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British Telecommunications appoints new VP for security in AMEA

10 Aug 2017

British Telecommunications (BT) has announced the appointment of Juni Yan as vice president for security in Asia, Middle East and Africa (AMEA).

In her new role Juni will be based in Hong Kong and will report to Mark Hughes, CEO of BT Security to effectively be in charge of all aspects of BT’s cybersecurity business in the region.

Juni joins BT from F5 Networks, where she held the position of managing director for Hong Kong and Taiwan. BT asserts Juni has a proven track record of success, boasting more than 20 years of experience across multiple disciplines in IT sales leadership, project delivery and business consultancy.

Before her time at F5, Juni was employed with Oracle where held a number of sales leadership positions over 15 years with the company.

“I am delighted to join BT to lead the AMEA security team. Security is a very fast moving market and companies have to remain alert to stay ahead of the game. I look forward to working with BT’s talented, dynamic team that works around the clock to keep our assets, our business and our customers safe,” Juni says.

This appointment undoubtedly strengthens BT’s presence not only just in AMEA but all around the world, as it delivers managed security services, threat intelligence analysis and management, and consultancy services to help customers protect their organisations from the growing threats of cyberattacks.

BT president of AMEA, Kevin Taylor says the company is ecstatic the with new appointment.

“Juni’s outstanding credentials in building high-performing sales organizations will help us realise our growth ambitions in AMEA. The breadth and depth of her experience in the IT and telecoms industry will be an indispensable asset to our multifaceted regional operations,” concludes Taylor.

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