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Saviynt Bolsters Board with Top Tech Executives from SentinelOne, Infoblox to Fuel Next Growth Phase

Saviynt, a leading cloud-native identity and governance platform provider, announced the appointment of SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten and retired Infoblox CEO Jesper Andersen to its Board of Directors. This strategic move aims to leverage their extensive experience to propel Saviynt into its next phase of success.

The company celebrated a milestone year in 2023, marked by exceptional growth, key executive additions, new customer acquisitions, and significant industry recognition. For the third consecutive year, Saviynt was named the "customers' choice" by Gartner Peer Insights, receiving the highest overall rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Weingarten and Andersen are enthusiastic about Saviynt's potential to lead the market in access management and identity governance. "Access management is a critical piece of cybersecurity, and Saviynt has built a solid foundation for growth," said Weingarten. Andersen added, "Saviynt's platform has a very strong position to help manage identity overall, which is why I was really excited about this opportunity."

Both new board members bring a wealth of experience in building fast-growing businesses. Weingarten founded SentinelOne in 2013, transforming it into one of the fastest-growing companies globally and achieving the largest cybersecurity IPO in history. Andersen has over two decades of experience in executive leadership positions in global enterprise software and infrastructure companies, including Infoblox, Cisco, Oracle Corp, and Peoplesoft.

Saviynt CEO Sachin Nayyar expressed his excitement about the new appointments, stating, "Their collective experience and leadership are invaluable assets as we navigate the dynamic landscape of enterprise identity security."

To support its growth objectives, Saviynt plans to expand its sales personnel, customer support assets, and marketing investments. The company has over 400 channel partners globally and aims to strengthen and expand these relationships in 2024, particularly in new markets like Japan, while maintaining momentum in North America, APAC, and Europe.

Saviynt's Enterprise Identity Cloud (EIC) has been increasingly adopted by organizations to maximize ROI, lower costs, reduce complexity, and streamline Identity and Access Management (IAM) processes. The company has released major new cloud platform capabilities to support identity governance, cloud privileged access management (CPAM), and identity analytics and intelligence, embracing Zero Trust principles.

Customers like Phillips 66 and Syneos Health have praised Saviynt's ability to manage both on-premises and cloud environments, as well as the flexibility and agility it provides in a fast-changing world.

With the addition of Weingarten and Andersen to its board, Saviynt is poised to redefine and lead the next chapter in performance, scalability, and efficiency in converged identity security for multinational corporations across diverse markets.

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