CORE Security®, a leading provider of predictive security intelligence solutions, today announced the appointment of Scott Devens as senior vice president of field operations. Devens will be responsible for the Company's Sales, Marketing, Consulting and Support, operations. He brings nearly three decades of global management experience to CORE and will help the company continue its growth in the Predictive Security Intelligence market and increasing market adoption of CORE Insight.
Devens joins CORE from Courion, a leader in the Identity Access Management (IAM) market where he was senior vice president of sales and alliances. Prior to Courion, he was with Talend SA, a global technology company providing application integration business services, where he was responsible for building out the company's middleware offering. He joined Talend in 2010 when it acquired Sopera, a service-oriented architecture company he served as CEO. Prior to Sopera, Devens was vice president of global sales and alliances for Progress Software (NASDAQ: PRGS). He joined Progress following its acquisition of IONA, a publicly traded middleware software company where he was an executive officer and senior vice president of global sales. Scott has also held senior sales and general management positions at EMC.
"We are pleased to add Scott and his extensive sales and operations background to our executive team here at CORE,' said Mark Hatton, president and CEO at CORE Security. "Scott will leverage his proven track record to drive increased sales for our Predictive Security Intelligence solutions. I look forward to working closely with Scott to drive the company's continued growth.'
"I am very impressed with the opportunity that CORE's solutions offer to the market, and I look forward to the chance to drive sales and operations for the company,' said Scott Devens, Senior Vice President, Field Operations, CORE Security. "I feel the company is poised for its next significant growth stage, and I look forward to using my experience to play a leading role in this next phase.'