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Onapsis Appoints Alex Bender as Vice President of Marketing

Former General Manager of the RSA Conference Brings More Than 15 Years of IT Security and GRC Expertise to Business-Critical Applications Security Leader

CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - Onapsis, a leading provider of solutions to audit and mitigate cyber security threats targeting business-critical applications, today announced the appointment of Alex Bender as Vice President of Marketing.

Bender will take full responsibility for Onapsis' positioning and marketing efforts in the rapidly-growing area of security of business-critical applications including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM) and Human Resource Management (HRM). He will oversee the company's global marketing including product marketing, branding, corporate communications and lead generation activities including inbound, channels and field marketing.

"Our team, customers and partners will all greatly benefit from Alex's vast experience and knowledge in marketing and positioning for the security industry. This is a great time for Alex to join our team, on the back of our latest round of funding and as we continue to drive hyper growth for the company," said Mariano Nunez, CEO and Co-founder, Onapsis. "We are a unique team of experts with a vision to transform and lead the business application security space -- Alex has the skillset and the passion to be part of that vision."

"This is an exciting time to be joining the leader in business critical security solutions," said Bender. "Organizations now understand that running a business requires a targeted yet comprehensive approach to identifying and mitigating security risks to their business critical systems. And as audit and compliance pressures mount, organizations across all industries need solutions that only Onapsis can provide. I look forward to contributing to the continued hyper-growth of the company."

Bender brings 15 years of experience to the Onapsis management team from RSA where he served as general manager for the RSA Conference and oversaw all aspects of the security industry's flagship event. Bender also represented RSA as director of campaigns and marketing programs, responsible for all of RSA's marketing campaign strategy and program execution.

Prior to RSA, Bender served as Vice President of Marketing for Archer Technologies, where he was responsible for Archer's GRC (governance, risk and compliance) corporate marketing and campaign strategy and helped establish Archer as the leading vendor in the enterprise GRC space. Bender also served as a director of product marketing at McAfee and as senior manager of product marketing at Tripwire.

To learn more about Alex Bender, please see his LinkedIn here.

About Onapsis
Onapsis Inc. is the leading provider of solutions to audit and mitigate threats targeting ERP platforms. At the heart of the company, the Onapsis Research Labs is composed of world-renowned experts with a proven track-record in the security field for ERP and SAP applications. Through its innovative software solutions, global customers can secure SAP and Oracle business-critical platforms from espionage, sabotage and financial fraud. More information at www.onapsis.com. Follow us on Twitter: @Onapsis.

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