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Illumio Appoints Mario Espinoza as Chief Product Officer

May 2022 by Patrick LEBRETON

Former Palo Alto Networks and Symantec Executive to Lead Product Strategy and Engineering as Market Demand for Zero Trust Segmentation Accelerates

Illumio, Inc., the Zero Trust Segmentation company, announce the appointment of Mario Espinoza as Chief Product Officer (CPO). Espinoza has nearly two decades of experience in network, cloud, and data security, building innovative product suites for some of the world’s top security organizations. In this role, he will lead product strategy and the product management and engineering organizations to fuel continued innovation across the Illumio Zero Trust Segmentation product portfolio.

Prior to joining Illumio, Espinoza served as the Vice President of SaaS Security and Data Protection at Palo Alto Networks, where he played an instrumental role as the business launched its cloud security suite. There, he led an extended team of more than 120 people to define and drive the company strategy on SaaS security and data protection, including the introduction and delivery of several new cloud products and the successful acquisition of a cloud data protection company. Prior to Palo Alto Networks, Espinoza spent over a decade at Symantec, where he held several product management leadership positions and served as the Vice President of Product Management for Information Protection.

This announcement comes at a time of rapid growth and advancement for Illumio. Earlier this month, the company announced an expanded partnership and integration with IBM Security that allows customers to better detect, contain, respond, and recover from ransomware with speed. Illumio was also named a Leader in The Forrester New Wave™: Microsegmentation, Q1 2022. The Illumio platform provides a modern approach to Zero Trust Segmentation to stop breaches from spreading across hybrid IT, from the cloud to the data center.

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