Keeper security has a new CMO and I think he’s got plans
Steve’s breakdown: Check out their we website. It screams “I want to advertise!!” but they’re not. They don’t even have a YouTube channel yet there’s a cat down the street that has one. Call this guy!
CHICAGO, IL: Keeper, the world’s leading password manager and digital vault, today announced the appointment of Andrew Grygiel as its new Chief Marketing Officer where he will be leading the company’s global B2C, B2B and enterprise marketing, product marketing and product management initiatives.
Andrew has decades of experience in enterprise software with deep knowledge in Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, Security and Information Management. He has held senior management roles at three of the top 10 software companies in the world and is recognized as a thought leader in enterprise data security and management. Andy was formerly the Chief Strategist of the Americas at Informatica, where he successfully led Informatica’s vertical go-to-market strategies. Prior to that, Andrew led Global Marketing and Product Strategy at Oracle. His role at Oracle began when he was the chief marketing officer for ClearTrial which was acquired by Oracle in 2012.
“We are dedicated to creating and marketing innovative and scalable enterprise cyber security solutions. Andrew’s expertise in developing and executing strategies to grow market segments and industry verticals is sensational,” said Darren Guccione, CEO and co-founder of Keeper Security, Inc. “Andy’s leadership and industry expertise will greatly compliment our initiatives at Keeper Security as we make Keeper Enterprise the go-to solution for securing and managing data on mobile devices and computers.”
Keeper’s business product, Keeper Enterprise, protects passwords and sensitive files for more than 3,000 businesses including Accenture, American Apparel, AON, Chipotle, Stanford University, The City of Los Angeles, The U.S. District Courts System and Transamerica. The Keeper Enterprise product integrates corporate security, privacy, internal controls and provisioning into a single platform providing businesses a turnkey solution for cybersecurity. As the threat of cyber attacks increase and more enterprises implement BYOD policies, companies can utilize Keeper Enterprise to ensure that all of the credentials and private information is secured.
“This is an exciting time for the cybersecurity industry and I’m thrilled to join the Keeper team,” said Grygiel. “Businesses are waking up to the need to protect their employees’ and customers’ Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and safeguard their enterprises’ most valuable intellectual property and assets. Keeper Enterprise is the world-class product they are seeking.”
Keeper Security, Inc. is the creator of Keeper, the world’s most popular password manager and digital vault. Founded in 2009 by CEO Darren Guccione and CTO Craig Lurey, Keeper Security is a privately-held company that is based in Chicago, Illinois with engineering offices in El Dorado Hills, California. Keeper is SOC certified and utilizes world-class encryption to safeguard its users. Keeper is available on all major Smartphones, Tablets and Computers — covering iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, PC, BlackBerry, Kindle, and Windows Phone.
For more information about Keeper and to experience the product that protects millions of people worldwide, please visit — https://keepersecurity.com. In addition, follow updates on Twitter: @keepersecurity, Google+ or on Facebook.