Company hires new Vice Presidents for Marketing, Business Development and Strategic Sales with proven track records in security and automation industries
Mahwah, NJ (October 30, 2018) – Radiflow, a leading provider of industrial cybersecurity solutions for critical infrastructure, today announced that the company is accelerating its global expansion and has appointed new Vice Presidents for Marketing, Business Development and Strategic Sales.
Sarah Moss joins Radiflow as Vice President of Marketing to drive brand leadership and demand generation across the company’s solution portfolio. Sarah has over 20 years’ experience leading marketing activities for prominent cybersecurity vendors, including SailPoint Technologies and BeyondTrust, where her expertise helped to significantly grow market awareness and establish new sales channels.
As Vice President of Strategic Sales, Tsur Segal will be responsible for the company’s partnerships with industrial automation vendors that incorporate Radiflow solutions as the security infrastructure for their industrial automation offerings. Prior to joining Radiflow, Tsur served as the Head of the Control Division at Afcon Control and Automation and the Head of Industrial Automation Sales for Siemens in EMEA. In both positions, Tsur was responsible for the sales and implementation of large scale cybersecurity projects protecting SCADA environments.
Rani Kehat has been appointed Vice President of Business Development and will be responsible for launching innovative solutions to enable the implementation of Radiflow OT security technologies in new applications such as the company’s recently announced collaboration with Palo Alto Networks. Previously, Rani held senior business development positions at a number of leading cybersecurity technology vendors, including EMC and Elbit Systems, where he was responsible for engaging and managing strategic alliances and sales channel partners.
“We are experiencing strong demand for our industrial cybersecurity solutions in many critical infrastructure and process manufacturing sectors,” stated Ilan Barda, CEO of Radiflow. “This strategic expansion of our corporate management team will help Radiflow establish relationships with important new go-to-market partners and continue to accelerate our leadership position in the market.”
Earlier this year, Radiflow announced an $18 million venture round led by ST Engineering Ventures, the corporate venture capital unit of ST Engineering.