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ForeScout appoints former Cisco Sales Leader Da-Qian Li as Vice President of Sales APJ

Published on 19 May, 2016
Li will apply his extensive track record developing and managing APJ-based sales teams in fast-growth, channel-focused markets
Da-Qian Li joins ForeScout after a decade-long tenure at Cisco

ForeScout Technologies Inc., the pioneer in agentless cybersecurity, announced today the appointment of Da-Qian “DQ” Li as Vice President of Sales in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ). Li will apply his extensive track record developing and managing APJ-based sales teams in fast-growth, channel-focused markets to continue fostering ForeScout’s unbridled global momentum.

Experienced sales leader

Da-Qian Li joins ForeScout after a decade-long tenure at Cisco, where he directly managed the sales leaders and sales team supporting their Global Enterprise Clients segment in Korea, Japan and Greater China regions.

Internet of Things

ForeScout’s Internet of Things (IoT) and network security technology is above-and-beyond what any other company currently offers, and will continue to evolve to meet customer needs,” said Da-Qian Li, Vice President of Sales APJ at ForeScout. “I could not be more thrilled to help expand ForeScout’s global growth in Asia.”

2016 is off to an incredible start. Our product is exactly what the market needs to battle the security challenges that accompany the acceleration of IoT inside corporations large and small.  We continue to be able to attract the top sales talent in the security industry and are thrilled to have DQ join our team. He is exactly the leader we need to help ForeScout grow our APJ business,” said Michael DeCesare, President and CEO at ForeScout.  

Holistic security approach

ForeScout helps organisations better manage their security stance with visibility into both agentless and agent devices, multi-vendor orchestration and automated security controls. This holistic approach has become necessary in a time when smart devices associated with the Internet of Things, dispersed workforces and siloed security solutions continue to introduce risk to enterprises’ growing networks.


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