Lands Former Optiv and KPMG Advisor Jeremy Rohrs to Lead Worldwide Channel & Alliances Strategy
SecZetta, the world’s leading non-employee identity risk and lifecycle management software
company, today announced the appointment of Jeremy Rohrs as VP of Channels and Alliances. Reporting to the SVP of Sales & Marketing, Rohrs is responsible for developing and overseeing worldwide channel strategy and programs, including reseller, implementation, and technology partnerships, to ensure they effectively support SecZetta’s growth strategies.
“Customers look to our partners for advice and support in addressing key business challenges and technology purchases. The business challenges and overall complexity of using third party vendors and non-employees can’t be overstated,” said Jason Hobart, SVP, Sales & Marketing. “Jeremy’s experience in helping companies understand the business impact of technology purchases along with his extensive knowledge and relationships in the identity and access management industry will no doubt help SecZetta build upon the momentum we have created and drive a successful channel strategy.”
Rohrs comes to SecZetta with fifteen years of experience in security, consulting and cybersecurity roles, most recently Senior Director, Client Solutions at Optiv, as well as Senior Manager, Advisory in Security & Risk Consulting at KPMG. Rohrs’ experience working with leading companies in the identity and access management space such as SailPoint and Okta will help to accelerate existing technology relationships, open up new avenues for partnerships and drive our ability to help partners identify ways to build a business around our products and joint offerings.
“I believe the growing awareness of the business challenges associated with using non-employees and SecZetta’s NE Profile and NE Access products represent an incredible opportunity for partners and customers alike,” said Rohrs. “I’m looking forward to helping accelerate strategic partnerships and SecZetta’s growth.”
The increased use of partners, vendors, and evolving regulations are forcing companies to reconsider how they address the complex process of bringing non-employees into the enterprise. The use of non-employees is being driven by the business and creates significant challenges that opens up organizations to inefficiencies and risk. Existing technology partnerships with identity and access management software companies like SailPoint, Core Security and Okta show the value in combining software for managing complex business processes with identity governance tools.
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