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Exclusive Networks adds to trophy haul with Imperva award

19 Jul 17

Exclusive Networks Thailand has taken out a key award at Impera’s Partner Awards, picking up the Highest Growth Partner for ASEAN, Korea and India gong.

The award, presented at Imperva’s Partner Confernce at Movenpick Resort and Spa in Phuket, Thailand, comes for Exclusive’s ‘outstanding performance in business growth’.

Exclusive Thailand’s win comes hard on the heels of Exclusive Networks Malaysia’s win for outstanding sales achievement for application and network performance management vendor Netscout, presented at the vendor’s APAC reseller summit in Bangkok recently.

Imperva has just announced the creation of a chief scientist position.

Former chief technology officer Amichai Shulman was promoted to the new position, with Terry Ray named chief technology officer.

Shulman was one of the three company founders and subsequently headed the cybersecurity vendor’s research arm which focuses on security analysis, vulnerability discovery, DDoS mitigation and compliance expertise.

The new role will see him instrumental in monitoring emerging technologies and companies, especially as they relate to machine learning and data and application security.

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