Securonix has announced the immediate appointment of Nayaki Nayyar as Chief Executive Officer and member of its Board of Directors. Sachin Nayyar (unrelated), the company’s founder and former CEO, has been appointed Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Ms. Nayyar has over 25 years of experience leading transformation, innovation, and growth in large enterprise software companies. She was most recently President and Chief Product Officer at Ivanti, where she was in charge of Cybersecurity, Automation, Edge and Endpoint Device Management, and Service Management. She was instrumental in Ivanti’s significant growth over the last two years, including acquisitions, the launch of Ivanti’s Neurons Platform, and doubling its total addressable market from $30 billion to $60 billion. Ms. Nayyar previously held executive positions at BMC Software and SAP.
“I am extremely proud to join Securonix, an exceptionally innovative pioneer that has redefined the SIEM market, been named a leader in SIEM by Gartner four years in a row, and set the standard for cloud-native security analytics and operations,” said Nayaki Nayyar, Securonix’s Chief Executive Officer. “Securonix has demonstrated excellence in a variety of domains, including product innovation in Next-Gen SIEM, UEBA, and SOAR, threat detection/hunting, data science, and operations, and is now poised to scale its operations and reach.” I am excited to work with the Securonix team to achieve our mission of addressing the cybersecurity challenges that organizations around the world face.”
“I am delighted to welcome Nayaki to the Securonix team on behalf of the Board of Directors,” said Sachin Nayyar, Executive Chairman of Securonix. “With the industry-leading solution in the SIEM, UEBA, and SOAR markets, as well as strategic GTM partnerships with Snowflake and AWS, Securonix is well-positioned for sustained long-term growth.” Nayaki’s track record of innovative corporate leadership and deep subject matter expertise make her the ideal leader to guide Securonix through its next stage of expansion.”