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Yubico appoints Selina Goh & Derix Suartyo as ASEAN regional sales director & ASEAN solutions engineering lead
Fri, 29th Jul 2022
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Selina Goh has been appointed as ASEAN regional sales director, and Derix Suartyo as ASEAN solutions engineering lead to support the strategic growth across the APAC region.

Based in Singapore, Goh has over 15 years of experience in the region and is known for her sales capabilities, marketing and customer engagement skills.

Before joining Yubico, she worked with several national and international corporations, including Singtel, NCS, Dell EMC and 3D Networks.

"It's an exciting time to be working in the technology sector, especially in cybersecurity," Goh says.

"I'm looking forward to working with current and new Yubico customers across the region to help them address the cybersecurity security authentication challenges that many organisations in the region face on a daily basis."

Derix Suartyo is also based in Singapore and brings to Yubico around 20 years of Complex IT Infrastructure and Modern Cloud Experience.

He has held a variety of roles in security data encryption, networking, data centre and server-related engineering, where he was involved in many complex IT infrastructure projects, covering areas such as data migration and cloud deployment.

He was previously a lead solutions architect with Lumen Singapore supporting clients from a range of industries, such as financial, consumer business as well as technology companies, where he helped customers with their digital transformation journey.

"Yubico is excited to have both Selina and Derix join our team, especially as more companies adopt YubiKeys as a trusted source of cyber protection," Yubico Asia Pacific and Japan regional vice president Geoff Schomburgk says.

"They both bring with them an incredible wealth of specialist skills and knowledge that can only be of additional benefits to the many businesses that realise phishing resistant multi-factor authentication is essential if companies are looking to reduce their cybersecurity risk."