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WatchGuard hires ANZ systems engineer

05 Oct 2010

WatchGuard Technologies has named Matthew See as ANZ Systems Engineer, Northern Region.

Based in Sydney, See will be responsible for customer and partner technical support in New South Wales, Queensland, the ACT and New Zealand. See joins WatchGuard with 15 years’ experience in systems and security management having worked for several global financial and IT service organisations. 

“I am thrilled to welcome Matthew to the WatchGuard team in Australia.  He has an outstanding track record in deploying and supporting complex security infrastructure and policies as well as creating successful project outcomes in line with overall IT strategy and corporate goals,” said Scott Robertson, ANZ Regional Director, WatchGuard. See was also a drafter for Kinhill Spence and Bassett Consulting Engineers.

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