Gigamon appoints Chaim Mazal chief security officer

Gigamon has appointed Chaim Mazal as chief security officer. Mr. Mazal will report to the company’s president and CEO Shane Buckley.

Mr. Mazal will be responsible for global security, information technology, network operations, governance, risk, compliance, and internal business systems, as well as the security of Gigamon product offerings, the company said in a statement.

Mr. Mazal will continue his involvement with the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) Foundation and maintain his seat on several advisory boards, including Cloudflare, Gitlab, and Lacework, says Gigamon.

Prior to joining Gigamon, Mr. Mazal was the senior vice president of technology and CISO at at Kandji.

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