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iSheriff Names Eric Lundbohm as Chief Marketing Officer

Security Industry Expert Joins iSheriff to Fuel Cloud Security Company's Growth

Redwood Shores, Calif. – August 18, 2015 – iSheriff, the industry leader in delivering cloud-based security that is the simplest and most cost effective way to protect data and devices from digital threats, today announced that Eric Lundbohm has joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO).

“I am delighted to welcome Eric to iSheriff’s leadership team,” said Paul Lipman, CEO, iSheriff. “Eric brings tremendous depth of experience and accomplishment in the security industry that will help accelerate our growth. We look forward to his insight, industry knowledge and experience in growing businesses to elevate the iSheriff brand, further strengthen adoption of our cloud-based security solutions and drive long-term global revenue growth.”

Prior to joining iSheriff, Lundbohm served as the founder and principal of EPL Partners, LLC., where he worked with companies, including iSheriff, on the development of global marketing strategies and demand generation programs. He has also served in senior leadership roles at leading security organizations including M86 Security (now part of Trustwave).

“I am thrilled to join the iSheriff team at a time of tremendous growth for the company and the security industry,” said Lundbohm. “iSheriff is well positioned for its next phase of growth in helping customers protect their data and devices from digital threats and I look forward to working with the executive team to expand the company’s leadership position."

iSheriff delivers the industry’s easiest to deploy and manage SaaS solution for protection against today’s multi-vector threats and compliance challenges, combining the power, flexibility and ease of a cloud-based service offering with a seamlessly integrated suite of critical technologies. This includes Web filtering and malware protection, advanced endpoint anti-malware and application controls, anti-spam and email threat prevention. For more information on iSheriff, please visit www.isheriff.com and follow the company on Twitter at @isheriffinc.

About iSheriff, Inc.

iSheriff provides the simplest and most cost-effective way to protect devices and data, keeping organizations and individuals safe from cybercrime, malware and digital threats. Thousands of businesses across a wide array of industries have deployed iSheriff solutions, including some of the most sophisticated buyers of security technology worldwide. iSheriff has operations in New York, California, Ireland and Asia.

 

 

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