Check Point announces significant changes to leadership team


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Check Point Software Technologies has announced significant leadership changes to bolster crucial business areas and continue providing high security.

The company has hired Nataly Kremer as Chief Product Officer and Head of R&D, appointed Dr. Dorit Dor as Chief Technology Officer and promoted Rupal Hollenbeck to President of Check Point.

These changes come as Check Point accelerates its technology and business performance.

Gil Shwed, Founder and CEO, Check Point said: “We are excited to have Nataly on board and confident that her expertise will be invaluable to our products organisation.

“We are also proud to have Dorit take on the role of Chief Technology Officer and continue leading our rocket initiatives and we congratulate Rupal on her well deserved promotion to President of Check Point.”

Kremer brings extensive R&D and leadership experience to Check Point. She joins the company after 12 years with AT&T, where she led its Software and Delivery organisation and was the General Manager of AT&T´s R&D center in Israel.

As the new Chief Product Officer and Head of R&D, Kremer will oversee all product and technology units and use her proficiency in delivering network, security and cloud technologies for large enterprises to meet customer needs.

Dor, one of the most senior women in the cybersecurity industry, has been instrumental in building Check Point into a leading player for over 27 years. As Chief Technology Officer, Dor will continue to spearhead the company’s rocket initiatives.

Hollenbeck – a technology leader with 28 years’ experience at some of the world’s largest companies – played a key role as Check Point’s Chief Commercial Officer, creating the strategy and work plans to achieve the company’s goal of accelerated growth.

She will continue to oversee the go-to-market operations, with a focus on delivering the best security experience to organisations worldwide.

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