CEO and Co-Founder,
Steven Chen is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and mentor. He is the co-founder and CEO of PFP Cybersecurity (aka Power Fingerprinting, Inc.), an IoT security platform company with patented power analytics. Steven is a board member of ThreatQuotient, a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) company. He is also a principal of Blu Venture Investors LLC and the chairman of Blu's Cybersecurity Investment Committee. Blu has 50 overall and 14 cybersecurity portfolio companies. He serves as a star mentor to the MACH37 cybersecurity accelerator and as an advisor of AlphaTec, an organization that provides mentoring and guidance to CEOs of local cybersecurity and data analytics companies. He chairs the IEEE Std 1451.5 Wireless Smart Sensor Networks Working Group and serves as a board member and treasurer of the Aslan Project, a charity for pediatric cancer patients and their families in third world countries.
He is the Founder & Former CEO of 3eTI, a secure wireless company and an Intel Capital portfolio company. While at 3eTI, Mr. Chen led the company to enhance the security of Intel Centrino, received certificate #1 of Common Criteria for Wi-Fi. Mr. Chen oversaw the favorable exit of 3eTI to EF Johnson, a $200M public company. After the sale of 3eTI to EFJ, Mr. Chen served as CTO and VP of Corporate Development. He went on to found Totus Solutions and serve as their CEO.
Mr. Chen received a MSEE degree from SUNY Buffalo and a BSEE degree from Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan.