Claroty, the security company for cyber-physical systems across industrial, healthcare, and commercial environments, today announced the appointment of Louise Bulman as general manager of EMEA. With decades of experience transforming enterprise technology business units into profitability and growth, Bulman will focus on expanding Claroty’s customer base and partner ecosystem in the region, amid rapidly accelerating global demand for its industry-leading solutions.
“Louise brings a stellar combination of transformational leadership and hyper-growth organizational experience that fits exactly with what Claroty needs at this critical point in our growth trajectory,” said Simon Chassar, chief revenue officer of Claroty. “Her impressive track record and deep industry knowledge are invaluable for expanding the company’s footprint in EMEA, as we charge forward on our mission to secure the Extended Internet of Things (XIoT) across industrial, healthcare, and enterprise environments all over the world.”
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Bulman joins Claroty from D2iQ, where she served as vice president of international and EMEA sales for the enterprise cloud platform provider. She previously served as vice president of EMEA at Big Switch Networks, where she drove exponential revenue growth, expanded the channel, and increased the cloud and data centre networking company’s brand awareness leading up to its acquisition by Arista. Before joining Big Switch Networks, Bulman held a number of senior leadership roles in cybersecurity businesses including McAfee, Vormetric (acquired by Thales), and Forescout Technologies, where she was instrumental in driving profitability and growth across EMEA. Earlier in her career, Bulman held senior corporate roles at Gartner and Nokia Siemens Networks.
“I’m thrilled to join Claroty because the company has paved the way as a market leader in securing the XIoT. Our technological capabilities are second to none, and the team includes some of the most talented in the industry,” said Bulman. “Many organizations focus their cybersecurity efforts on IT, while cyber-physical systems remain relatively overlooked and misunderstood in comparison. However, the rapidly increasing cyber attacks on critical infrastructure have served as a massive wake-up call to the world. Claroty has proven itself to be a game changer in this industry, and I am honored to be a part of this world-class team on an incredible journey.”
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