Barracuda Snaps Up IT Industry Guru


Philippe Cazaubon has been appointed as Regional Director for Southeast Asia and Korea at Barracuda Networks. As Barracuda’s Regional Director, he is responsible for accelerating the company’s business expansion and sales momentum in Southeast Asia and Korea. Cazaubon is based in Singapore, reporting to James Forbes-May, Vice President for Asia-Pacific, Barracuda.

A natural leader with vast experience in B2B technology, Cazaubon has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry, previously holding leadership positions at StorCentric, RateIntegration and Overland Storage. With expertise spanning Cybersecurity, SaaS, Data Protection, Data Management & Storage, and Backup, he has extensive business development and channel experience in APAC, EMEA, and the US.

“I’m excited to join Barracuda and empower our customers in Southeast Asia and Korea to take advantage of the cloud with advanced protection. Barracuda is a well-established company with a great reputation and a broad portfolio of cloud-first security solutions that are easy to buy, deploy, and use. As we emerge from the growing security challenges amid the pandemic, we’re committed to protecting our customers’ business journey and ramping up our operations across the region,” said Philippe Cazaubon, Regional Director for Southeast Asia and Korea, Barracuda.

Commenting on the appointment, James Forbes-May, Vice President for Asia-Pacific, Barracuda, said, “Philippe is a huge asset to our team in the region. Having been based in Asia since 1999, he has a deep understanding of the region and its business values coupled with a strong spectrum of expertise. While Asia-Pacific’s IT landscape is still different to other regions, security challenges are still very much the same with possibly the worst yet to come, so we remain committed to working with our partners and customers in Singapore and across the region to ensure that we work together to continue to pre-empt, prepare and protect against ever-evolving cybersecurity threats.”


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