News: F-Secure names Rahul Kumar as the new Country Manager for India

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F-Secure names Rahul Kumar as the new Country Manager for India

Rahul Kumar has been appointed as the new Country Manager for F-Secure. He will report to Keith Martin, F-Secure’s Regional Director for the Asia Pacific and Japan.
F-Secure names Rahul Kumar as the new Country Manager for India

F-Secure, a global cybersecurity company has appointed Rahul Kumar as the Country Manager for India and SAARC. Kumar will report to Keith Martin, F-Secure’s Regional Director for the Asia Pacific and Japan.

Kumar on his appointment shares “F-Secure is making rapid advances in the realm of cybersecurity with its forward-looking product innovations and ground-breaking research. Cybersecurity has a greater role to play in India as the nation is witnessing unparalleled digitization. I am excited to take up the baton at this crucial juncture and am confident that by working together, we will bring about the desired results.”

Kumar has over a decade of experience in driving teams across various sales organizations. In his 11 years of experience in sales and marketing, he has served in companies like Dassault Systems, Sutherland Global Services, WNS Global Services. Prior to F-Secure he was the Country Manager and Director of data security provider WinMagic.

On Kumar’s appointment, Martin shared, “Rahul has a proven track record in sales management and comes equipped with a profound understanding of the cyber security industry, as well as the broader Indian market."  He further said the company is delighted to welcome Rahul to the F-Secure team and believe he will further expand the business footprint.”

In his new role, Kumar will head the growth of F-Secure’s business in India and SAARC and reinforce F-Secure’s leadership position as a robust and channel-driven cybersecurity company in the region.

Topics: Appointments, Leadership

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