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LastPass appoints Amy Appleyard as chief revenue officer
Fri, 12th Aug 2022
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Amy Appleyard has been appointed as chief revenue officer.

A cybersecurity sales veteran, Appleyard will be responsible for leading key priorities across revenue-related functions, continuing to bolster global sales performance and contributing to customer satisfaction.

"Amy has a proven track record of unifying the customer journey across all inside and outside sales avenues while improving the customer experience," LastPass CEO Karim Toubba says.

"Based on her experience in driving high-growth sales organisations combined with her passionate advocacy for diversity in sales and leadership teams, Amy will play an essential role at LastPass.

"We look forward to her contributions in elevating our brand and supporting our continued growth."

Appleyard has held key roles in several cybersecurity companies, serving as Malwarebytes global sales senior vice president and VMware Carbon Black Commercial division sales vice president.

Additionally, she was GoTo (formerly LogMeIn) sales vice president, first for the Identity and Access Management business unit, where she was responsible for the LastPass go-to-market organisation, and then for the Communications and Collaboration line of business.

"In this new role, I'm excited to work with LastPass' seasoned leadership team to accelerate global growth and streamline solutions for our customers," Appleyard says.

"With the cybersecurity industry rapidly changing, LastPass continues to elevate its offerings and adapt to new customer needs, and I'm committed to our mission of delivering digital security for all."