Privacy and Security for a Post-Quantum World
7Tunnels has dedicated its efforts and resources to solving the most critical element of the worldwide cybersecurity crisis. Embedded properly, 7Tunnels technologies can provide the most secure encryption solution available for business, finance, government, or personal applications requiring absolute security.
Our board, executives and key personnel share ownership in 7Tunnels along with our investors. As individuals and collectively as a company, we strive for quality, performance and dedication in the pursuit of true data security, confidentiality and market confidence.
David WienerCo-Founder - Entrepreneur - Electronics, Software, Aviation, Automotive
David is an internationally recognized serial entrepreneur, successfully applying his background in design, engineering, manufacturing and business to create innovations and subsequent M&A deals for each project he tackles. David has built successful companies in industries ranging from electronics and automotive to software and sport. He has created iconic technologies and programs for Ferrari, Aphex, Porsche, the U.S. Ski Team, Columbia, Ben & Jerry’s and Nike, injecting engineering advances and user-centric features to advance the best-of-class approach that defines DWV’s approach to constant innovation. David was the subject of the PBS documentary, “Human Power,” and his technologies, products and patents have been sold around the world.
Co-Founder - Entrepreneur - Electronics, Software, Aviation, Automotive
Mike HammonCo-Founder - Former Aerospace and Fintech Software Engineer
Mike worked for defense contractors and financial organizations on communications, DOD (communications and Crypto Center), telemetry and tracking system development. Mike’s innovations include: aerospace engineering for the U.S. Army and Air Force, ICBM and ABM projects, Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Tomahawk cruise missile systems. Mike was lead engineer on the first satellite ground systems and comms upgrades for the Kwajalein Missile Range (U.S. Army) and was Pacific Defense Communications Manager (U.S. Army) during the Vietnam conflict. He developed an automated pseudo-arbitrage trading algorithm for the financial industry and the real-time Huffman decoder. Mike was also Assistant Director of Software Quality Assurance for Ernst & Young LLP.
Co-Founder - Former Aerospace and Fintech Software Engineer
John AverillCyber Risk Management and Aviation Risk Management for Aerospace Industry
A three-decade veteran of the aviation insurance business, John has deep knowledge and experience related to both private and corporate aerospace, as well as defense and environmental contracting. He has experience working for leaders including AIG, Gulf Insurance Group (a division of Citigroup), Aon Aviation and IOA. He has a thorough knowledge of aircraft operations and has designed risk management and analysis programs for all sectors of the aerospace industry. He is a former Vice Chairman of the NBAA Insurance Committee and is a frequent guest speaker at both NBAA and Risk and Insurance Management Society meetings.
Cyber Risk Management and Aviation Risk Management for Aerospace Industry
Frank "Fuzzy” FurrColonel, USAF (ret.) - Former L3 Communications-VP of Programs
Frank is a former U.S. Air Force Officer with over 40 years of experience in management and operations in Air Force and civilian defense companies. As a former Vice President of Programs at L-3 Communication Systems West, he directed various secure communication programs providing real-time, actionable intelligence to war fighters, national command authorities, and intelligence agencies. In the military, Frank served in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency, J-3 of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Joint Strategic Target Planning Staff (JSTPS), and various command, leadership, and operational flying positions worldwide. A USAF Command Pilot, Frank has flown U-2, OV-10, F-102, T-33, T-37 and T-38 aircraft and has flown more than 1,300 combat hours.
Frank "Fuzzy” Furr
Colonel, USAF (ret.) - Former L3 Communications-VP of Programs
Chuck HouseFormer Corporate Engineering Director - Hewlett Packard
Chuck spent 30 years in engineering research and development with the Hewlett-Packard company, including five years as the Corporate Engineering Director. He holds multiple patents, is the author of numerous articles and books, and is the recipient of technical acknowledgments and awards including: Engineer of the year, 1977; Computer Design Hall of Fame, 1982; Top fifty electronics inventions of the 20th century, 2001; Top 25 inventions for CNN’s first 25 years, 2002; IEEE Fellow, 1990; ACM Fellow, 2007. These roles developed Chuck’s engineering skills and perspective, which are helpful for 7Tunnels development efforts. Chuck chaired the ALPA investigations into airline pilot security after 9/11; served the Reagan administration on computer export rules for security; and today is an advisor to Zentera, a cloud security company.
Former Corporate Engineering Director - Hewlett Packard
Landel HobbsFormer COO & CFO - Time Warner
With 24 years of successful experience in the broader media and telecommunications sector, including consulting, financial, strategic and operational leadership roles, Landel brings vast knowledge of a market critical to 7Tunnels. As the former CFO and COO of Time-Warner and SVP at Turner Broadcasting, Landel’s business expertise and contacts reinforce the efforts of the 7Tunnels Advisory Board. Landel’s current activities in the investment world also provide important experience to support 7Tunnels’ growing business and new technology developments.
Former COO & CFO - Time Warner
Ken CampbellCommander, Navy Special Operations (ret.) - SPADAC, Scientist-Lawrence Livermore
Ken had a 25-year career with the U.S. Navy as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer retiring in 2000. Ken’s private sector experience includes 11 years in executive level engagements with DigitalGlobe, GeoEye, and Spatial Data Analytics in a highly competitive defense market. Currently is currently Director for Strategic Growth and Technology (DoD) for MAXAR Global Field Operations.Previously, Ken served as a Senior Executive with the Department of the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (G2). A member of the Intelligence Community Senior Leadership Corps, Ken also served as Deputy Director, Intelligence, Multi-National Forces, Iraq, and senior intelligence officer - Department of Homeland Security, and Supervisory Intelligence Officer with DIA.
Commander, Navy Special Operations (ret.) - SPADAC, Scientist-Lawrence Livermore
Tom FaustColonel, US Army MI (ret.) - Army Military Intelligence Hall of Fame, USG DISES (ret.)
Tom has over 40 years of combined Army and Government Civilian service. A retired Army Military Intelligence colonel with extensive conventional and special operations intelligence experience, he also served in multiple Senior Executive Service positions with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Defense Counterintelligence Field Activity, and Headquarters Department of the Army, where he served for six years as principal deputy to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (G2). In this capacity, Tom was responsible for overseeing Army intelligence planning, programming and budgeting; intelligence operations; intelligence studies, architectures, and Army civilian intelligence personnel programs. He was awarded the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal in 2013 and was inducted into the Army Military Intelligence Corps Hall of Fame in 2015.
Colonel, US Army MI (ret.) - Army Military Intelligence Hall of Fame, USG DISES (ret.)
David OliveFormer DHS Advisor, Lobbyist, Founder & Principal-Catalyst Partners
David has 30+ years of experience in business, politics, law and public affairs. He was former chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Asa Hutchinson and a former staffer for U.S. Senator Jim Allen. Upon leaving Capitol Hill, David oversaw the aviation, antitrust, telecommunications, and information technology practice group as SVP of the public affairs firm, Powell Tate. In 1999, he left Powell Tate to develop a government relations practice built around helping businesses interact with federal and state governments. In 2005, The Hill named David one of the top Homeland Security lobbyists in Washington, D.C. He established and currently serves as the moderator of The Washington Homeland Security Roundtable and is a frequent contributor to Security Debrief, a homeland security blog.