One Identity, a Quest Software business and proven leader in helping organisations implement identity and access management (IAM) right, today announced the appointment of Serkan Cetin as the new Regional Manager for the Asia-Pacific and Japan (APJ) region. Cetin, who will be based in Sydney, assumes the role after serving as an IAM Sales Engineer for One Identity over the past six years.
Cetin commenced the role in August with a mandate to develop a strong customer network and add further support to APJ operations. In addition, he will be focused on accelerating product, software and service innovation and building upon the organisation’s already strong reputation in the APJ market.
“One Identity has made significant strides in responding to the demand for identity and access management solutions globally as well as across the APJ region. I am excited to be moving into this role as we build on that momentum and galvanise our position as a leading provider in IAM,” said Cetin.
“Having been with One Identity for over six years in a technical role prior to moving into a leadership role I feel that I really have an excellent understanding of what One Identity offers as well as a firm commitment to the people involved, to deliver security solutions that fit their specific organisational needs on a day-to-day basis.”
Serkan Cetin brings over 10 years of experience to the position. Prior to his time with One Identity, he was an Identity and Security Management Consultant for Directory Concepts. At One Identity, Cetin spent six years as a Senior Sales Engineer and Solutions Architect. In this role, Cetin demonstrated and presented to customers the IAM offerings of One Identity. He was also a solution architect and designed customised IAM solutions for customers.
About One Identity
One Identity, a Quest Software business, helps organisations get identity and access management (IAM) right. With a unique combination of offerings including a portfolio of identity governance, access management and privileged management, and identity as a service that help organisations reach their full potential, unimpeded by security yet safeguarded against threats. One Identity has proven to be a company unequalled in its commitment to its customers' long-term IAM success. More than 7,500 customers worldwide depend on One Identity solutions to manage more than 125 million identities, enhancing their agility and efficiency while securing access to their data -- wherever it might reside.
In January 2018, One Identity acquired Balabit, a leading provider of privileged access management (PAM), privileged account analytics and log management solutions that help businesses reduce the risk of data breaches associated with privileged accounts. The PAM solution developed by Balabit, now integrated into One Identity’s PAM solution, provides protection from threats posed by high-risk, privileged accounts, while its privileged account analytics solution provides an additional layer of protection by collecting and analysing data from privileged sessions to help identify anomalous activity.
For more information, visit https://www.oneidentity.com/.
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