Thales strengthens cyber security team in Mideast

Friday 20 May 2016 | 08:58 CET | News
Thales says its strengthening its cybersecurity market in the Middle East with new executive appointments to its e-Security team. Philip Schreiber is appointed regional sales director Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA), previously regional sales manager sub-Saharan Africa at Thales e-Security. Hamid Qureshi is appointed region sales manager Middle East; coming from Hewlett Packard, Maen Ftouni, regional sales manager Saudi Arabia, previously with Symantec and Simon Taylor, channel manager Middle East. They are supported by Neil Ginns, senior solutions consultant who has been with

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Symantec / Thales
Countries: Middle East
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