SureCloud names Jon Taylor-Goy as Sales Manager for EMEA

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by Mark Johnson

SureCloud, a provider of cybersecurity services and cloud-based, Integrated Risk Management solutions, has appointed Jon Taylor-Goy as EMEA Sales Manager for the cybersecurity division. 

Taylor-Goy will be instrumental in helping drive business growth, as well as establishing complimentary new service lines. 

Taylor-Goy’s expertise spans business growth, product development, and go-to-market strategies in the areas of IT risk management and governance.

He brings more than 18 years of in-depth experience in IT sales, specialising in cybersecurity, risk, and compliance. 

Prior to joining SureCloud, he worked at NCC Group for 18 years, working his way up to Head of Business Development, Risk Management, and Governance, where he formed a key role in the business development function that saw the company grow from 100 staff in one location to more than 2,000 worldwide.

“SureCloud has a compelling proposition. Its cybersecurity service offering, Pentest-as-a-Service, and approach to ongoing customer support sets the company apart from other providers and gives enormous potential for growth,” said Jon. 

“I look forward to forging new customer relationships, developing strong relationships with current clients, and working with colleagues to bring new services to market that will meet ever-evolving customer needs.”

Richard Hibbert, SureCloud CEO, said: “Enterprises across Europe are operating in a very challenging environment when it comes to IT security. 

“Their networks are becoming more complex, the attacks they face are growing in number and sophistication, and their compliance obligations regarding data security are increasing. 

“Jon’s work will bring our cybersecurity services, including SureCloud’s Pentest-as-a-Service, to a growing number of enterprises,  ensuring that our offering continues to evolve and address the challenges they face.”

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