Brian Anderson brings more than 25 years of global enterprise software and security industry experience to BeyondTrust, where he will be responsible for all aspects of corporate brand development, lead and demand generation to increase awareness and interest in all customer and investor segments. In addition, he will be responsible for building a VAR channel to expand distribution for BeyondTrust products globally. Prior to BeyondTrust, Anderson served as a serially successful chief marketing officer for several venture-funded companies. At Siderean Software, his branding efforts garnered rave reviews and numerous awards, including innovator status in the Gartner Magic Quadrant. At Avamar Technologies, his leadership resulted in a huge revenue increase and numerous awards. Avamar was subsequently acquired by EMC. Prior to Avamar, Anderson was director of marketing at IBM s Tivoli Security and Storage, a role he inherited after successful building industry leader Access360 s brand and sales pipeline through successful positioning for a sale to IBM. Anderson also served as chief marketing officer of HNC Software, which experienced tremendous growth during his tenure and was successfully acquired by Fair Isaac in 2002. Anderson served for seven years prior to HNC at FileNet Corporation, culminating in his role as vice president of worldwide corporate marketing. At FileNet, Anderson built a tremendous global channel organization that ultimately represented almost 50 percent of the company s revenue. He received his bachelor of science degree in computer science from the University of New Orleans.
Brian Anderson's Books
Preventing Good People From Doing Bad Things
- Publication Date: October 15, 2011
- ISBN13: 978-1-4302-3921-5
With all of the threats to their security, many corporations have learned the hard way that threats can come from both the outside and from within. This is a book promoting the concept of least privilege. It will give readers information on protecting virtual environments, policy, compliance and more to keep good people from doing bad things. Learn More …