Lark Allen Lark Allen Executive Vice President of Business Development
Mr. Allen is responsible for Wave’s business and corporate development, specifically creating strategic technology relationships and evaluating opportunities that have potential to achieve Wave’s strategic goals. Additionally, Mr. Allen oversees the development of a core set of markets and strategies related to security products, thereby furthering the company’s competitive positioning.

Mr. Allen plays an active role in a number of industry standards organizations, including the Trusted Computing Group where he is a member of the Storage Work Group, which builds upon existing TCG technologies and focuses on developing open standards around secure data storage. Mr. Allen has more than thirty years of industry IT experience with large enterprises and has held executive management positions in sales, marketing, development and consulting. Before coming to Wave, Mr. Allen worked for many years with IBM. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS in Physics and earned an MS in Industrial Administration from Purdue University.

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