategic communications and grassroots firm. Ms. Cheney currently serves as the group’s managing partner.

Ms. Cheney received her Bachelor of Arts in History from Colorado College and a Master of Business Administration from the Daniels Business School at the University of Denver. She is currently a member of the advisory board at Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Policy.

Edna Conway
VP, Security & Risk Officer, Azure Hardware Systems & Infrastructure

Ms. Conway is currently the Vice President, Security, Risk & Compliance for Microsoft’s Cloud Infrastructure. An innovative executive who forecasts the future of business and creates clear strategies to deliver new and secure operating models for a digital economy, Ms. Conway is known as a sought-after industry influencer, bringing a rich perspective forged from over 30 years of broad and deep leadership success creating new organizations and delivering cyber security, compliance, risk management, sustainability and value chain transformation across a $143B technology company.

General (Ret) Sir Chris Deverell
Executive Chair Deverell Innovation Ventures. Formerly Commander UK Joint Forces.

Sir Chris Deverell founded Deverell Innovation Ventures to help complex organisations to innovate, after a first career in the British Army. He has a portfolio of advisory and non executive roles in Venture Capital (NightDragon Security), Academia (Council of Oxford University), and a range of Artificial Intelligence businesses. He is also a Mentor in the Creative Destruction Lab at the Saïd Business School in Oxford, an Executive Coach, and a Leadership and Strategy Consultant.   

Chris began his military career with the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, stationed on the Inner German Border during the Cold War between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Chris spent the first half of his Army service at regimental duty in Northern Ireland, Cyprus, Belize, and Germany, interspersed with staff appointments in the Head Office of the Ministry of Defence and education at Staff College and the Royal Military College of Science. This period included serving as a Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Defence.

From 2002 to 2007, Chris served in operational roles in the Permanent Joint Headquarters, in HQ US Central Command in Florida and Qatar, and in command of 4 Armoured Brigade, initially in Iraq and then in Germany. From 2007 to 2016, Chris was employed in a range of capability development and acquisition appointments. In 2011, he joined the Board of Defence Equipment and Support, initially as Strategy Director, and then, on promotion to Lieutenant General in 2013, as Chief of Materiel (Land). In parallel, he served on the Army Board as the Quartermaster General. Promoted General in 2016, Chris became one of the UK Chiefs of Staff, as Commander Joint Forces Command, with responsibility for Special Forces, Intelligence, Cyber, Defence use of Space, Information Systems and Services, Operational Command and Control, Logistic Operations, Education, Medical Services, and the UK’s joint Operating Bases across the globe.  He retired from the British Army in 2019. 

 Chris was awarded Member of the Order of the British Empire in 1990 and appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath in 2015. He has a Diploma from the International Olympic Committee for services to Winter Sports (Bobsleigh and Skeleton) and a Masters in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University.  

Jeffrey Dodson
CSO, BAE Systems

Jeffrey C. (“J.C.”) Dodson is Chief Security Officer ( C S O ) for BAE Systems Inc. He is responsible for corporate security strategy, operations and assurance. His risk management portfolio includes all elements of industrial, international and cyber security for U.S. and overseas operations.

Prior to his CSO appointment in 2020, Dodson was BAE’s Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He has served in a variety of executive positions with program management, strategy, business development and security. He joined BAE Systems in 2002 following a 22-year career with the U.S. Air Force that included flying operations, weapons system acquisition management, and command assignments.

Dodson currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Defense- Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ND-ISAC). He is a member of the Department of Homeland Security’s Defense Industrial Base Sector Coordinating Council and is an industry contributor/advisor to numerous U.S. Government national security policy studies and initiatives

Tom Foody
CEO, Menlo Business Advisors

Tom is CEO of Menlo Business Advisers which advises venture capital investors and their portfolio companies. He has over 30 years of experience working with entrepreneurial companies across stage and domain in both executive management roles and Board roles. Tom works closely with management teams and their Boards to maximize enterprise value on the path to liquidity.

Dr. Richard Haass
President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations and former Director of Policy Planning for the US State Department

Dr. Richard Haass is a veteran diplomat, a prominent voice on American foreign policy, and an established leader of nonprofit institutions. He is president emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, publisher, and educational institution dedicated to being a resource to help people better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. He previously served as CFR’s president for 20 years.

In 2013, he served as the chair of the multiparty negotiations in Northern Ireland that provided the foundation for the 2014 Stormont House Agreement. For his efforts to promote peace and conflict resolution, he received the 2013 Tipperary International Peace Award.

A Rhodes Scholar, Dr. Haass holds a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College and a master’s and doctorate of philosophy degrees from Oxford University. He has also received numerous honorary degrees and was a member of the faculty of Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and Hamilton College.

Josh Kennedy-White
Managing Director, Arqit & Senior Advisor, Interos, Inc.

