Indegy Appoints Gaby Koren Vice President, Americas

Indegy, the leader in industrial cyber security, today announced that Gabriela (Gaby) Koren has joined the company as Vice President, Americas.

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Indegy, the leader in industrial cyber security, today announced that Gabriela (Gaby) Koren has joined the company as Vice President, Americas. She brings more than 20 years of international experience in enterprise technology sales, business development, alliances management and field marketing to Indegy.

“Gaby is a proven sales executive with experience representing a wide range of cyber security and other enterprise technologies in the Americas,” said Barak Perelman, CEO of Indegy. “She brings a valuable blend of sales, partnership and general management skills to our team. Gaby will play a pivotal role in expanding our market share and establishing alliances to support Indegy’s go to market strategy.”

Prior to joining Indegy, Gaby was executive vice president at Panaya, an Infosys company, where she was responsible for sales and marketing in the Americas. Under her leadership, the company tripled its business in the region. Previously, she was general manager for North America at Radvision, an Avaya company, a leading provider of advanced enterprise video conferencing solutions. Gaby also served in several executive positions at NICE Systems, including head of the global alliances and partners team, vice president of sales for Asia Pacific and director of sales for the Caribbean and Latin America. She holds a BA in Behavioral Sciences from the College of Management in Tel Aviv and an Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.

“Operators of critical infrastructure and industrial facilities now recognize their networks and control systems are being targeted by both financially motivated cyber attackers and nation states,” said Gaby Koren. “As a result, market demand for security solutions tailor-made for mitigating threats to operational technology networks is taking off. Indegy’s unique ability to provide visibility into industrial security risks will enable us to continue to capture a lion’s share of this market.”

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