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Cyware Names New Executives to Board of Directors; Anuj Goel Quoted

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Anthony Belfiore and Zach Sivertson

Cyware has appointed Anthony Belfiore, Aon chief security officer (CSO), and Zach Sivertson, Mercato Partner's Prelude managing director, to its board of directors, Cyware reported on Monday. Belfiore and Sivertson bring more than three decades of combined experience in cybersecurity to Cyware's board.

"At Cyware, we are continuously working to provide more value to our customers and scale our company in the years to come," said Anuj Goel, CEO and co-founder, Cyware. "Zach and Anthony bring a unique blend of executive leadership and cybersecurity experience that will allow us to reach our next level of success."

With Aon, Belfiore supervises the global operations for Physical Security, Cybersecurity, IT Risk, Fraud, Investigations and Business Continuity. He has more than 20 years of experience as security and technology business leader. 

Prior to joining Aon, Belfiore was head of IT infrastructure with First Data Corporation (FDC). He also served as the global CISO for JP Morgan Chase. Belfiore has also held a variety of Cybersecurity and Information Risk Management leadership positions with UBS, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and Booz Allen & Hamilton. 

"Cyware has been able to stand out in a crowded space in the cybersecurity market by focusing on solutions that bring real, lasting value to their customers. Their solutions provide quicker time to value for users, while also enabling them with sustainable optimizations and improvements to their security operations," said Belfiore. "I'm thrilled to be working with this talented team and looking forward to contributing to Cyware's future success."

Sivertson brings experience in the operational, technical and private equity realms. Before joining Prelude, Sivertson was a product executive at Symantec. With Symantec, Sivertson supervised Product Management, pricing and strategy for a more than $1 billion cybersecurity portfolio. 

Before Symantec, Sivertson held product positions at Blue Coat Systems, which was acquired by Symantec for $4.6 billion. He also served with WorkFront & Aplifi, which was acquired by iPipeline. Prior, Sivertson led IT operations at Sentry West Insurance, as well as started multiple technology companies spanning education technology and consumer communication.

"I'm honored to be working with Cyware at such an exciting time for the company," said Zach Sivertson. "Cyware's solutions deliver the critical capabilities and flexibility that are needed to protect organizations in today's evolving and increasing threat landscape."