David Mytton

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David Mytton was previously cofounder and CEO of SaaS cloud monitoring startup, Server Density.

David started Server Density in 2009 and it was acquired by StackPath in 2018. As part of the acquisition, David joined an organisation of 300+ people to lead product engineering across a suite of security products, generating $200m in revenue from over 1 million customers worldwide.

David is also an EiR at Seedcamp, a London-based VC fund with a portfolio of 250+ companies worth over $3bn (who also funded Server Density).

He is now studying for an MSc in Environmental Technology at Imperial College London.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of David Mytton and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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