RedSeal Systems, Inc., a provider of network security optimization solutions that help companies identify holes in their security infrastructure, announced that it has appointed existing board member and security industry expert Parveen Jain as the company’s new chief executive officer.
Jain has served on RedSeal’s Board of Directors since 2007, and the company plans to leverage his leadership and experience to allow the company to further its product innovation and empower enterprises to respond to the challenge of ever-growing network security complexity.
Jain most recently served as Co-founder and CEO at digital marketing analytics specialists JovianDATA. He previously held the positions of Executive Vice President for Corporate Development and Strategy, CMO & EVP of Marketing at McAfee after it acquired network security startup IntruVert Networks, of which Jain was Co-founder & CEO.
“Security professionals in organizations of all sizes are tasked to defend against escalating threats despite shrinking budgets. Addressing the complexity of today’s networks and attacks requires the intelligence and operational insights that Red Seal uniquely delivers, along with the opportunity to optimize security spending,” said Ray Rothrock, Chairman of RedSeal’s Board of Directors. “Parveen will drive RedSeal to even greater success by providing organizations with the products they need to improve their network defenses and prevent the data breaches that dominate today’s headlines.”
Jain has a Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Illinois-UC, an MS in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a BE in Electric Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science.