BOULDER, Colo.—January 24, 2012—LogRhythm, a leader in log management and SIEM, today announced the appointments of Christina Brazdziunas as vice president of software engineering, and Matthew Winter as vice president of corporate & business development.
Brazdziunas brings more than 14 years of experience developing and delivering large-scale, enterprise software products and solutions, holding multiple senior engineering and product management positions. Prior to joining LogRhythm, Brazdziunas was vice president of software development at IPC Systems where she successfully led and scaled the organization in the delivery of a new trading communications product for the financial services industry. In her new role, Brazdziunas will focus on scaling LogRhythm’s software engineering organization to ably address the increased demand for SIEM solutions while incorporating advanced software development and quality practices to accelerate new feature delivery to LogRhythm customers.
Winter has worked in and around technology strategy, business development and finance for more than 15 years with public and private technology companies, advising them on a range of strategic matters. Winter previously served as vice president of corporate strategy & development at NetIQ, a vendor of systems and security management software. In addition to helping drive overall strategic direction at LogRhythm, Winter will oversee the company’s business development activities, including establishing technology and solutions partnerships and building new routes to market for the business.
“We are delighted to have Chris and Matt join our team,” said Andy Grolnick, President and CEO at LogRhythm. “Both offer an exceptional blend of operational and leadership experience that will further position LogRhythm for continued growth in the burgeoning security intelligence market.”
In 2011, LogRhythm experienced record momentum, including growing its customer base to more than 700 organizations, with significant strides in financial services, government, healthcare, retail and utilities markets. Additionally, sales of LogRhythm’s SIEM platform increased 75 percent in Q4 2011 compared to the same period in 2010.