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AccessData hires new regional manager to strengthen growth in SEA

Nurdianah Md Nur | Aug. 26, 2013
Four other appointments also announced as part of its growth strategy in the region.

In a bid to strengthen its growth in Southeast Asia, AccessData — a digital and mobile investigations, cyber security and litigation support solutions provider — has hired Jeremy Ho as its new regional manager for ASEAN.

Based out of the company's newly established APAC office in Singapore, Ho will be managing a multi-national sales team across the region, covering both direct and indirect selling through channels. He has over a decade of experience in IT security, coupled with sales and technical background.

AccessData has also hired Geannie Tan as inside sales representative for Southeast Asia and North Asia, Matthew Green as sales engineer for Asia Pacific, Jonathan Shorter as senior international technical account manager and Gareth Scott as international channel sales manager.

Luke Brown, vice president - international markets (EMEA, APAC, Latam & Canada) for Access Data, said that these hires will contribute to the company's "expansion in the region along its main business lines of cyber security, litigation and digital forensics."

AccessData has been in Southeast Asia for five years. It has seen a strong momentum in the region with key customer wins especially in the government sector as cyber security gets on top of the agenda for the corporate and public sector.


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