New Netskope EMEA SVP: 'Our service provider partners will be key for us'

Stephan Mesguich outlines his priorities to CRN in his new role

Kelsey Rees
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Stephan Mesguich

Netskope has named Stephan Mesguich as its new senior vice president of EMEA and LATAM.  Mesguich joins the global SASE vendor from Palo Alto Networks where he spent almost eight and a half year...

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