CYBERMAXX™ WELCOMES NEW ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE FOR SOUTHWEST US
CyberMaxx – a managed security services provider that prevents, detects and responds to cyberattacks for healthcare organizations – is pleased to announce the addition of Kristen Nash Bentleras Senior Account Executive for the Southwest United States.
Bentler brings to the CyberMaxx team more than 8 years in the information technology industry, including a position as Key Account Manager at Telit Communications PLC where she managed a portfolio of high-level accounts throughout North America.
CyberMaxx, recently named number 93 on the Top 250 MSSPs for 2020 by MSSP Alert, will benefit from Bentler's extensive experience prospecting, securing, and managing key accounts and building strong client relationships as they continue to expand their footprint into the healthcare vertical. She will be responsible for managing key accounts in the Southwestern region of the United States.
"Kristen's expertise and people-first nature is exactly the talent and culture we strive to provide at CyberMaxx," says Sean Farrell, VP of Sales. "Together, with Kristen, and the growth of our teams, we will continue to protect our healthcare heroes through our 24/7/365 security operations center and services."
Bentler earned a bachelor's degree in Corporate Communication from The University of Texas at Austin and her master's in Advertising from the same.
CyberMaxx prevents, detects, and responds to cyberattacks for healthcare organizations. CyberMaxx equips its customers with a 24/7/365 security operations center with services including endpoint threat detection and response, network-based threat detection and prevention, security information and event management (SIEM) with advanced data analytics, vulnerability risk management, and incident response services.
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