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Data security company appoints new VP Asia Pacific

Industrial and business data security company, Imperva, based in Singapore, has announced a new vice president for the Asia Pacific region — Stree Naidu will now play a “crucial role in helping Imperva expand its reach in Asia Pacific’s data security market”, according to the company.

“Imperva is making a strong commitment to growing our international business and Asia Pacific is a key region in this expansion effort. Naidu’s depth of technical knowledge and a proven track record of effectively executing and growing new territories with great success will help accelerate our footprint in Asia Pacific,” said Imperva CEO, Shlomo Kramer.

Naidu has more than 15 years of experience and a reputable track record in the channel distribution model within the IT industry, a notice from Imperva said.

Formerly the regional vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan for Tumbleweed Communications, Naidu drove 100 per cent channel revenue sales with a 200 percent year on year growth, the notice said.

Imperva is a player in the data security market. Its solutions are designed to enable a complete security lifecycle for business databases and the applications that use them.

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