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SecZetta Adds Ronen Zoran to Board of Advisors

FALL RIVER, Mass. – December 15, 2020SecZetta, the leading provider of third-party identity risk solutions, today announced the appointment of Ronen Zoran to its Board of Advisors. An accomplished corporate executive with decades of experience building and counseling high-growth companies in the security industry, Zoran will advise the SecZetta leadership team on its go-to-market strategy.

“Ron brings a deep understanding of business development, sales, and the cybersecurity industry to our advisory board,” said David Pignolet, CEO and founder of SecZetta. “At SecZetta, we are focused on empowering organizations to better understand, manage, and reduce the risks associated with third-party user populations including contractors, affiliates, and non-human workers. Ron’s proven success advising cybersecurity companies on strategic growth will be invaluable as we quickly scale and continue building a world-class cybersecurity software organization.”

Zoran has held several senior leadership positions, most recently as the Chief Revenue Officer at CyberArk, the global leader in privileged access management. Zoran was an early member of the CyberArk team and oversaw the company’s growth from startup to the multi-billion dollar publicly traded company it is today. He currently serves as a Strategic Advisory Board Member for ClearSky and Board Member for Cynet Security, Intezer, CyberX and IntSights. Zoran holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and psychology from Bar-llan University and an MBA from Northeastern University.

“In just a short time, SecZetta has established itself as a key industry player filling a critical gap in identity risk that has been created by a lack of automation around the access granted to third parties including the increasing number of non-human workers like bots,” said Zoran. “I look forward to working closely with David Pignolet and other members of his leadership team to accelerate the global market adoption of SecZetta’s Third-Party Identity Risk and Identity Consolidation solutions.”