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RSA eyes New Zealand growth

17 May 10

The company has appointed an Information and Security Specialist for the New Zealand market.

RSA, the security division of EMC, has named Julian Garreffa as Information and Security Specialist for the New Zealand market.
Based in RSA’s Melbourne offices, Garreffa will be responsible for building the New Zealand side of the business through the promotion of its core product and service offerings.  
Garreffa  has worked at RSA since 2008, heading up the Network Security team for the Victoria region where he worked with government, telcos and enterprise organisations to provide effective and robust security solutions.
“Julian is a valuable member of the RSA team and he has proven that he possesses the necessary skills and determination to help grow RSA’s market share in New Zealand. We are confident that through his leadership, expertise and industry know-how we can deliver even greater value to our customers,” said Robin Whitaker, NZ Country Manager for EMC Corporation.

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