Prakash Panjwani along with Mike Kohlsdorf, the interim CEO, will both join WatchGuard’s board.
Prakash Panjwani has been appointed chief executive of WatchGuard Technologies in Seattle.
Previously, Panjwani spent 12 years with SafeNet as CEO and led the company to its $890 million acquisition this past January by Gemalto. Before being CEO, he was the senior vice president and general manager of SafeNet’s data-protection group.
At SafeNet, Panjwani led the acquisition of 12 companies, including Aladdin Knowledge Systems and Cryptocard. He also held management positions at Certicom Corp., Motorola and Telcordia (formerly Bellcore).
Panjwani along with Mike Kohlsdorf, the interim CEO, will both join WatchGuard’s board.
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