NTT accelerates application security expansion with new VP
Global technology services company NTT has appointed Vlad Nisic, a cybersecurity veteran with over 25 years of experience in the sector, to lead its EMEA sales.
The company aims to use the appointment to boost its profile in the cybersecurity sector of the EMEA where spending is projected to increase from $13.2 billion to $22.4 billion by the end of 2025. (According to Gartner.)
"The demand we're seeing in EMEA presents a tremendous opportunity for us, and we're confident in Vlad's ability to help grow our presence throughout the region," said Dave Gerry, Chief Revenue Officer for the application security division of NTT Ltd. "Vlad's exceptional experience building, scaling and leading sales teams will play a vital role in our success in EMEA, and I'm excited to welcome him to the team."
Nisic joins from Sonatype where he was vice president of sales for the EMEA region. He previously had senior roles at Dell and Symantec.
Nisic said: "Application security has become a critical component of modern cybersecurity, and NTT is in an ideal position to grow its presence throughout EMEA," said Nisic. "This is an exciting time in the company's trajectory, and I'm looking forward to helping the team drive the future of application security."
The appointment of Nisic comes in the wake of a number of awards earned by the company for its application security testing platform including, Gold Winner in Application Security Testing in 2021 IT World Awards.
NTT works with organisations around the world to achieve business outcomes through intelligent technology solutions. Its global assets and integrated ICT stack capabilities provide unique offerings in cloud-enabling networking, hybrid cloud, data centres, digital transformation, client experience, workplace and cybersecurity.
As a global ICT provider, the business employs more than 40,000 people in a diverse and dynamic workplace that spans 57 countries, trading in 73 countries and delivering services in over 200 countries and regions.