Jim Yares brings a history of success in security and enterprise software to Banyan Security. As chief revenue officer, Yares is responsible for creating the overall go-to-market strategy and building and leading the sales, field marketing and customer success teams. Formerly SVP of Illumio global field operations, Yares also served as COO and interim CEO of Crownpeak. Before Crownpeak, Yares was EVP of global field ops at AlienVault, creator of Unified Security Management. Prior to that, he built the sales, service and field marketing team at application security market leader Fortify, resulting in a successful acquisition by HP. Jim Yares’ experience spans many years of enterprise technology sales, marketing, and professional services leadership.
As we work with organizations helping them modernize and secure their remote access infrastructure, we’ve consistently seen that one of the larger stumbling blocks to making deployment progress is an accurate inventory of what services are currently in use. This holds especially true for IaaS-based services, as they are often outside of IT and Security’s […]By Faraz Jamal
Originally published by Robert Ronan, Oracle Principal Product Manager. What is zero trust access? As more organizations migrate infrastructure to the cloud and rethink software development and deployment, they are also modernizing their approach to security. One such approach is Zero Trust – instead of relying on traditional network perimeter-based security tools such as VPNs […]By Tarun Desikan
First, we want you to know that the Banyan Security solution is not impacted by the Log4j vulnerability. As Banyan’s Chief Security Officer, I not only want to make sure that the Banyan organization and product offering are safe, but I’m interested in making sure our customers and partners are safe as well. A severe […]By Den Jones
A Q&A with Den Jones, Banyan Security CSO Why join a startup now? Early in my career I moved from Scotland to California with no financial safety net while providing the sole income for my young family. In those days finances were extremely tight and I felt that it was a lower risk to work […]By John Dasher