Sophos today announced the appointment of Paul Walker to its board of directors as a non-executive member. Walker brings more than 30 years of technology and senior leadership experience to the board of Sophos, having served for 16 years as chief executive officer of Sage Group plc., a leader in business solutions for small and medium businesses.
Sophos today announced the appointment of Michael Anderson as senior vice president, global technical services. Anderson, will lead the company’s customer support strategy worldwide, driving customer and partner service excellence across the entire range of Sophos IT security offerings.
Valentine, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales; Kendra Krause, Vice President of Channel Sales; and John Keenan, Regional Vice President of Sales, Americas Make the List.
Joe Levy Joins Sophos as Chief Technology Officer.
Sophos today announced it has been positioned as a Leader in Forrester Research, Inc.’s new report, The Forrester Wave™: Endpoint Encryption, Q1 2015.
Sophos today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc., in the “Leaders” quadrant of Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms” for the eighth consecutive year.
Sophos today announced new versions of key products that deliver on the company’s vision of Next-Generation Enduser Protection. Aimed at delivering unprecedented protection against malware and advanced threats, Next-Generation Enduser Protection includes the integration of Sophos’ innovative endpoint, mobile and encryption technologies.
Sophos today released the Security Threat Trends 2015 report that exposes the biggest security risks on the horizon and explains the real-world impact of evolving cyber threats on businesses and consumers in the New Year.
Sophos today announced the results of its 2014 Retail Security Barometer, revealing worrying gaps in cyber security and data protection across UK retailers during the busiest shopping period of the year.
Sophos this week highlighted the worrying state of wireless security in Ireland’s capital city, when it sent security expert James Lyne and his computer-equipped bicycle onto the streets of Dublin to test how safe homes, businesses, and even people on mobiles phones are from cyber criminals.