Tufin Joins the Vendor Forum
August 15, 2018
Pete Goldin

Reuven Harrison, CTO and Co-Founder of Tufin, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Harrison led all development efforts during the company's initial fast-paced growth period, and is focused on Tufin's product leadership. He is responsible for the company's future vision, product innovation and market strategy. Under Harrison's leadership, Tufin's products have received numerous technology awards and wide industry recognition. He brings more than 20 years of software development experience, holding two key senior developer positions at Check Point Software, as well other key positions at Capsule Technologies and ECS. Harrison received a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from Tel Aviv University.

Tufin provides Network Security Policy Orchestration for enterprise cybersecurity. More than half of the top 50 companies in the Forbes Global 2000 turn to Tufin to simplify management of some of the largest, most complex networks in the world, consisting of thousands of firewall and network devices and emerging hybrid cloud infrastructures. Enterprises select the company's Tufin Orchestration Suite to increase agility in the face of ever-changing business demands while maintaining a robust security posture. The Suite reduces the attack surface and meets the need for greater visibility into secure and reliable application connectivity. Its network security automation enables enterprises to implement changes in minutes with proactive risk analysis and continuous policy compliance. Tufin serves over 2,000 customers spanning all industries and geographies; its products and technologies are patent-protected in the US and other countries.

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