McAfee promotes Redman to global sales role
- 14 November, 2012 11:27
Security vendor, McAfee, has promoted Steve Redman as its executive vice president of global sales.
Redman was previously the APAC regional president based in Sydney. As part of his new role, he will relocate to McAfee’s US headquarters. He replaces Joe Sexton.
The security vendor has also appointed Penny Baldwin as its executive vice president and chief marketing officer (CMO).
She will be responsible for leading McAfee’s global marketing strategy. Baldwin was previously the acting CMO for Yahoo.
Both Redman and Baldwin will report to McAfee co-president, Michael DeCesare.
“He [Redman] has an impressive track record of double digit growth quarters in Asia Pacific for McAfee across all four segments – consumer, small and medium business, commercial and enterprise,” DeCesare said in a statement.
Prior to joining McAfee in January 2008, Redman spent eight years at EMC, most recently as Vice President of Asia Pacific. He also worked for Rockwell Electronic Commerce and held positions at Lucent Technologies and Fuji Xerox.
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