Observable Announces Two New Executive Hires - Management Team Brings on New Heads of Sales and Marketing

St. Louis, MO – December 1, 2015 Observable Networks Inc., an emerging leader of advanced threat detection services, today announced two new additions to their growing executive team.

Ron Sterbenz was named Vice President and General Manager of Corporate Marketing and eCommerce. Mr. Sterbenz will drive all facets of Observable’s corporate marketing and web commerce efforts, from demand-to-fulfillment, billing, brand development, strategic marketing and demand generation. In addition, Jim Reilly was appointed Vice President of Sales. In his role, Mr. Reilly will be responsible for developing and executing the company's go-to-market sales strategies including direct, inside sales and partner/channel programs.

Mr. Sterbenz was previously chief marketing officer of Telx, where he was responsible for a complete brand makeover as well as public relations, marketing and product development. Mr. Sterbenz also worked at Equinix, where he was responsible for building and executing the segment strategy for two of its largest verticals, cloud and managed service providers and enterprise and alliances. He also previously worked with Bryan Doerr while at SAVVIS.

Mr. Reilly has held sales leadership roles for the past 20 years with MFS WorldCom, and more recently, with Equinix where he was instrumental in developing the company’s sales strategies and driving revenue growth in the finance, media and enterprise markets.

“Ron and Jim bring decades of technology go-to-market experience to our management team and add needed leadership and depth essential to our continued growth,” said Bryan Doerr, chief executive officer of Observable Networks. “As we bring industry changing security services to the market, having experienced, strategic leaders like Ron and Jim positions our company to succeed.”

About Observable Networks

Observable Networks, Inc. is an emerging leader of network security technology and advanced threat detection services that identify compromised and misused networked devices currently escaping detection by network security tools. Observable’s endpoint modeling technology includes a cloud-based service platform incorporating automated security analytics and real-time traffic sensors to continuously model all devices on networks of any size, all the time. Endpoint modeling is indifferent to encryption and does not use threat signatures. Observable empowers organizations to readily understand normal and abnormal device behaviors in their networks, helping them to identify compromised devices and facilitate faster remediation. Observable Networks is a privately held company headquartered in St. Louis, MO. For more information, please visit