KnowBe4 taps Burrows to lead ANZ sales

Security awareness trainer KnowBe4 has appointed Natalie Burrows as ANZ Sales Manager.

“The ever-changing cyber threat landscape in the APAC region presents new opportunities for all different types of organizations to make strategic decisions that will have a real impact on their security awareness, behavior and culture,” said said KnowBe4 Executive Vice President, International and Global Channel Sales Tony Jennings.

“Nat’s immense knowledge and presence in the market, combined with his leadership skills will play a major role in growing our presence in Australia and New Zealand.”

Burrows joined KnowBe4 from Medibank, where she was responsible for corporate sales.

She previously led Prosegur’s smart cash solutions sales, having spent 18 years at Australia Post, most recently as business development manager for Digital ID.

Burrows is also a mentor for Business in Heels.

She holds a graduate degree in management and an MBA, both from Monash University.

“I joined KnowBe4 because it’s unlike any company I’ve ever worked for,” Burrows said.

“Stu Sjouwerman and the management team have done an incredible job creating a company culture where our motto ‘Do it right the first time, do it fast and have fun while doing it’ resonates throughout the company. ‘company.

“KnowBe4 is the market leader in cybersecurity awareness training. It has been named one of the best places to work year after year and I have the privilege of leading a group of successful individuals while growing the markets Australian and New Zealander – what more could you ask for? I ask.”


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