• We believe privacy is an inalienable right; we also believe that not enough is being done to protect MainStreet USA at a level we believe it deserves.

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    • @RISK is a Network Consensus company that provides global organizations with “Left of Bang” Cyber Situational Awareness measured through a Balanced ScoreCard. Risk, exposure and probability of Cyber-attacks are calculated using Big Data Machine Learning built on an IBM Cognitive computing platform. @RISK is an assembly of world class professionals who quietly do what seems to be the impossible daily. Each one of them is contributing to a new field called cognitive computing, fusing the art of their experience with technology, to mimic the way a computer hacker thinks and defend your Privacy.

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Mike Lohner Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member

3 Main concepts you should take away from this release:

Global Leadership
@RISK understands Cyber from a Strategic, Operational and Tactical view with leaders who have worked at all echelons of business and government

Sales Funnel Growth
@RISK leadership understands business growth and creating revenue rapidly

Experience in Growth
@RISK has a team of qualified leaders that understand "what right looks" like in early stage companies

DALLAS, TX - 7 March 2017 - 

@RISK Technologies, Inc., a Cyber Network Consensus SaaS company, today announced Mike Lohnner joined as a Board Member. For 25 years since graduating from Stanford Business School, Mike Lohner has been an entrepreneur who has led start-up companies and turn-arounds.
He served as Chief Executive Officer of Stella & Dot (he continues to be an active Chairman), Home Interiors & Gifts (achieved $1 billion in retail sales), and Eagle Golf (a leading golf course management and development firm) before becoming an investor and advisor. Mike was a key investor in and advised ProPay, a Fin Tech company that experienced a 9-figure exit; TapCast, a mobile-enabled shopping network, as well as several other successful start-ups.

Mike Lohner provides the board with a unique understanding sales growth – his leadership in navigating through start up challenges provides the company with a unique access to a growth coach.
In addition to Stella & Dot, Mike has been an investor and advisor in numerous other successful early-stage operating businesses, primarily with either Technology or Social Selling focus, and has led or advised companies who have experienced successful 9-figure exits selling to either strategic and financial buyers. 
Before becoming an investor and advisor, Mike spent 17 years working primarily as a CEO.  He directed a turnaround at Home Interiors and Gifts, Inc. a private equity-owned home décor direct sales company operating in the US, Canada, and Mexico.  During his 6-years there, he successfully reversed sales declines and then grew retail revenues from $600 million to over $1 billion.    Mike’s first CEO role was also a great success at Evergreen Alliance Golf Limited (EAGL).   He took the CEO role at this fledgling and unprofitable golf course management business in 1992; and under his direction, EAGL grew from 6 to over 50 golf courses in 13 states.  Investors earned more than 150% compound annual returns when the company was sold in 1998.
Mike’s early career included time as a consultant at Bain & Company, one of the world’s premier management consulting firms, and a Marketing Representative at Trammell Crow Company, where he was recognized as the top leasing agent in the Dallas/Fort Worth market.  He earned his M.B.A from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Miller scholar.  He received his B.A degree in economics from Brigham Young University, where he maintained a 4.0 G.P.A. and also played on the varsity golf team.
Mike Lohner Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member Mike Lohner Joins @RISK Technologies as Board Member

Leadership Focus 

“It’s been said that leadership is making important but unpopular decisions. That’s certainly a partial truth, but I think it underscores the importance of focus. To be a good leader, you cannot major in minor things, and you must be less distracted than your competition. To get the few critical things done, you must develop incredible selective ignorance. Otherwise, the trivial will drown you.”

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