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RSA appoints ANZ Business Manager

09 Sep 10

RSA, the Security Division of EMC, has named Chad Alpert as RSA Archer Business Manager for Australia and New Zealand.

Alpert will be responsible for all aspects of RSA Archer eGRC solutions across the ANZ region and will focus on building the firm’s regional capability and supporting the RSA Archer business.

“I am looking forward to some exciting times for RSA over the next 12 to 24 months, with the global and regional focus on Risk and Compliance continuing to mount, I can see great opportunity to develop the capability of the RSA Archer business within the region”, said Alpert.

Alpert comes to the role with a background in Information Technology and Risk Management as a Senior Risk Management Consultant with CSC Australia.

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