Founder and Chief Scientist at Keynetics
Dr. Barber founded Keynetics in 1998. He has a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Princeton University, and degrees in Philosophy and Physics from the University of Virginia. He is the inventor of device fingerprinting and numerous other technologies that underpin the stability of electronic commerce as we know it today. His unique foresight has shaped the success of leading anti-fraud solution Kount, and affiliate marketing giant ClickBank.
Prior to launching Keynetics, Dr. Barber spent seven years as part of an elite federal research group selected to solve some of the most difficult computational problems facing U.S. national security. His current research is in artificial intelligence, and the diagnosis of the algorithms that underlie the human capacity for abstract reasoning.
Bradley J. Wiskirchen is the CEO of Keynetics and Kount and is Chairman of the Board of Directors for Clickbank.
Brad joined Keynetics in 2005. His skills and experience in business, technology and law give Keynetics an edge in strategic planning and negotiation in the Internet sector. Under his guidance Keynetics has become one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest privately held technology companies. Kount has become the premier fraud prevention solution for card-not-present merchants, and affiliate marketing giant ClickBank has grown to be one of the world’s largest online retailers.
Among his many industry and community involvements, Brad serves as a Director of the Salt Lake City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He is also the co-founder and former Chair of the Idaho Software Employers Alliance (ISEA) which merged with the Idaho Technology Council (ITC) in 2010. Additionally, Brad has held board positions with the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Boise State University Office of Technology Transfer, FUNDSY, Discovery Center of Idaho, Intermountain Venture Forum and many other organizations.
Prior to joining Keynetics, Brad was a partner in the law firm of Holland & Hart, where he managed the firm's Business Entities and Transactions Practice Group. His experience includes mergers and acquisitions, technology transfer and licensing and debt and equity financings.
Co-founder of Keynetics
Geoff, and Tim and Eileen Barber, started Keynetics in the Barbers’ garage in 1998. Geoff was the CEO of Keynetics and ClickBank until January 2005. He is now the Chairman of the boards of directors of Keynetics and Kount and serves on the Compensation and Audit committees of the Board.
Prior to co-founding Keynetics Geoff had a thirty-year career in the mining industry. During that time he served as the chief executive of a series of private and publicly held mining companies with operations in the United States and around the world. He has extensive experience in corporate finance, mining, geological engineering, labor relations and business operations and management. Geoff lives in Colorado and is the Chairman and a director of several charitable organizations.
Mr. Tune retired in January 2012 after six years as President & CEO of ArtsFund, one of the nation's leading united arts funds. Prior to joining ArtsFund, Jim concluded a three-decade career as a corporate lawyer, during which he practiced at Bogle & Gates for twenty-five years, serving as its managing partner for seven years, and at Stoel Rives LLP for five years, serving as managing partner of the Seattle office for three years.
Jim is listed in the 2006 edition of Best Lawyers in America for his corporate law expertise and was rated a Super lawyer by Washington Law & Politics for seven consecutive years. Jim has a J.D. and M.A. from Stanford University and a B.A. with high distinction (Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of Virginia.
Jim was an officer in the United States Navy and served as Officer-in-Charge of a Swift Boat in Vietnam. Jim currently serves on the Board Puget Sound Bank and chairs its Audit Committee.
Jim has served on the boards of intellectual property licensing, manufacturing and broadcasting companies as well as several community service organizations including, board chairman of United Way of King County (the nation's largest), the Economic Development Council of Seattle/King County, Group Health Community Foundation, ArtsFund and the Seattle Repertory Theatre and its foundation.
Director and co-founder of Keynetics
Eileen co-founded Keynetics along with Geoff Hoyl and Dr. Timothy Barber in 1998 and has served on its board of directors since that time. Eileen has been involved in the continued growth and expansion of Keynetics and subsidiaries ClickBank and Kount, building a global reputation for quality solutions in the ecommerce industry.
In addition to her service on the board of directors, Eileen has served Keynetics in various capacities including President of Keynetics and its subsidiaries, Corporate Treasurer, Audit Committee Member, Compensation Committee Member and Charitable Contributions Committee Member. Eileen is also currently a Member Manager of 917 Lusk LLC, (Corporate HQ for Keynetics Inc)
Eileen serves on several boards of non-profit organizations such as, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and Small Village Foundation. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Boise Chapter of Women on Boards 2020, serves on the Education Committee of the Idaho Technology Council, and has been a member of Idaho Woman’s Charitable Foundation since 2003.
Eileen earned a BA in Chemistry from Virginia Tech in 1991.