Pyte exists for one reason only: to allow the efficient flow of information while fully preserving the privacy of data owners and the confidentiality of enterprise data.
Today, there is an unnecessary friction between data utility and data privacy. Pyte is building a full stack of technologies that allow enterprises to fully benefit from their data and collaborate seamlessly with their partners without disclosing their data to any other entity including Pyte.
We believe the future of compute should be built with privacy and security at the center, not as an aftermath. Our dream is to create new possibilities, Imagine a world where individuals can safely contribute their data for advancement without the fear of data leakage.
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Dr. Sadegh Riazi is a technology enthusiast, currently co-founder and CEO of Pyte Labs. He received his Ph.D. in secure computation from UC San Diego where he was awarded the best Ph.D. thesis award. Sadegh founded Project HEAX at Microsoft Research (a new computing platform for Homomorphic Encryption). Prior to that, he designed a new system for Brain-Computer Interfaces.
Dr. Ilya Razenshteyn is a co-founder and CTO of Pyte Labs. Ilya received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from MIT with an award-winning thesis working on algorithms and theoretical computer science. Since then, he spent a few years at Microsoft Research as a Senior Researcher at the Machine Learning and Optimization group.
Fari Assaderaghi is co-founder and Chief Technical Advisor of CipherMode Labs. He’s also Executive Vice President of Engineering at SiTime, a NASDAQ-listed company. Dr. Assaderaghi recieved his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1992 and 1994, respectively.Fari has held senior leadership positions at both start-up and large technology companies, including VP of Advanced Technology at TDK-InvenSense and CTO, IoT, and Security at NXP.
Brynn Moynihan has worked as a senior leader in the technology sector at public and private companies. She has a proven track record of innovating, launching, and rapidly scaling user adoption, revenue, and company valuations. Brynn's managed hundreds of team members across strategy, operations, product, and go-to-market divisions at organizations such as Magnite (NASDAQ: MGNI), Nativo & Your29.
Entrepreneurial experience in building, scaling, and managing digital technology businesses of significant scope. Demonstrable history of consistently setting and achieving tough financial and organizational objectives in an accelerated timeframe.
Abhishek drives the vision, strategy, and execution of the product. Previously, he led product teams in developing MLOps, Responsible AI, NLP, Computer Vision, and IoT platforms. He enjoys teaching product management foundations to aspiring PMs, and is a web3 enthusiast.
Ilia is a cryptographer and a research engineer at CipherMode Labs. He's worked for 7 years on secure computation protocols including homomorphic encryption and multi-party computation. Ilia published multiple research papers presented at major cryptographic conferences such as Eurocrypt, CHES, and ACM CCS. In 2018 and 2019, Ilia was an intern at Microsoft Research working on the SEAL library.
Dr. Javad Seyed Talebi is a research engineer. He spent 6 years developing secure & trustworthy computer systems and published multiple research papers based on them in major systems and security conferences such as USENIX Security and MobiSys. Javad worked on improving the security and privacy of voice assistants while doing an internship at Microsoft Research in 2018.
Govind received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from MIT in 2020 advised by Prof. Elchanan Mossel, with a thesis covering topics in theoretical computer science and mathematical models of social phenomena. Previously, he majored in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at UC Berkeley, where he volunteered as a tutor with Eta Kappa Nu.
Borys Minaiev, a software engineer from the united kingdom. He has graduated from ITMO university. He has been honored as Google Hash Runnerup in Jan 2021.
Luka Kalinovcic is a software engineer at Pyte Labs. Previously, he worked at Google for 12 years, working on Core Search ranking, a Pathfinding system for driving directions in Maps, and ML for code that aims to boost developer productivity. Before his professional career, Luka won medals at IOI and ICPC, and high results at many other competitions.
Rustam Kolumbayev is a software engineer at Pyte Labs. He has graduated from KIMEP university in Kazakhstan. Previously he spent 4+ years in various startups building different UI platforms. He is mainly focused on delivering custom solutions and exceptional user experiences using his expertise in web app development.
Fari Assaderaghi is co-founder and Chief Technical Advisor of CipherMode Labs. He’s also Executive Vice President of Engineering at SiTime, a NASDAQ-listed company. Dr. Assaderaghi recieved his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 1992 and 1994, respectively. Fari has held senior leadership positions at both start-up and large technology companies, including VP of Advanced Technology at TDK-InvenSense and CTO, IoT, and Security at NXP. He is on IEEE’s North America and Europe Executive Committee, and SRC’s Executive Committee. Throughout his career, Fari’s passion has been to identify disruptive technologies and pave their way into broad market adoption. Dr. Assaderaghi has given numerous invited talks and contributed to more than 100 technical papers, including the best paper at 2016 ISSCC. He has 76 issued patents.
Dr. Javad Seyed Talebi is a research engineer at Ciphermode Labs. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from UC Irvine. He spent six years developing secure and trustworthy computer systems and published multiple research papers based on them in major systems and security conferences such as USENIX Security and MobiSys. Javad also worked on improving the security and privacy of voice assistants while doing an internship at Microsoft Research in 2018. Prior to that he obtained an MSc in digital system design and designed multiple high-performance computing hardware for image processing. Javad has received the UCI 5-year fellowship award, a One-time scholarship award in recognition of exceptional promise by faculty, and a Gold medal in the National Student Olympiad.