Netskope appoints new CxO Advisor 


Su Le will strengthen Middle East cybersecurity initiatives by facilitating strategic security transformations.

Netskope has roped in Su Le to its esteemed and ever-growing advisory board. Su Le joins Netskope following a number of years in leadership roles at Saudi Government initiative NEOM. He will serve as a crucial liaison between Netskope and the Middle East, offering guidance to Netskope’s customers as they navigate the complex cybersecurity landscape of the region, and leverage Netskope’s cutting-edge solutions to fortify their digital infrastructure.

With a background in cybersecurity strategy and executive leadership, both within the Middle East and Globally, Su Le brings a wealth of experience to Netskope’s advisory team. His appointment underscores Netskope’s commitment to providing tailored support to organizations within the region, empowering them to address evolving cybersecurity challenges effectively.

“The cybersecurity landscape in the Middle East faces a growing threat of increasingly sophisticated attack vectors. CxO executives need to learn how to demystify cybersecurity to pave the way for new opportunity and tightened defenses – especially in the context of digital transformation and implementation of cybersecurity protocols. With a history working in both the Middle East and global cybersecurity landscapes, I am looking forward to promoting innovative and comprehensive cloud-native solutions as part of the Netskope team,” said Le.

Jonathan Mepsted, Vice President, Middle East and Africa at Netskope, commented, “We are excited to have Su, with his wealth of knowledge and razor-sharp expertise, to make this very daunting transformational journey as seamless as possible across the board. Le’s prior experience as a member of SambaNova Systems’ advisory board emphasizes the importance of his expertise in guiding organizations through crucial transformative security initiatives.”

Netskope’s expansion of its CxO Advisory Board comes at a time of rapid growth and innovation for the company. The company has expanded its EMEA team significantly, bolstering the regional leadership in order to better support local organizations in their adoption of Security Service Edge (SSE) on their journey to SASE. 

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