BlackFog Press Release
By |Published On: February 12th, 2020|2 min read|Categories: Press Release|

Key Appointment: Patrick Buckley Joins as Chief Revenue Officer

Cheyenne, Wyoming, February 12, 2020. BlackFog, Inc. today announced the appointment of Patrick Buckley as Chief Revenue Officer for North America. Patrick brings over 20 years of sales/sales management and senior VP management experience selling SMB business to Fortune 50 companies in the enterprise software space.

Patrick started his career at Oracle where he worked his way up the ranks during his 12-year tenure, holding positions such as Application Sales Representative, Technology Sales Representative and Regional Sales Manager. More recently Patrick was at Workday where he spent 6 years in a senior management role as Regional Vice President for the south region where he was an integral part of Workday’s success in the Fortune 500 and Fortune 50. His teams were instrumental in growing Workday’s revenue from a 200M pre-IPO revenue-based company to a 29-billion-dollar Mkt CAP publicly traded company (WDAY).

“We are very excited to have Patrick join the BlackFog team. His experience in building dynamic and process driven sales teams will help continue BlackFog’s rapid growth during 2020, said Dr. Darren Williams, CEO and Founder of BlackFog. Patrick is also a great cultural fit with the existing team and we look forward to an exciting year ahead.”

“I am looking forward to working with Darren and his team to help BlackFog build out the North American operations.  Darren has a track record for building great companies.  BlackFog is his latest success and he has created a world class data privacy product protecting our data across all devices and platforms, said Patrick Buckley, Chief Revenue Officer, BlackFog.”

About BlackFog

BlackFog is the leader in on device data privacy, data security and ransomware prevention. Our behavioral analysis and data exfiltration technology stops hackers before they even get started. Our cyberthreat prevention software prevents ransomware, spyware, malware, phishing, unauthorized data collection and profiling and mitigates the risks associated with data breaches and insider threats. BlackFog blocks threats across mobile and desktop endpoints, protecting organizations data and privacy, and strengthening regulatory compliance.

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