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Author: Tina Stewart

Tina Stewart (@SocialTIS) joined Vormetric in January 2012 to take the company’s marketing programs to the next level. As head of marketing, she has enhanced Vormetric’s go-to-market strategy, up-leveled the company’s messaging platform, and spearheaded global branding efforts across analog and digital channels. Her marketing initiatives are direct contributors to Vormetric’s rapid revenue growth and its growing share of voice in the industry.

An innovator in B2B digital marketing and branding, who also has deep product marketing expertise in the enterprise information security and networking space, Stewart has successfully developed global go-to-market strategies for the past 15 years. She joined Vormetric from Lyris, Inc., where she was senior vice president of marketing. In that capacity, Stewart led the company's global branding initiative and launched its first iPhone/iPad application - Lyris HQ Mobile - which leveraged social, mobile and email marketing to achieve an 80% adoption rate. Prior to Lyris, Stewart ran Juniper Networks’ Digital Marketing Strategy and served as vice president of worldwide marketing for Network Associates. She holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and a master’s degree in mass communication from San Jose State University.

Tina Stewart

In Cash We Trust…

During the holiday season, I was discussing with friends and family about some of the high profile breaches as of…

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Breach Blog Roll

I began 2013 with a blog post that chronicled the “worst of the worst” data breaches in the previous 12…

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The Data Breach Surveys-Part 3

Earlier this month, I blogged about what our global online survey respondents said were the primary security drivers in their organizations and IT’s…

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PCI DSS: The Basics

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, PCI DSS, remains one of the most challenging regulations with which companies must…

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Is Big Data a Big Deal?

“Big Data” appears to be a recurring theme of 2012. Companies are retaining more and more data in an effort…

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