RSA is remaining tight-lipped about who will be the successor to Ron Miles, its UK and Ireland director who has just left the firm.
Miles held the role for just over a year and left at the end of February to join DataGuise – a US-headquartered security firm – as vice president for international sales.
While at RSA, Miles also ran EMC's backup business in the UK and Ireland, but has left that role too.
EMC confirmed Miles' departure from both jobs to CRN and said there was no formal announcement yet as to who will replace him in his roles.
Miles' departure from RSA is the company's second high-profile move in recent months – in January, then-EMEA boss Rob Gould left his role.
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