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Morphisec Appoints Andrew Homer as Vice President of Business Development

Former RSA Development Director Will Build Strategic Business Partnerships for Moving Target Defense Provider as it Expands Beyond 2 Million Endpoints

BE’ER SHEVA, ISRAEL and BOSTON, MA – February 26, 2019 – Morphisec, the leader in Moving Target Defense, today announced that Andrew Homer joined the company as Vice President of Business Development. The appointment comes during a period of significant momentum for Morphisec, including the deployment of its Endpoint Threat Prevention platform on more than two million endpoints, as well as an expanding global technical and partner ecosystem that includes agreements with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, RSA Security, and SECOM Singapore. 

“Andrew has a proven ability to create strategic partnerships in our next phase of growth,” said Ronen Yehoshua, CEO of Morphisec. “In addition to having been on both the product and business ends, Andrew understands the deep nuances necessary to drive our successful partnerships with resellers and integrators, as well as complementary technologies, that are increasingly looking to add the only endpoint security solution built from the ground up to protect OS Memory to their portfolios.”

Prior to joining Morphisec, Homer was Director of Business Development and Technology Alliances at RSA, where he led the company’s technology ecosystem, strategic alliances and embedded OEM partnerships. Over the past two decades, Homer has gained a wealth of both corporate and high-growth experience, having held business development positions at Dell, EMC and VMware. Andrew attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst for his undergraduate degree and obtained his MBA from Babson College.

“It’s exciting to be joining Morphisec at such an important inflection point for the company,” added Homer. “Increasingly, advanced attacks are evading traditional endpoint tools, and only Morphisec’s Moving Target Defense is addressing this broad security gap with a revolutionary approach to defending against unknown attacks."