RSA Appoints Vice President to Accelerate EMEA Business

BRACKNELL, UK – August 30, 2016 – RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC), today announced Jonathan Gill as Vice President covering Europe, Middle-East and Africa. The appointment continues RSA’s transformation to become an organization well positioned to lead in the unfolding new world order of business-driven security.

With more than 25 years’ experience in global enterprise security leadership, Jonathan has a proven track record of success in creating and executing sales strategies that drive incremental business growth and customer value. In this role, he will leverage his experience to drive sales growth and customer satisfaction in the EMEA region. Most recently, Jonathan served as Executive Vice President for Global Sales at Veracode following leadership and sales roles at CA, Arcot and IBM.

Gill comments, “This is an exciting time to join RSA as it focuses to deliver business-driven security to organizations looking to more directly align their security strategy with a broader business impact. The company obviously has a long and successful track record in delivering customer value and I am truly excited by the opportunity to further align our business to the requirements of our EMEA customers and partners.”

By providing business-driven security, RSA helps enable organizations of all sizes take command of their evolving security posture. RSA solutions and services are designed to link security incidents and identity context with business context so organizations can reduce risk and be sure they are protecting what matters most.

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