Tufin Appoints Chief Revenue Officer and Chief Financial Officer
to Complement Global Strategy and Growth
Tufin Technologies, the market-leading provider of Security Policy Orchestration solutions, has added two key executive appointments to further strengthen its senior management team as it targets further global expansion. Ed Greene has been appointed as Chief Revenue Officer and Jack Wakileh as Chief Financial Officer to oversee the continued success of the business as Tufin leads the way in the fast-growing Security Policy Orchestration market. The company has offices in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Promoted from VP Sales, Americas at Tufin to his new position as Chief Revenue Officer, Ed Greene will be in charge of streamlining sales processes and implementing best practices throughout the company. His role will focus on aligning and managing the global revenue processes and personnel for the company. Over the last 20 years Ed has been responsible for building and leading sales organizations in the IT Security industry, and played an integral role in the acquisition of MarkMonitor by Thomson Reuters.
“Tufin continues to offer ground-breaking solutions to the business world that is facing increasing network complexity and threats,” says Ed Greene. “As Tufin’s unique Security Policy Orchestration solution becomes integral to business operations, we continue to offer the best possible innovative products and services to both new and existing customers.”
As CFO, Jack Wakileh is responsible for overseeing the company’s global financial operations, policies and strategic planning. With over 17 years of management experience in both public and private companies, Jack brings to Tufin a wealth of business growth and development experience. He previously co-founded iSpade Technologies, and was co-CEO of LeadIP Systems, which he led to its acquisition by RAD Data Communication. Prior to that Jack was CFO at Vcon during its growth stage and managed the company’s IPO on the French stock exchange.
“We’re expecting strong growth over the next few years as demand for Security Policy Orchestration solutions increases,” said Jack Wakileh. “I’m excited to be on board to help the business continue in its upward trajectory.”
“Ed and Jack’s deep industry knowledge and experience will be instrumental in growing the business and expanding our offerings,” commented Ruvi Kitov, CEO and Co-Founder, Tufin. “Together with this, we will continue to invest in research & development to support further innovation and give our customers the best-in-class products to support their security policy orchestration demands.”