GreatHorn Appoints Connie Yuen as Vice President of Finance

Waltham, MA – December 3, 2019 – GreatHorn, provider of the only email security platform that protects organizations before, during, and after an email attack, today announced the appointment of Connie Yuen as its Vice President of Finance. In this role, Yuen will be responsible for driving the financial strategy that supports GreatHorn’s continual growth as the leading innovator in the email security space.

“GreatHorn is recognized by Fortune 500 companies as a key partner in protecting their business from sophisticated spear phishing and social engineering attacks,” GreatHorn CEO Kevin O’Brien said. “As we continue to secure adoption from global enterprises, we need an accomplished financial leader to help guide the company through its next phase of growth. Connie’s experience managing high-growth companies through sound business judgment and strategic thinking make her an ideal selection for our organization.”

Yuen brings more than 20 years of progressive experience in managing finance and accounting operations and played major roles in streamlining business processes, debt financing, and M&A activities for companies like Localytics, CloudLock, and CounterTack.

“In my role, I understand better than most the importance of risk management. GreatHorn’s unique ability to reduce the risk of email-based attacks through its comprehensive email security platform is compelling,” said Yuen. “I’m excited to join a passionate management team that is committed to introducing innovative technologies to the ever-growing email security problem.”

Targeted attacks on cloud communication platforms like email are the biggest threats facing the modern connected enterprise. GreatHorn Email Security offers a single, comprehensive platform that provides organizations with adaptive threat detection, automated protection, “in the moment of risk” user education, and integrated threat remediation capabilities.

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