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AccessData Continues Growth And Investment In APAC Region With Key Directorial Appointment

Press Release   •   Nov 07, 2013 14:52 +08

LINDON, UTAH / SINGAPORE – November 7, 2013 - AccessData, a pioneer of digital and mobile investigations, cyber security and litigation support solutions, today announced the appointment of Keith Miller as Director of International Professional Services for Asia Pacific (APAC) region, shortly after the company’s appointment of a new ASEAN regional manager.

The move is part of AccessData’s expansion plans for APAC, investing especially in ANZ and ASEAN as it anticipates significant growth driven not only by demand for its technical solutions but also by the strong demand for the company’s professional services and training capabilities.

Miller will be tasked with fulfilling the demand for professional services with AccessData’s major customers in the region and report to Simon Whitburn, Senior Vice President and General Manager, International Markets.

Born in New Zealand, Miller looks back at a stellar officer career in the armed forces of his home country and later the UK, spanning over two decades. He brings with him strong experience across a variety of areas including military police intelligence, delivery of cyber crime and intelligence functions and system delivery for key military functions on an international level.

Luke Brown, Vice President – International Markets for AccessData stated, “We experienced tremendous interest recently whilst attending GovernmentWare 2013 in Singapore and our customers that attended were very pleased not only with our continued investment into Singapore as our ASEAN ANZ hub, but with the adoption of our Cyber Incident Response (CIR) solutions. Keith’s extensive capabilities will be invaluable in the region together with those of top notch industry experts in our regional team who will strategically support our ambitious growth strategy.”

Miller’s assignment in the region follows the recent appointment of Jeremy Ho, formerly from Symantec, as AccessData’s ASEAN Regional Manager based in Singapore leading the company’s regional sales efforts. Other recent hirings include Inside Sales Representative for Southeast Asia and North Asia Geannie Tan, Sales Engineer for Asia Pacific Matthew Green who manages the technical services for existing and prospective customers, and Senior International Technical Account Manager Jonathan Shorter.

Just recently, AccessData has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the analyst firm’s 2013 Magic Quadrant for E-Discovery. The company has also been recognized as the HP AllianceOne Partner of the Year in the Security category at the HP Discover 2013 in Las Vegas.


About AccessData Group

AccessData Group has pioneered digital investigations and litigation support for more than 25 years and is the maker of FTK®, MPE+, SilentRunner, Summation and the CIRT security framework. Over that time, the company has grown to provide a family of stand-alone and enterprise-class solutions that enable digital investigations of any kind, including computer forensics, mobile forensics, incident response, e-discovery, legal review and information assurance. 130,000 users in law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and law firms around the world rely on AccessData software solutions and its premier digital investigations and hosted review services. AccessData Group is also a leading provider of digital forensics and litigation support training and certification. http://accessdata.com


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