They’ve been a focus of attention for IT security teams for years, yet the threats posed by phishing campaigns are showing no sign of easing. Phishing remains a popular tactic for cybercriminals for one simple reason: it works. If a staff member can be tricked into clicking on a link or opening an email attachment containing malicious code, the result can be open access to their organisation’s entire IT infrastructure.
Anthony Daniel, Regional Director – Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands, WatchGuard Technologies.
Anthony Daniel has two decades of sales and senior account experience in the IT and telecommunications industry. He is responsible for leading WatchGuard Technologies’ sales growth and business expansion across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands while overseeing all aspects of management, including channel partner development, distribution strategy and revenue growth. Anthony was previously Senior Regional Sales Manager for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands at SolarWinds during which time he worked on growing the contribution from the channel, landing new enterprise customers and achieved solid traction across the Pacific Islands. Prior, he was Senior Sales Manager at Oracle where he managed the team with a go-to-market strategy for both on-premise and cloud solutions initially in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory and subsequently in Victoria and Tasmania. He also has ten years’ sales management experience at Vocus Group and several years working in account management at Vodafone.
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