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Announcing Our New Product Management Team

mike-web-500Jeff Marshall, Chief Information Security Office (CISO) at Datashield announces the new Product Management Team.

I am pleased to announce that Mike Heller has accepted a new position directing the Product Management team focused on our partners and vendors.

We are excited to continue growing our organization and providing continued high-touch service. Datashield continues to grow and add services for other partners including:

  • Microsoft Azure Sentinel
  • Mimecast
  • Proofpoint
  • Splunk
  • LogRhythm
  • Carbon Black
  • Crowdstrike
  • Sumo Logic

All this along with our newly developed Vulnerability Management services. In his new role, Mike will be leading the efforts in managing these relationships.

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Jeff Marshall
Jeff Marshall
Jeff Marshall is the Chief Information Security Officer at Datashield and contributes technical content to the Datashield resource library. While not overseeing all of security operations, engineering, R&D and program management; Jeff carves out time to provide thought leadership and educational content for the Datashield resource library. His extensive background and knowledge serves as the anchor for Datashield's article base.

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