Tony Alagna is an early pioneer of disruptive cybersecurity technologies, having built platforms for anti-phishing and anti-malware that have been heavily utilized around the world. In the year 2000, Tony founded WholeSecurity in his early twenties, raising over $18.5M of venture capital into the company, captured the endpoint security market and eventually sold the company to Symantec when he was 27 years old. WholeSecurity was named one of Fortune’s Top 25 Breakout Companies and was featured often in Forbes Magazine. Following Wholesecurity, Tony continued to innovate while raising an additional $35M to develop and support various business and philanthropic initiatives. Tony holds a BS in MIS from the University of Texas.