Company Overview of WatchGuard Technologies, Inc.
WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. manufactures network security products. The company offers next-generation firewall appliances, such as packet filtering, intrusion prevention, application control, data loss prevention, and advanced persistent threat blockers; unified threat management products, including gateway antivirus, spamBlocker, WebBlocker, LiveSecurity, and reputation enabled defense solutions; and other security products, such as secure wireless, secure email gateway, and virtual solutions. It serves education, energy, financial service, government, healthcare, managed service, manufacturing and distribution, publishing, real estate, retail and hospitality, technology, and transportat...
505 Fifth Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for WatchGuard Technologies, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Customer Services and Support
Director of Global Analyst & Public Relations
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. Key Developments
WatchGuard Technologies Announces Executive Appointments
May 18 15
Prakash Panjwani has been appointed chief executive of WatchGuard Technologies. Previously, Panjwani spent 12 years with SafeNet as CEO and led the company to its $890 million acquisition this past January by Gemalto. Panjwani along with Mike Kohlsdorf, the interim CEO, will both join WatchGuard's board.
WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. Announces New Appointments
Apr 16 15
WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. announced it has named Prakash Panjwani its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and that he and interim CEO, Mike Kohlsdorf, will be joining its Board of Directors. Panjwani is a proven information security executive that has spent the last 12 years with SafeNet. Before becoming the CEO of SafeNet, he was the Senior Vice President and General Manager of the company's Data Protection group.
WatchGuard Technologies Announces Next-Generation Firewall and Unified Threat Management Appliances
Dec 18 14
WatchGuard® Technologies announced that its Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) and Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliances offer enhanced guest network access features to allow hospitality organizations to quickly and easily provide temporary user passwords to better secure guest Internet and Wi-Fi networks. Free Wi-Fi was recently rated the most important in-room hotel amenity, above a bathroom with shower and daily housekeeping.[i] While Internet access may be a priority, lax security controls often jeopardize guest network users and create a risky proposition for global travelers wanting to stay connected. A recent WatchGuard survey revealed that 71% of global hotels, restaurants and other hospitality organizations do not provide unique temporary user passwords for guest Wi-Fi networks, which could compromise corporate and guest network security.[ii] With WatchGuard's new features, hospitality organizations can now tailor the user experience with custom hotspot splash pages branded with company logos. They can also provide flexible account options, such as configurable time limits, batch-generated usernames and passwords and password-only voucher options. Liability can also be minimized with custom terms and conditions. Convenience is enhanced by allowing guest administrator roles for non-IT staff to generate accounts.
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