Kaspersky Lab has reported the appointment of Tsuyoshi Fujioka as the new General Manager of Kaspersky Lab Japan, successful January 1, 2019.
With more than three many years of involvement in the IT industry,Fujioka will initiate the proceeded key development of Kaspersky Lab in Japan.He will be capable for growing the organization’s market share in both the B2B and B2C segments. Fujioka is relied upon to expand the market impression of Kaspersky Lab’s most up to date innovations, including the organization’s answer for critical framework. He will likewise assume responsibility of fortifying associations with key channel partners in the nation.
Remarking on his appointment, Tsuyoshi Fujioka stated: “I am excited to take Kaspersky Lab Japan to the following dimension regarding market development, dynamic presence, and channel partnerships. Having worked in the IT area of Japan for over 30 years, I can bear witness to that anchoring organizations, people, and the critical industry in the nation is exceedingly necessary. With Kaspersky Lab’s extensive security portfolio customized to the cybersecurity needs of our customers, corporate partners, and even the critical verticals we have in Japan, I am certain that we can drive towards a more promising time to come here in the Land of the Rising Sun.”
Before his appointment at Kaspersky Lab, Fujioka held long-term senior influential positions in IT organizations including SonicWall Japan Ltd., and Check Point Software Technologies Japan, where he had the capacity to convey expanded year-on-year business development and seal valuable business alliances. Establishing its developing presence in the region, Kaspersky Lab Asia Pacific (APAC) today likewise denotes a more extensive reach with the consideration of Japan in its territories. Japan joins the APAC section headed by Stephan Neumeier, Managing Director of Kaspersky Lab Asia Pacific.
“Kaspersky Lab is experiencing an exciting stage in the Asia Pacific. We are developing exponentially, both in business and endeavor ventures and I am pleased to invite Japan and its new General Manager Tsuyosh Fujioka to our dynamic Asia Pacific group. With him in charge of this mechanically created territory, I am sure that his experience and comprehension of cybersecurity will offer ascent to achievement procedures and initiatives for this market,” said Neumeier. “I have been working with this region since July and I have seen numerous brilliant spots for development in the country. With it being at the fore frontof the Industrial Revolution 4.0 due to its abundant intellectual and industrial assets, Japan is prepared to launch mechanical changes and we, as a cybersecurity organization, need to guarantee that security won’t be abandoned,” Neumeier