WEEHAWKEN, NJ — Aug 25, 2021 — TrueFort, the zero trust application protection company, today announced that it has named Paul Ciesielski as Chief Revenue Officer. With over 20 years of transformational sales leadership experience, Mr. Ciesielski will oversee the expansion of TrueFort’s global sales operations and go-to-market team.
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“Paul Ciesielski is an accomplished sales leader in security with a strong track record of driving revenue growth and scaling operations to meet global demand,” said Sameer Malhotra, CEO of Truefort. “He is an inspirational leader with the expertise, relationships and management skills needed to help us grow and meet burgeoning demand for TrueFort’s zero trust application protection platform.”
Paul Ciesielski joins TrueFort with over 20 years of experience building sales organizations and driving revenue growth for companies focused on security, application and infrastructure management for enterprises and service providers. Most recently he served as CRO for ReversingLabs, a leading provider of explainable threat intelligence solutions, where he led go to market strategies for sales, marketing, channel, field engineering and customer success. Prior to that, he was CRO at SevOne, which was acquired by Turbonomic. Earlier he was Vice President of Sales at Chef Software where he helped the company achieve triple-digit growth. He has also held senior sales and leadership roles at AppDynamics (acquired by Cisco), Mazu (acquired by Riverbed Technology), and Mercury (acquired by HP).
“TrueFort addresses critical visibility and security gaps in both application protection and cloud workload protection,” said Paul Ciesielski. “Our ability to provide zero trust application protection across cloud and hybrid environments is unique in the industry. It’s an exciting time to join the company, and I look forward to helping TrueFort capitalize on a big market opportunity.”