Asheem Chandna joins Neoteris advisory board
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Asheem Chandna joins Neoteris advisory board

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 17 April 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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MOUNTAIN VIEW: Neoteris, an instant secure application access vendor, on Wednesday announced that Asheem Chandna has joined its advisory board, as the company continues to grow its industry leadership, global operations and product development.

Most recently, Chandna was vice president of Business Development and Product Management with Check Point Software Technologies. Chandna worked at Check Point for more than six years and was part of the core management team that led and grew Check Point into becoming the worldwide leader in securing the Internet. Chandna founded Check Point's Business Development and Product Management organizations. He also led corporate marketing during high-growth years, and was responsible for leading Check Point's business/product strategy and industry partnerships.

"We are pleased to add Asheem's leadership and industry experience to our extended leadership team," said Neoteris President and CEO Krishna "Kittu" Kolluri. "Asheem brings a wealth of business development, product management and marketing experience. He is also credited with creating, leading and growing Check Point's OPSEC Alliance into the largest and most successful partner program in the information security industry. His strong background and track record of success will serve us well as we continue to broaden our vision, product base and markets."

"Neoteris has revolutionized instant secure access, via its industry-leading family of SSL-based access appliances," said Asheem Chandna. "Neoteris is uniquely positioned for continued strong growth, as it continues to add new customers and grow its industry category leadership, marketshare and mindshare. I am excited to join the Neoteris advisory board."

Prior to Check Point, Chandna was vice president of Marketing at CoroNet Systems, a venture-funded startup, where he helped create and define a new industry product category for application-aware network monitoring. After Compuware acquired CoroNet, Asheem led Marketing for the EcoNet Division at Compuware. Before that, Chandna held senior marketing and product management positions with SynOptics/Bay Networks and AT&T Bell Laboratories. He holds BS and MS degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

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