April 5, 2012
has been appointed vice president of products for Commtouch
(Nasdaq: CTCH). Mr. Wilson has more than 20 years of experience in the technology and communications industries, including more than 10 years of experience in information security.
"We're refining our strategic approach toward product development and enhanced services," said
, CEO, Commtouch. "Brett's experience has shaped him into the ideal leader for our new initiatives."
Before joining Commtouch, Mr. Wilson lead portfolio management across product lines and drove multiple technology and service initiatives as vice president of product strategy for Trustwave. In addition, he subsequently restructured Trustwave's strategic and tactical partnering approaches as vice president of global channels and business development.
Mr. Wilson also led product management, global business development and EMEA sales and marketing for Breach Security, a leading web application firewall vendor acquired by Trustwave, and held business development, product management, strategy, and operations roles at Symantec.
Mr. Wilson has a BA from
and an MBA from the
University of Maryland
"I'm looking forward to leveraging Commtouch's exceptional technology and unique cloud infrastructure to serve the rapidly evolving security requirements of our service provider, ISV and OEM partners and to address new market opportunities," said Mr. Wilson. "Commtouch is well positioned for growth through delivering innovative and cost-effective solutions. Clear vision, disciplined analysis, and outstanding execution are essential to our continued success."
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