|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 04:42 AM EDT||
LONDON, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- To further strengthen its well-established market presence in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), Ground Labs welcomes Vivian Cullen in the position of Enterprise Director in EMEA.
Mr Cullen contributes to Ground Labs a King's ransom in valuable experience and a proven track record in enterprise business development. He has built a distinguished career spanning 20 years in the technology, security, and compliance sectors across EMEA regions, having worked previously with industry vendors such as Sysnet Global Solutions and PixAlert.
Mr Cullen's responsibilities at Ground Labs include executing strategies to grow Ground Labs' European Client base, and expanding Ground Labs' network of IT security consulting partners to help build awareness of Ground Labs products.
"Mr Cullen not only possesses solid knowledge of our industry, but is also a well-respected figure across the data security and compliance industry," said Stephen Cavey, the Director of Corporate Development for Ground Labs. "He brings a unique and fresh perspective to our team, and plays a key role in our aggressive growth strategy as our product capabilities continue to skyrocket."
About Ground Labs
Ground Labs is a global leader in the development of security and auditing software for PCI Compliance. Ground Labs software is used to perform sensitive data discovery on computer systems worldwide, helping companies prevent security breaches that result in the theft of customers' credit and debit card numbers. With offices in Seattle, London and Singapore, Ground Labs products are relied upon by more than 2,500 customers across 80+ countries.
For more information including a free trial, visit www.groundlabs.com.
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