Claroty appoints Jason Pearce as Field Chief Technology Officer, APJ

Jason Pearce

SYDNEY – June 26, 2024 – Claroty, the cyber-physical systems (CPS) protection company, today announced the appointment of Jason Pearce to the role of Field Chief Technology Officer for Asia Pacific & Japan. The introduction of this new role underscores Claroty’s outstanding growth in the region and its commitment to helping critical infrastructure organisations secure their increasingly complex environments.

In this role, Jason will be responsible for helping customers understand the operational risks of XIoT and cyber-physical systems, and safeguard their critical industrial security assets. He will provide thought leadership and security advisory to customers to ensure they have the right cyber resilience programs in place to manage their ever-expanding attack surfaces, reporting to Eddie Stefanescu, Claroty’s General Manager in Asia Pacific & Japan.

Before joining Claroty, Jason was the Director of Customer Success in Asia Pacific for Mimecast. During his tenure, Jason was responsible for driving customer satisfaction across the organisation, with the primary objective of ensuring that customers achieve their desired outcomes while maximising the value of Mimecast’s cyber security solutions.

Prior to Mimecast, Jason was the Chief Technology Officer for Asia Pacific, Japan, Middle East & Africa at enterprise software provider IFS. In this role, he led the IFS presales team in-region, where he championed a range of emerging technologies and applied them to his customers’ key business challenges. With an extensive and well-accomplished career, Jason has also held various security senior leadership roles in consulting and pre-sales at ClickSoftware (Salesforce), MailGuard, EMC, RSA, Oracle, Cisco Systems and Hewlett Packard.

“As one of the world’s leading cybersecurity companies, I am thrilled to be joining the Claroty team. Their track record of innovation in the industrial cybersecurity space is an exciting prospect that presents a great opportunity to work across a diverse and high-profile customer base. In this new role, my goal is to provide customers with best practice advice on digital transformation and exposure management, while arming them with the best cyber security tools that can be easily adopted and translated into strong return on investments.” –Jason Pearce, Field Chief Technology Officer, APJ.

The appointment follows a strong period of growth for Claroty, with the company surpassing $100 million in annual recurring revenue (ARR) in 2023. Most recently, Claroty secured an additional $100 million in strategic growth financing, making them the most well-funded cybersecurity company in the industrial (OT), healthcare (IoMT), and enterprise IoT sectors to date, with a total funding of USD 735 million.

The company also now works with 20% of the Fortune 100 companies and has received a range of accolades from industry analysts, including winning ‘Best in KLAS’ for Healthcare IoT Security four years in a row, being named in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 three years in a row, the Forbes Cloud 100 for two years in a row, and the inaugural Fortune Cyber 60.


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