Josh Kennedy-White is a prominent risk management, cybersecurity, and technology expert with over 25 years of experience. As a senior advisor for Interos, Inc., he offers strategic counsel on supply chain security and resilience for major global organizations. Josh also holds the position of Managing Director for Arqit, responsible for the company’s security business across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Previously, he managed Accenture’s intelligence and national security practice, as well as their security practice in multiple regions during a period of significant growth.

A regular speaker and media commentator, Josh remains engaged with the security ecosystem through DivisionX Global, his venture catalyst firm. He holds directorships in the UK, Saudi Arabia, and Australia and serves as a Principal Adviser to Nominet Cyber, a UK not-for-profit providing cybersecurity services to the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre and Australia’s Cyber Security Centre.

Kiersten E. Todt
CEO and Managing Partner, Liberty Group Ventures, LLC

A highly respected cybersecurity and homeland security expert, Todt most recently served as Chief of Staff at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security (CISA), where she was responsible for strategic planning, resource allocation, and development of long-range objectives to support the agency’s goals of securing the nation’s cyber and physical infrastructure and driving down risk.

Her involvement in developing NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework and as Executive Director of President Obama’s Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity highlight her commitment to advancing cybersecurity practices and shoring up digital supply chains. Following her work on the Commission, she co-founded, with Commission leadership, the Cyber Readiness Institute, which specifically focused on cyber tools for small businesses to improve the security of global supply chains.

David Warrick
EVP of Enterprise, Overhaul

David Warrick is an accomplished supply chain and technology expert, currently serving as the Executive Vice President of the Enterprise Division at Overhaul. In this role, he oversees the growth and operational efficiency of the company’s Enterprise line, providing solutions to shippers and logistics service providers worldwide. Drawing from his experience running complex supply chains and guiding companies through digital transformation, David is also responsible for developing new business strategies for Overhaul’s Enterprise division.

Before joining Overhaul, David spent 23 years at Microsoft, where he most recently held the position of General Manager Global Supply Chain and Supply Chain Technology Officer. During his tenure, he played key roles in the release of every product since Windows 2000, including the first Xbox gaming systems and the latest Surface laptops. Prior to Microsoft, he worked with Andersen Consulting and as a Project Engineer in the construction of the Hong Kong Airport.

David is also a member of the Visibility Council, which promotes insight and innovation sharing among senior supply chain leaders, helping to shape the next generation of Supply Chain thinking.

Renee Wynn
Formerly the CIO of NASA and Acting Assistant Administrator for the EPA’s Office of Environmental Information

Renee P. Wynn retired April 30th, 2020 as the NASA Chief Information Officer after 30-years of federal service. She started her consulting business, RP Wynn Consulting, LLC, to continue to serve the federal government in a new capacity.

As the NASA CIO, Ms. Wynn collaborated with the complex NASA mission programs to improve NASA’s global cybersecurity posture and transform IT management. Ms. Wynn oversaw an IT Portfolio of more than $2B and provided global IT services to more than 65,000 customers, including operations in Russia to support launches to the International Space Station. Ms. Wynn led the effort to overhaul NASA’s cybersecurity posture and went from “high risk” to “managing risk” in 4 years, this includes space operation and communication systems. Ms. Wynn joined NASA in July 2015 as Deputy Chief Information Officer and became the Chief Information Officer in September 2015.

Ms. Wynn came to NASA from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) where she had served as the Acting CIO and Assistant Administrator for the Office of Environmental Information since July 2013. At EPA, Ms. Wynn had served as the Deputy CIO and Deputy Assistant Administrator for the Office of Environmental Information from April 2011 to July 2013. Ms. Wynn spent 25 years with EPA before joining NASA.

Ms. Wynn was selected as a 2020 National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) Fellow. Fellows serve for two years to support NAPA’s efforts to address current and emerging issues to the government.

She was selected to be a SAGE for the Partnership for Public Service. The Partnership for Public Service leads proactive efforts to make the federal government more effective by convening diverse stakeholder groups from private and public sector to solve critical management challenges.

Ms. Wynn is a member of the board for The Women’s Center. The Women’s Center is a non-profit organization founded in 1974. The Women’s Center provides services to significantly improve the mental health and well-being of all members of the community through counseling, education, support and advocacy.

Ms. Wynn is a member of the Public Service Advisory Board for Palo Alto Networks and Dell Federal Advisory Board.

Ms. Wynn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from DePauw University, Indiana and has won number of awards for her service.


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  • Uncover Financial Weaknesses and Indicators of Future Shocks
  • Ensure Compliance with Trade Restrictions and Sanctions Lists
  • Stop Disruption from Hurricanes, Floods, Wildfires, Infrastructure Failure, and Other Catastrophes
  • Meet Internal ESG Policies and Expanding Regulatory Requirements
  • Protect Data Integrity, System Availability, and Cyber Regulatory Compliance
  • Assess Over-Reliance on Specific Suppliers or Regional Concentrations
  • Manage Geopolitical Turmoil, Political Shocks, Protests, and Shifting Alliances