Cryptzone Poised for Growth with the Software-Defined Perimeter

June 7, 2016 |
Paul Campaniello, CMO at Cryptzone

It is with tremendous excitement that today we announce our expanded executive team as a result of the increased demand for our Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) solutions.

Accomplished industry veterans including David Kennedy joins as Global VP of Services and Support, John Reilly as Controller and myself as Chief Marketing Officer.

CEO Barry Field said, “Organizations can no longer pretend they still have a safe perimeter. Instead, they need to leverage new security paradigms, like the Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP), to keep up with their ever-changing adversaries. This dynamic has increased demand for Cryptzone’s AppGate solution. As a result, our team is expanding with world-class industry executives to help customers navigate this fundamental shift in their approach to cybersecurity.”

A Software-Defined Perimeter establishes one perimeter for each user effectively creating an individualized perimeter – a network ‘segment of one’. This segment of one delivers fine-grained authorization, contextual awareness and fewer hard-coded rules for IT and security teams to manage.

Companies are realizing that traditional network security models just don’t cut it anymore in a landscape riddled with internal and external threats. A Software-Defined Perimeter approach is necessary to combat these threats and our team is expanding to meet the demand from organizations striving to adopt this new technology.

Read the full announcement or get in touch to see how our expertise in network security can help your organization defend against threats.

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Paul Campaniello

Paul Campaniello is the Chief Marketing Officer for Cryptzone where he is responsible for worldwide marketing strategy, execution and sales support. Paul has over 25 years of experience with software startup companies.

He has held several senior marketing and sales positions including CMO/VP of Marketing at ScaleBase, Mendix, Lumigent, ComBrio and Savantis. Prior to Savantis, he was at Precise Software, where he helped build Precise from a startup to $100 million prior to going public and being acquired by VERITAS for $640 million.

Paul holds both a BS and an MBA from Bentley University.

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