I’m excited to join Tenable and help translate the company’s vision and strategies into transformational action, driving efficiency and innovation
Patricia Grant has been appointed as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) by Tenable, announced the Cyber Exposure Management Company.
Grant, as the CIO and leader of the IT organisation, will drive digital transformation, innovation and modernisation to support the company’s ambitious business objectives.
“Patricia joins Tenable at a pivotal moment for the company,” said Amit Yoran, chairman and chief executive officer, Tenable. “Patricia’s proven track record of building high-functioning programs will help further accelerate our growth and profitability.”
“Tenable is at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry, supported by passionate people committed to our work, teams and customers,” said Grant. “I’m excited to join Tenable and help translate the company’s vision and strategies into transformational action, driving efficiency and innovation.”
To building, optimising and leading transformations across IT, Grant has dedicated nearly 30 years in the high-tech industry. Leading multiple transformational initiatives for both employees and customers, Grant joins Tenable from ServiceNow, where she was the vice president of digital technology operations. Dedicated to empowering women in the industry, Grant, during her tenure, built the “Women in Tech” program–an internal mentorship group. Before ServiceNow, for nearly nine years, she worked at Symantec for 11 years and PeopleSoft, an Oracle Company.
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