Executive Team

Rob Caldwell, Founder and CEO Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, Rob spent much of his youth with his mechanically and electrically inclined father. Rob’s interest in electronics led him to DeVry University in Atlanta, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering. After working as Chief Engineer with Communications Concepts Inc. and Rockwell Collins at NASA’s Space Shuttle Logistics Depot, Rob attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and received his master’s degree in Technical Management. Rob’s passion for TV led him to the Golf Channel, where he worked as the Director of Engineering and Operations, responsible for managing transmission operations, project engineering, maintenance engineering, master control and facilities. Rob also worked in 3D graphics/animation, training, and interactivity producing projects for the Golf Channel, Seagram’s, and Hilton Corp. In 2001, Rob was approached to assist a start-up government contractor with proposal efforts, specifically computer-based training. In 2002, Rob founded Obor Digital. Over the past 12 years, Rob expanded the company to provide training and products, including Zeus, which remains a leader in the U.S., with customers such as NBC, Discovery Networks, QVC, and many more. In 2008, Obor began providing Zeus solutions to the U.S. military to manage communications equipment, which led to requests for Zeus operators, as well as additional positions to include logisticians, trainers and field support personnel.
Kimberly joined Obor Digital, LLC in January of 2009. She was promoted to Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in March of 2011. Her addition brought more than 20 years of financial management experience in the technology and government contracting industries to Obor’s management team. She is responsible for providing guidance and direction with regard to Obor’s strategic growth plans and overseeing financial functions including financial reporting, budgeting, operational analysis, treasury and capital structuring. Prior to joining Obor, Kim was the controller for Mnemonics, Inc., a satellite communications radio equipment engineering and commercial manufacturing company located in Melbourne, Florida, for over 13 years. Previously, she held accounting management and human resource positions for other DOD/DOS contractors on Patrick AFB, FL and Ft. Huachuca, AZ. Since joining Obor, Kim has provided sound leadership of our financial functions during an important period of growth for the company. Her depth of knowledge, strong accounting and compliance experience in the government services and technology industries and overall expertise in financial management makes her a key player in Obor’s executive management team. She is instrumental in the successful leadership of the company.

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TV Technology Magazine

We were published in TV Technology Magazine in December 2017 discussing Cyber Security Needs for Broadcasters. See the entire article HERE.

Three Main Threats for Broadcasters

Three serious threats to broadcasters include:

  • Theft of Content
  • Terrorist Media Replacement
  • Social End-User Accidents
Common Vulnerabilities

Vulnerabilities can be from one or more of the following:

  • External Threats – whereby an entity exploits one of the holes to gain entrance.
  • Internal Threats – whereby the breach is on the actual network itself.
  • Malicious Threats – whereby an entity purposely compromises the network to create damage.
  • Accidental Threats – whereby someone, without realizing they are damaging or creating a hole, does so.