Mark Hatfield is a founder and General Partner at Ten Eleven Ventures, a specialized venture capital firm exclusively dedicated to helping cybersecurity companies thrive. Mark has led investments in early stage technology companies in a variety of roles since 2003 and has developed a particular passion for security, driven by the size and significance of the problem.
Most recently Mark was a partner at Fairhaven Capital where he led investments in Cylance, CounterTack, Celtra, and Trust Digital (acquired by McAfee). He also served as a board member of Co3 Systems and Digital Guardian.
Prior to Fairhaven Capital, Mark was a Managing Director for Motorola Ventures, and ran the West Coast Operations in Sunnyvale. There he led investments in Danger (acquired by Microsoft), Foundstone (acquired by McAfee), Lumidigm (acquired by HID Global), SkyBitz (acquired by Telular) and Mesh Networks (acquired by Motorola). Mark also previously headed up Strategy and Business Development for Motorola’s CIO and IT organization. Previously, Mark held various Corporate Business Development and IT roles at Bell Canada Enterprises and the Bank of Montreal in Toronto, Canada.
Mark received his MBA from York University and earned a Bachelor’s degree from McMaster University in Canada. Mark lives in Boston, with his wife and two children. He loves skiing out of bounds and fly fishing, but still needs a lot of work to be called a true fisherman.