HID Global appoints Andrew Lintell in EMEA sales director role

Secure ID solutions specialist HID Global has announced the appointment of Andrew Lintell as director of sales for Identity Assurance across the EMEA region.

Reporting to EMEA region md Harm Radstaak, Lintell takes on responsibility for the strategic development and regional expansion of the company’s identity assurance business.

With more than 15 years’ experience in the IT security industry, Lintell brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his new role at HID Global. He will be instrumental in further driving the company’s EMEA Identity Assurance growth strategy.

Andrew Lintell: joining the team at HID Global

Andrew Lintell: joining the team at HID Global

“We’re delighted to welcome Andrew to HID Global,” said Harm Radstaak. “His vast and relevant experience, leadership capabilities and success in this specialist area make him the ideal choice to further strengthen our Identity Assurance market presence in the EMEA.”

Andrew Lintell commented: “I’m looking forward to continuing HID Global’s success within EMEA by increasing our unique market position through innovation-led growth and the highly focused delivery of customer value.”

Prior to joining HID Global, Lintell managed the security business units of Microsoft, Computer Associates and McAfee as well as co-founding Crisp Thinking, an innovator in content and social management.

Lintell joins HID Global from his most recent successful position as vice-president of channel sales for Europe at Kaspersky Lab.

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