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New Kaspersky Lab ANZ general manager to drive enterprise sales

25 Feb 16

Peter Brady is officially taking on the role of general manager for Kaspersky Lab ANZ.

Brady will take over from Andrew Mamonitis, who left the company early this month to work for Hemisphere Technologies as a director on the board based out of the Melbourne office. 

At Kaspersky Lab, Brady will be responsible for developing the company’s strategic business plan for the ANZ region, and building partnerships that will steer the company towards continued growth in the enterprise arena, according to the company.

Brady has 22 years’ management experience in the IT industry, including four years as Kaspersky Lab ANZ’s channel sales manager. He has previously held management positions at MYOB, Pica Australia, and Coca Cola.

“I’m thrilled to take the lead following the successful reign of Andrew Mamonitis, and manoeuvre the company as a more dominant player in the ANZ security market.

“I look forward to leading and mentoring the ever-growing team to achieve the company’s goals and expand its presence in the enterprise arena,” Brady says.

Maxim Mitrokhin, Kaspersky Lab managing director for APAC, says, “I am delighted to secure Peter Brady in this dynamic and engaging role. I am certain he will passionately represent the interests of our company, and those of our partners.”

Brady will commence the role as general manager immediately.

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