Established marketing expert to drive market growth and momentum
NEW YORK (April 30, 2020) — Capsule8 today announced Melissa Goldberger as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). As CMO, Goldberger will lead the organization’s marketing strategy and drive sales enablement efforts for Capsule8 Protect, the company’s flagship enterprise infrastructure protection solution that stops attacks on Linux systems.
Goldberger is a seasoned marketing executive with 20 years of experience in the space. Most recently, Goldberger served as Executive Vice President at Bisnow, the world’s largest platform for commercial real estate news, events and education. Prior to Bisnow, Goldberger held Chief Marketing Officer positions at both Argyle and the International Association of Women, and was Vice President of Event Strategy and Marketing at 451 Research.
“Melissa joins our team during a key time in Capsule8’s growth, albeit a very strange and uncertain time in the world,” said Capsule8 Co-founder and CEO John Viega. “Her expertise will be huge for our organization’s ability to drive demand, especially in a world without face-to-face events. We are thrilled she’s here.”
“Capsule8 has proven it can help huge organizations secure their Linux enterprise infrastructure and a major component of its success, and key differentiator in the market, is the deep expertise of its team,” said Goldberger. “The opportunity to join this stellar team was too good to pass up and I look forward to helping it achieve its next phase of growth.”
Founded in fall 2016 and headquartered in New York, NY, Capsule8 is the only company protecting enterprise infrastructure with detection and resilience for Linux systems in any environment – whether containerized, virtualized, or bare metal. Capsule8 Protect is defining modern enterprise protection by finding and stopping attacks and other unwanted activity on Linux systems.Founded by experienced hackers and seasoned security entrepreneurs, and funded by Bessemer Venture Partners, ClearSky and Intel Capital, Capsule8 is making it possible for Linux-powered enterprises to modernize without compromise. Learn more at www.Capsule8.com.