Darktrace appoints Dan Monahan as senior vice president of its global partner organisation

Darktrace, a global leader in cyber security AI, today announces the appointment of Dan Monahan as Senior Vice President of its Global Partner Organisation. Dan joined Darktrace on May 15, 2023, and reports to Chief Revenue Officer Denise Walter.

Monahan will assume responsibility for Darktrace’s global partner organisation, including channel sales, technology alliances, and strategic partners. He will be responsible for evolving the partner program as well as driving growth with new partners and deepening relationships with existing partners.

Monahan joins Darktrace from Cohesity, where he oversaw all aspects of the channel program in North America. He has more than 25 years of experience at technology companies including VMware, where he led strategy for the company’s largest national solution providers and distributors.

Denise Walter, chief revenue officer of Darktrace, said: “Our global partners play a critical role in our mission to free the world of cyber disruption, and together we can bring our customers cutting edge solutions that use Darktrace’s self-learning AI to help them prevent, detect, respond, and heal from cyber-attacks. Dan will be instrumental in evolving our partner program and model to help drive long-term, sustainable growth.”

Commenting on his appointment, Monahan said: “The security industry is at a critical inflection point with AI. We have a significant opportunity ahead to harness the power of the channel to bring Darktrace’s unique self-learning AI to more businesses to help them deliver autonomous, always-on cybersecurity. I am excited to draw on my experience to accelerate Darktrace’s channel growth, and to work together with partners to help our customers protect themselves from the increasing costs of cyber disruption.”

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