SEATTLE – March 19, 2019 – ExtraHop, provider of enterprise cyber analytics from the inside out, today announced the addition of two veterans of the security and technology industries as the company accelerates into a period of fast growth and establishes itself as a leading vendor in enterprise cybersecurity. Corey Bodzin, former product executive at Tenable and Qualys, will lead the Product Management team as Vice President. Aron Digumarthi, a former customer success executive from HPE and Beckon, joins as Vice President of Customer Success.
"The security industry is evolving rapidly in response to an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape, and market leadership requires a combination of innovation, agility, and market responsiveness," said Arif Kareem, CEO, ExtraHop. "With decades of combined experience leading product management and customer success teams for major security and IT players, Corey and Aron have the deep industry expertise and vision to help ExtraHop not only build market-leading technology, but turn our customers into the world's most advanced security and IT organizations."
Prior to ExtraHop, Bodzin spent the last 13 years in product management at cyber security companies including Tenable and Qualys, both of which he helped grow from organizations with roughly 300 people and $100 million revenues into successful public companies. Bodzin brings a customer-centric approach to product management, leading teams that work cross-functionally with development, sales and marketing, support, and customers to build best-in-class products.
Digumarthi brings a proven track record of growing and leading customer success and professional services teams for companies including startups like Beckon and established players like Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. In addition to his customer success leadership, Digumarthi has a background in software development, ERP architecture and quality systems.
These appointments come on the heels of recent high-profile additions to the ExtraHop board, including former F5 CEO John McAdam and Secureworks CEO Mike Cote. The company also announced it surpassed $100 million in bookings in 2018, fueled by 10x growth in cybersecurity in the second half of the year. To learn more about the company's industry-leading security analytics platform, explore the ExtraHop interactive online demo.