Lowe ends eight year stint at Check Point


Lowe ends eight year stint at Check Point

Simon Quicke
Security vendor Check Point is mapping out the fresh management reporting chains after it emerged that its current regional head of Northern Europe Nick Lowe was leaving the firm after eight years.

Lowe ran the UK for a while in his time at the vendor before stepping up to the Northern European role a couple of years ago but will leave at the end of the month.

The UK managing director Terry Greer-King will continue to run things unchanged reporting into Bruno Darmon, vice president of European sales.

Greer-King stepped into the UK management role a year ago and has been actively trying to encourage resellers to take more of the vendor's product range.

In a statement Check Point said it wished Lowe "all the best for the future".

Lowe appears to be destined to reemerge quickly in the security industry in a senior position at Cyber Ark but was unavailable to confirm this at time of writing.

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