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Emailage Announces Tom Miller as New Chief Revenue Officer

November 14, 2018

Management team bolstered to support growing demand for email risk assessment

Phoenix, AZ — Emailage, the global leader in online fraud prevention and email risk assessment, today announced that Tom Miller has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer to further continue global expansion and increase market share. Miller is an established executive with over 15 years of global sales expertise. With a consistent track record of leading successful product development strategy and growth initiatives, as well as driving profitability, he will play an instrumental role in Emailage’s future growth.

Prior to joining Emailage, Miller has been the Senior Vice President of Sales for Malwarebytes and Zscaler, driving direct and channel distribution across all market segments. He was Executive General Manager at Trend Micro where he led the global product and marketing teams that established the company’s cloud security strategy. In addition, he was President of Trend Micro USA, where he spearheaded sales and marketing teams to achieve record increases in growth and customer satisfaction.

“This is an exciting opportunity. Emailage has created a product that is very unique, making the company distinctly prepared for the future,” says Miller. “By using the email address as a base for predictive risk scoring, they provide powerful fraud prevention capabilities to diverse companies across the globe. I’m very excited to join the team and bring my experience fighting bad actors in the cybersecurity space to fraud prevention.”

“We are thrilled to have Tom as the newest member of our leadership team,” says Rei Carvalho, CEO of Emailage. “In terms of our continued global expansion, his seasoned international leadership skills make him a valuable asset to the company. I’m confident Tom will help to solidify Emailage as the de facto provider of email risk assessment to the fraud prevention industry.”

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