SEATTLE, July 12, 2018 – DomainTools, a leader in domain name and DNS-based cyber threat intelligence, today announced the addition of three exceptional professionals to newly devised leadership roles: Gail Love as vice president of people and talent, Leslie Boyd as associate general counsel, and Corin Imai as senior product marketing manager. These profoundly experienced managers will play a significant role in DomainTools global growth strategy.
“A great company starts with great people, so I’m thrilled that we continue to be able to attract outstanding leaders with the expertise, values, and tenacity we need to grow our company,” said Tim Chen, CEO of DomainTools. “With Gail, Leslie, and Corin rounding out our leadership team, we are well positioned to help more security teams around the world quickly and efficiently investigate cyber threats and protect their companies and customers.”
Gail Love joins the DomainTools executive team as vice president of people and talent and is responsible for designing and delivering global human resources and recruiting strategies. Her leadership experience in human resources and talent acquisition spans over two decades in multiple industries. Love was most recently on the Allrecipes.com executive team as the head of human resources, where she developed and drove the global HR, talent, and learning & development strategies. In her seven years there, she helped grow the company from approximately 50 employees to 450+. Prior to this, she held multiple HR leadership positions at noteworthy Pacific Northwest companies such as Microsoft, aQuantive, and Boeing.
“We are now in a vitally important period of growth, in terms of our company and the greater cybersecurity industry,” said Love. “DomainTools is at the forefront of its field and I look forward to bringing a laser focus to aligning our talent programs with our strategic business objectives. It’s an exciting time for us as we continue to attract top talent, enhance our strong culture, and set the business up for rapid growth.”
Leslie Boyd joins DomainTools as associate general counsel and oversees legal operations, which includes licensing, privacy and compliance, intellectual property issues, and general corporate matters. Prior to joining DomainTools, Leslie was part of Microsoft’s worldwide commercial licensing team, where she designed and implemented licensing strategies and programs for Microsoft Azure, infrastructure software, and hosted software solutions. Her career also includes several years with Intellectual Ventures, where she transacted patent acquisitions, divestitures, and license agreements, and she has prior experience as a commercial litigator at the Seattle law firm of Cairncross & Hempelmann. She is a longtime supporter and former board member of the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center.
Corin Imai joins DomainTools in product marketing to help guide the company and product messaging through its continued growth in the cybersecurity market. Corin began her career working on desktop virtualization, networking, and cloud computing technologies before delving into application and data security. As senior product marketing manager at Identity Finder, she designed and implemented full go-to-market strategies for its security products and she has also held roles at WhiteHat Security and Hewlett-Packard. She holds a Master’s degree in communications from University of the Pacific.
These new hires join the DomainTools team to continue the company’s pace of growth generated by global market demand for threat intelligence solutions. The company is on a hot streak after being recently recognized as one of Seattle Business Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, named fifth on the list of midsize companies. Last year, GeekWire presented DomainTools with the Bootstrapper of the Year Award, which recognizes Pacific Northwest technology businesses that have ‘pulled themselves up by their bootstraps’ to reach significant growth and profitability without accepting outside funding. Individuals passionate about winning the battle against cybercrime can view open positions here.
For additional information on DomainTools and its suite of products, visit: https://www.domaintools.com/.
DomainTools helps security analysts turn threat data into threat intelligence. We take indicators from your network, including domains and IPs, and connect them with nearly every active domain on the Internet. Those connections inform risk assessments, help profile attackers, guide online fraud investigations, and map cyber activity to attacker infrastructure. Fortune 1000 companies, global government agencies, and leading security solution vendors use the DomainTools platform as a critical ingredient in their threat investigation and mitigation work. Learn more about how to connect the dots on malicious activity at https://www.domaintools.com or follow us on Twitter: @domaintools.