Cyware Labs, provider of advanced threat intelligence sharing and cyber fusion products, announced the appointment of Amit Patel as their Vice President of North America Sales.
Patel brings over two decades of experience propelling corporate initiatives forward with knowledge built from years spent establishing the sales infrastructures for organizations that span the technology and cybersecurity sectors.
“Amit’s passion for developing sales strategies that are tailor-made to highlight the unique needs of each customer will make him a valuable asset to our leadership team,” said CEO and Co-Founder, Anuj Goel.
“We are thrilled to have him onboard and are confident that he will establish the strong relationships necessary for bringing our strategic, tactical, and operational threat intelligence sharing and threat response automation to the market.”
Patel will play a pivotal role in evolving Cyware’s sales strategy with an increased focus on customer and partner relationships, bolstering the company’s hold on the threat intelligence sharing and cyber fusion markets across North America.
Joining Cyware with deep rooted experience in both startup companies and established enterprises, Patel’s work will greatly contribute to the growth of the company’s overall business operations.
Prior to joining Cyware, Patel served as the Vice President of Sales, North America for Unbound Tech, a security software company focused on protecting cryptographic keys by leveraging secure multi-party computation.
Patel was the first sales professional hired by Unbound Tech, and also their first United States employee. His experience in this role proves his ability to construct and supervise successful sales programs that accelerate positions in the market.
“Cyware’s suite of enterprise solutions is transforming the way security teams are able to operate and engage with each other. As sales lead for North America, I look forward to working closely with a seasoned group of practitioners that are actively disrupting the industry and ushering in a much needed influx of cyber fusion products,” said Patel.