Fortinet appoints Nguyen Gia Duc as first country manager for Vietnam

16:34 | 10/05/2018

Fortinet tasked highly driven IT security professional Nguyen Gia Duc with leading its expansion in Vietnam.

fortinet appoints nguyen gia duc as first country manager for vietnam
Nguyen Gia Duc, the new country manager for Vietnam at Fortinet

Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated, and automated cybersecurity solutions, has appointed Nguyen Gia Duc today as its first country manager for Vietnam.

Duc will oversee local operations and be responsible for driving Fortinet’s overall business performance in the territory.

“Vietnam’s dynamic economy presents immense opportunities. The need for network security is rising as Vietnamese enterprises expand and foreign firms set up local operations,” said Duc. “I am looking forward to sharing Fortinet’s cybersecurity expertise with businesses here and offering broad, integrated, and automated security across their network infrastructure.”

Prior to his promotion, Duc was Fortinet’s sales director for Vietnam and has been instrumental in growing the business for the past four years.

Before joining Fortinet, Duc served as country sales manager at industry-leading Allied Telesis, a network infrastructure company.

He has also worked at value-added distributor Transition Systems Asia handling global cybersecurity brands and at systems integrator ITC JSC.

Duc has more than a decade of experience in technical consulting, product management, channel management, and sales management.

Duc has more than a decade of experience in technical consulting, product management, channel management, and sales management.

In his new position, Duc will report to Peerapong Jongvibool, Fortinet’s regional director for Southeast Asia and Hong Kong.

“Duc has proven to be an important pillar in building our customer base in Vietnam. With him at the helm in this new position, I am confident that Fortinet will enjoy strong business and market share growth in the years ahead,” said Jongvibool.

Cyber threats are becoming more sophisticated, with new threats emerging every day. From IoT to the cloud, enterprises need an architecture that can integrate, synchronise, and automate cyber defenses across their entire network.

Through its Security Fabric architecture, Fortinet delivers a broad portfolio of advanced solutions to Vietnamese firms, helping them grow their business securely.

He has also worked at value-added distributor Transition Systems Asia handling global cybersecurity brands and at systems integrator ITC JSC.

Anh Duc

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