Giri Sreenivas

Giri Sreenivas

Entrepreneur

Location
Greater Seattle Area
Industry
Computer Software

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Giri Sreenivas's Overview

Current
Past
  • CEO and Founder at Mobilisafe
  • Consultant to T-Venture at T-Mobile
  • Principal Architect, Software Development Manager - Mobile Software at T-Mobile
Education
Connections

500+ connections

Giri Sreenivas' Summary

• Strong history of delivering products to market with large consumer impact (KBrowser - 50+M users, J2ME - 300+M users, Android - 5+M users)
• Balanced combination of technical abilities and big picture thinking
• User-centric approach to product design and development
• Designed and implemented several innovative solutions that have led to trade secret filings and patents

Specialties

Mobile and Embedded Systems, Security, Architecture, Distributed Systems, Peer to Peer Computing, Software Lifecycle Design

Giri Sreenivas' Experience

VP and GM, Mobile

Rapid7

October 2012Present (2 years) Greater Seattle Area

CEO and Founder

Mobilisafe

2010October 2012 (2 years) Greater Seattle Area

Consultant to T-Venture

T-Mobile

July 2010April 2011 (10 months)

Principal Architect, Software Development Manager - Mobile Software

T-Mobile

20082011 (3 years)

Sr. Software Engineer

Aplix Corporation of America

January 2007November 2008 (1 year 11 months)

Co-founder

Keetli

January 2008October 2008 (10 months)

LDP Software Engineer

Lockheed Martin

July 2003January 2007 (3 years 7 months)

Consulting Research Engineer

Panasonic

May 2006August 2006 (4 months)

Teaching Assistant

Stanford University

September 2001June 2003 (1 year 10 months)

SDE

4thPass / Motorola

June 2001January 2003 (1 year 8 months)

Giri Sreenivas' Patents

  • DYNAMIC BINDING OF SERVICE ON BEARER

    • United States Patent 20120315889
    • Issued February 8, 2012

    Methods that facilitate automatic selection of service bearers in a mobile based on user-initiated policies and service-provider-initiated policies set forth in a policy document are described herein. The mobile device initially receives a policy document from either the mobile device manufacturer or the service provider before the mobile device is provisioned on a communications network. The mobile device user and the service provider may make subsequent changes to the policy document. When a user-initiated policy change conflicts with a service-provider-initiated policy, the user-initiated policy change is disregarded in favor of the service-provider-initiated policy. The mobile device automatically selects an appropriate bearer based at least on the availability of service bearers in the current environment and the policies set forth in the policy document.

  • Controlling enterprise access by mobile devices

    • United States Patent US8832793
    • Issued September 9, 2014

    A system comprising at least one component running on at least one server and receiving vulnerability data and, for each device of a plurality of devices, device data that includes data of at least one device component. The system includes a trust score corresponding to each device of the plurality of devices and representing a level of security applied to the device. The trust score is generated using a severity of the vulnerability data. The system includes an access control component coupled to the at least one component and controlling access of the plurality of devices to an enterprise using the trust score.

Giri Sreenivas' Skills & Expertise

  1. Distributed Systems
  2. Security
  3. Computer Security
  4. Mobile Applications
  5. Software Engineering
  6. Architecture
  7. Early-stage Startups

Giri Sreenivas' Education

Carnegie Mellon University

MS, Software Engineering

Activities and Societies: CMU Smartspaces

Stanford University

BS, Computer Science

Activities and Societies: Co-Founder of Technology Assist By Students (TABS), a community outreach organization. CS107 Teaching Assistant. Computer Science Honors Program Participant

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