Robert Herjavec is a Canadian businessman, investor, and television personality, he has a net worth of $100 million. Robert Herjavec has earned his net worth from his business career with IBM mainframe sales. Herjavec was born on September 14, 1963 in Zbjeg, Croatia and immigrated with his family to Canada when he was only three, the family eventually settled in the Toronto neighborhood of Rexdale. He attended New College at the University of Toronto. He also founded Canada's top provider of Internet security software BRAK Systems in 1990. BRAK Systems was sold to AT&T for $100 million in 2000; Herjavec accepted the position of VP of Internet Security after the purchase by AT&T. Later he became the VP of Sales at RAMP Network which was later acquired by Nokia for $225 million. Than in 2003 he founded his own company called The Herjavec Group which is a security software company, his is currently the CEO. He currently lives in Bridle Path which is a neighborhood of North York, Toronto; he is also a venture capitalist. His wife is Croatian Diane Plese an optometrist; he has two daughters and one son. He also stars on the CBC Television series Dragon's Den, which airs on CBC Television and CBC Newsworld. He has also been assigned to star in the US version of Dragon's Den Called Shark Tank. His home in Bridle Path was featured recently on an episode of MTV cribs.