Zscaler Appoints Director of Transformation Strategy for Asia Pacific and Japan

Bangalore : Zscaler, the leader in cloud security has appointed Sudip Banerjee as the Director of Transformation Strategy Asia Pacific and Japan. Based in Mumbai, Banerjee joins Zscaler with more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry and will be responsible for supporting customers with transforming their on-premise network and security stack to the cloud.

Most recently, Banerjee was Group Chief Technology Officer at Reliance Capital where he was responsible for implementing Digital transformation and large IT initiatives across diverse businesses spanning Lending, Insurance, and Asset management. Prior, he spent ten years at Reliance General Insurance in several roles, including Chief Risk & Technology Officer as well as Chief Operating Officer. He was also previously Vice President – IT at GE Money and SAP Consultant at PwC. He was also previously Vice President – IT at GE Money and SAP Consultant at PwC.

“Sudip brings to the table domain expertise in the financial services industry combined with deep dive experience in driving digital transformation programs, public cloud SaaS adoption and rearchitecting network infrastructure for enhanced user productivity and improved security posture,” said Scott Robertson, Vice President Asia Pacific and Japan, Zscaler. “As our first ever Director of Transformation Strategy for Asia Pacific, Sudip brings exceptional regional market knowledge to Zscaler as well as experience with cloud IT deployments, both of which make him an ideal executive to support customers.

Sudip Banerjee said, “Zscaler delivers a winning formula for the region with leading cloud-based security solutions, a strong channel structure and proven expertise in helping businesses in Asia Pacific boost their cyber security. I’m looking forward to working with customers to assist Zscaler in helping our customers drive competitive advantage at a time when we’ve seen additional risk from cyber criminals in the wake of coronavirus as well as nation state activity and potential vulnerabilities in working from home among employees working for companies who may not have the IT infrastructure to handle a large remote workforce.”

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