Movers & Makers: Autumn 2015
Recent updates on the people and organisations that make up the information security industry
Greg Day has been appointed as VP and regional chief security officer for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Palo Alto Networks. Day brings 25 years of experience in information security, having seen considerable evolution in the threat landscape.
DTTC has appointed Stephen Scharf as chief security officer. Scharf has over 20 years of experience in IT and looks forward to continuing to protect global market stability and confidence.
David Earhart has been appointed as CEO of Courion as part of its global expansion plans. Earhart has been in security and systems management for more than 20 years.
Pulse Secure has named Sudhakar Ramakrishna as CEO and member of the Board of Directors. Ramakrishna brings nearly 25 years of industry-related experience to the table.
Frank Brandenburg has been appointed CEO of NTT Com. Brandenburg has been with NTT Com for several years and will continue to drive the global growth of the company.
Ginna Raahauge has joined Informatica as senior vice president and chief information officer. Raahauge has more than 20 years of experience in technology and business leadership with a strong track record of driving growth and creating value for customers.
Simon Church has been appointed to executive in residence for C5 Capital. Church looks forward to identifying other European businesses in his sector with potential to take advantage of a strong growing market.
Cylance has appointed Stuart McClure, its founder and CEO, to its board of directors. McClure has more than 25 years of executive and security leadership expertise.
HYPR Corp welcomes David Raviv as head of strategic alliances. Raviv has years of practical knowledge and industry experience.
Jeff Moses has been appointed as senior vice president of Cloud Sales for Informatica. Moses brings more than 20 years of IT industry experience to the table.
NTT Com has appointed Martin Naughalty as chief financial officer. Promoted from within the company, Naughalty will continue to encourage worldwide growth.