Ubiq Establishes Regional HQ in Tokyo and Appoints Several Industry Veterans

Technology industry veterans brought onboard to drive growth in Japan and Asia.

San Diego, CA  – 9 July, Ubiq Security, Inc., a disruptor in the digital data security space, has appointed several key leaders to drive the company’s sales and growth in Asia Pacific and Japan. Taiki Uchida, Tomoyuki Sunaga, and Mitsutoshi Aoyama will be based at their APJ headquarters in Tokyo, and Charles Ho will be based at their Greater China Region (GCR) and Southeast Asia (ASEAN) headquarters in Hong Kong, driving sales and partnerships across Japan and GCR and ASEAN, respectively.

Ubiq has gained rapid traction with their innovative software solution that enables enterprise organizations and application and device manufacturers to manage the highly complex and proliferating problem of securing digital data across diverse storage locations and device types. Their 100% software solution equips organizations to drastically reduce the risk of data theft and impact of security breaches, adhere to strict compliance requirements, and uphold customer and employee confidentiality and privacy.

“The Asia Pacific and Japan leads innovation across several global industries, such as manufacturing, high tech, and services, making it a prime target for data theft and cyber-attacks,” said Ubiq CEO, Wias Issa. “Ubiq is expanding rapidly across the region and Taiki, Tomoyuki, Mitsutoshi’s, and Charles’ experience, security expertise, and strong, trusted relationships make them the ideal leaders to grow our business in the region.”

Uchida joins as Vice President, Enterprise Sales – Japan and brings 20 years of sales experience to Ubiq, having previously held sales leadership roles at Dell SonicWall, Cybereason, FireEye, A10 Networks, and AT&T. Uchida will lead all country operations in Japan.

Sunaga joins as Vice President, Channel Sales – Japan and brings 20 years of channel sales experience to Ubiq, having previously held leadership roles at Dell SonicWall, Cybereason, FireEye, Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ), AT&T, and Ricoh.

Aoyama joins as Technical Account Director – Japan and brings 14 years of technology experience to Ubiq, having previously held technical leadership roles at Dell SonicWall and Macnica Networks.

Ho joins as Vice President, Sales and Business Development – GCR and ASEAN and brings 13 years of sales and strategic alliance experience to Ubiq, having previously held sales and technical leadership roles at Dell SonicWall, FireEye, and Symantec.

“Ubiq will be instrumental in enabling organizations across Japan and Asia to implement data security on all types of data, across all of device types, without impacting system or application performance and user experience, which has been virtually impossible, until now.” said Issa.

About Ubiq

Ubiq was founded on the belief that data should be private, secure, and efficiently accessible throughout its life cycle, empowering organizations to derive maximum value from their data, while radically mitigating the risk of its theft and compromise.
We enable customers to achieve this through their entirely transparent and multi-patented data-first driven security and privacy platform, that secures data everywhere and enables only authorized system and user access. The lightweight software stack easily integrates into existing applications, IoT devices, or installs onto endpoints and servers - on-premise, on the edge, or in the cloud.
Ubiq has been awarded San Diego Venture Group's Cool Companies of 2019, Enterprise Security Magazine's Top 10 Encryption Vendors of 2019, and The Channel Company's Best Newcomer XCellence Award 2020, and has presence across North America, Asia Pacific, and Japan.

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