FireEye (Cyber Security) has been launched in Pakistan on the rise, but we still did not extremist successful operation billion dollars start. Even in Silicon Valley and other startup hubs all over the world,
very few Pakistanis have made it big in the field of technology.
There is, however, a prominent figure US and one Pakistani who has seen a tremendous amount of success in Silicon Valley.
Meet Ashar Aziz, a businessman aged 57, who entered the list of Forbes’ two years ago. Born in Pakistan, Aziz is the founder of FireEye,
a cyberspace that provides forensic automated threat and malware protection dynamic security company.
FireEye, a leader in the field of cyber security company,
with a capital of the current market capitalization of $ 2430000000.
Moreover, the company is also on the Watch List of Morgan Stanley’s “six-tech companies most likely to be obtained.”
Strategists have completed the company’s shares in the ranking of companies think that is more likely to be obtained in the next 12 months.
It is arranged according to your personal model that analyzes the financial companies.
Apparently, FireEye also has a high probability of being obtained, and is one of six companies.
The acquisition, if it happens, it can also mean paying substantial damages to Aziz,
and is likely to add to it again in the list of billionaires this year.
Ashar Aziz attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study electrical engineering and computer science and did a master’s degree in the same field from the University of California, Berkeley.
FireEye founded in 2004 and for a period of eight years,
he leads all of the technical and commercial strategy of FireEye as CTO as well as the Executive Director.
He now serves as Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and director of strategy at the company.
It is also the inventor of some of the basic set of techniques behind the protection systems from malicious programs and the company has provided more than 18 patents in various aspects of the techniques for FireEye.
Even before FireEye, he received 26 patents in the areas of networking, cryptography, network security and virtual data centers.