Security vendor Trend Micro has parted company with its UK and Ireland country manager, Paul Anderson.
Anderson is understood to be among a small number of executives to leave the firm as part of a European management streamlining process. The UK arm will now be run by Nigel Seddon, who was previously regional sales director northern Europe.
Trend confirmed Anderson’s departure in a statement and stressed that it is still recruiting staff in the UK.
“Paul Anderson is a talented executive and has been instrumental in driving Trend Micro’s strategies to its partner community,” the vendor said. “We wish Paul all the best in his future.”
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