We all know that data breaches are frequent and costly. With the beginnings of new digital transformation technologies like hyper-converged systems, composable systems and containers, data is becoming more distributed and new exposure points are being created. In this episode of Arrow Bandwidth, recorded at Arrow Technology Summit 2019, David and Adam sit down with Tim Reilly, Chief Operating Officer at Zettaset, to discuss securing sensitive data in the data center and in virtual and cloud infrastructures with high-performance data-at-rest encryption from Zettaset.
Former Global Practice Leader, Data Intelligence, Arrow
David Fearne worked at Arrow for eight years in the UKI, EMEA and global roles. He was most recently the technical director of Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business in the U.K. and Ireland. Fearne specializes in big data and all things cloud, and he was one of the founders of ArrowSphere. In 2017, he was recognized as one of the 50 most influential people in big data in the U.K.
Technology Leader, Arrow
An accomplished technical sales leader, Adam Catbagan has been a driving force for creating cultures of technical accountability, discipline and sales excellence. Catbagan develops, implements and influences technical strategies that drive revenue, demonstrate operational efficiency, benchmark IT services, and help develop and drive go-to-market strategies.
Chief Operating Officer, Zettaset
Tim Reilly has over 25 years of business, financial and operational experience at public and private companies in the networking, software and internet industries. Prior to Zettaset, Tim was the vice president of finance of Trapeze Networks (acquired in August 2008 by Belden, Inc.). Prior to that, Tim served as the vice president of finance at netVmg (acquired in September 2003 by Internap Networks). He has also held numerous financial positions at WorldxChange Communications (acquired in February 2000 by World Access), CATS Software and Ernst & Young, LLP. He is a certified public accountant and earned a BS in accounting from the University of Southern California.
Last modified: January 23, 2020