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ExtraHop appoints inaugural ANZ country manager

The cyber security company has announced a leadership appointment aimed at enhancing the company’s market footprint in the ANZ region.

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Wed, 23 Feb 2022
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Cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) company ExtraHop has appointed Rohan Langdon as its inaugural country manager for Australia and New Zealand.

Langdon will be tasked with further expanding the company’s presence in the region across the enterprise security market.

The new appointee is also expected to support ExtraHop’s overall regional growth strategy, providing enterprises with universal visibility and advanced threat defence for cloud workloads.


Langdon holds 20 years of sales, account management and business development experience in the IT industry.

His previous roles have included country manager, ANZ at ForeScout Technologies where he helped restructure the company’s go-to-market strategy.

Langdon has also previously held regional ANZ sales director positions at McAfee, Salesforce, and EMC, where he was responsible for managing regional teams and working with channel partners to deliver robust vendor momentum.

“Rohan is a dynamic leader with deep knowledge of the ANZ market and is highly experienced in creating and implementing market-leading sales strategies,” Marc Andrews, international sales leader at ExtraHop said.

“As APAC continues to take on an increased significance for our global business, we are confident that Australia and New Zealand will quickly emerge as one of our primary growth engines under Rohan’s leadership.”

Langdon welcomed the opportunity to help drive the company’s growth in the ANZ region.

“I am delighted to join ExtraHop at this pivotal juncture in the IT security industry where organisations of all sizes are embracing digital transformation with a resulting proliferation of new platforms,” he said.

“At the same time, they increasingly need to manage an ever-increasing attack surface, comply with local regulation, and stay ahead of the ongoing cyber security threats posed by today’s attackers.”

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