Former Amazon, IBM and Microsoft executive Tomer Zuker has joined OPSWAT, which relocated from Silicon Valley to Tampa last year.
OPSWAT, a cybersecurity company that specializes in products that protect critical network infrastructure, has hired Tomer Zuker as its chief marketing officer.
According to a news release, Zuker previously served as CMO of Nintex Kryon, a startup in the field of robotic process automation and process excellence. He has also held executive leadership positions at Amazon Web Services, IBM Security and Microsoft.
At OPSWAT, the release states, Zuker will lead all aspects of the company’s global marketing presence, including planning, development and implementation of its marketing strategy.
“I’m excited to join OPSWAT as the CMO, overseeing the growth of the company’s global marketing initiatives,” Zuker states in the release. “I look forward to accelerating the organization’s global marketing strategies while collaborating with cross-functional teams on growth opportunities and executing go-to-market plans to meet the growing demand for CIP cybersecurity solutions to better secure our way of life.”
OPSWAT moved its headquarters from California’s Silicon Valley to Tampa in early 2021. Since that time, spurred by 40% revenue growth and a subsequent hiring spree, the company has become too big for its office space and leased a 31,600-square-foot suite at SkyCenter One, a Class A, LEED Platinum office building adjacent to Tampa International Airport.
“We are pleased to welcome Tomer Zuker to our executive leadership team to help accelerate our go-to-market strategies and scale global growth,” OPSWAT Founder and CEO Benny Czarny states in the release. “His expertise in sales and channel marketing will guide OPSWAT’s global marketing team to help the company achieve its aggressive market growth goals in 2022 and beyond while collaborating with our customers and partners to deliver innovative CIP solutions that solve their most complex cybersecurity challenges.”