Timothy Bean

Timothy Bean

Chief Executive Officer

Before founding Fortem Technologies in April 2016 with his partner Adam Robertson, Tim was a VP of Engineering and later Chief Revenue Officer at a company that excelled at stopping criminal and terrorist behavior through signal intelligence. Prior to 2001, Tim served as VP/General Manager at NextHop, a proprietary technology licensing company from academia that expedited the communications industry transition from circuit to secure internet communications.

Before NextHop, Tim served as Executive VP of Engineering and CTO at Shomiti Systems, where he spearheaded the development of award-winning products for the largest enterprises in the world to curtail cyber threats. Tim began his career as an engineer at Aspect Telecommunications, where he was responsible for all software development for their flagship telecommunication products, before becoming the Director of Software and generating over $500M in annual revenue for the product line.

Tim earned his B.S. in Design Engineering, a combination of mechanical engineering and computer science, from BYU. A frequent speaker at international counter terror and airspace security events, Tim has been widely quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, CNN and The Atlantic. Born and raised near Cleveland, Ohio, Tim is married with kids and remains a passionate Cleveland sports fan, where he's been trying to convert his family to root for his hometown teams for more years than he's willing to admit.

Adam Robertson

Adam Robertson

Chief Technology Officer

Adam began developing miniature radar technology in graduate school over 24 years ago. At Intel, Hewlett Packard, Agilent, and Honeywell he gained experience with semi-conductors, microwave electronics, aerospace instrumentation, and project/program management. Adam was an instrumental leader in growing a small business from a handful of people to over 100 employees. Developing drone based miniature radar for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, and leading the business development team, Adam was key in securing more than $100M in contracts in the company's first few years.

Most recently, Adam co-founded Fortem Technologies in 2016, raising investor capital to produce the world's most advanced miniature radar for drone detection, a highly autonomous flying drone hunter system. Adam guides the corporate technology roadmap, oversees regulatory compliance, and works closely with defense customers to solve their toughest problems.

Adam has also served as a Representative at Utah's House of Representatives since 2018.

Mark Webb

Mark Webb

Chief Financial Officer

Mark has over 20 years of financial leadership experience mostly in high-tech companies that have all experienced hyper growth. He comes to Fortem with experience running large organizations and processes as well as driving short term fund raising activities. He most recently served successfully as CFO at inMoment leading the company to a very successful outcome. Prior to InMoment, he was VP, Finance at Instructure, advising the CEO during a time of hyper growth.

Mark enjoys skiing and golf, but is most miserable thinking about the current drought in the western USA and its effect on his beloved Lake Powell, where he goes with his family each year to enjoy the grandeur of nature and the blessings of a loving wife and 4 great kids.

Spencer Prows

Spencer Prows

VP of Engineering

Spencer Prows is the VP of Engineering and Product, leading engineering, product management, operations and manufacturing. Spencer has been with Fortem since the companies first year, bringing with him 15 years of experience leading global cross functional teams, managing large technical projects, and serving as the COO of another startup in the Financial Tech industry. He is passionate about learning, solving problems and building great relationships..especially with customers.

Spencer holds Master Degrees in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) and Business (MBA) from Brigham Young University. He currently lives in Pleasant Grove with his wife and four children. He loves the outdoors, hiking, camping, riding motorcycles, and is a lead singer and guitarist for a local rock band (with his son as the drummer).

Magnus Wallmark

Magnus Wallmark

VP of Worldwide Sales and Services

Magnus Wallmark is the VP Worldwide Sales and Services at Fortem Technologies. He has global executive industry leadership experience with more than 20 years of strategy, sales, and business development in more than 140 countries across several related technology sectors, including aerospace, telecommunication and automotive for commercial and government markets. He is the author of several books and articles on satellite communication, national security, and computer science. He holds several patents. He holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and Bachelor's degree in Communications Science from the University of Gothenburg. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and outdoor activities.

Gary Watson

Gary Watson

VP of Solutions

Gary is responsible for architecting innovative security solutions for Fortem's customers. An experienced speaker, Gary runs the Fortem webinar series, providing thought leadership and bringing in expert viewpoints from across the industry. Prior to Fortem, Gary spent over 30 years as a computer hardware and software engineer in the secure data storage industry, including 20 years as co-founder and CTO of Nexsan Technologies, which he lead to a $120M sale.