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Flashpoint Vet Takes Leadership Role at Terbium Labs

Terbium Labs' new CRO will drive the company's next phase of growth.

Edward Gately

February 14, 2020

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Flashpoint vet Ayesha Prakash has joined Terbium Labs, a digital risk protection company, as its chief revenue officer.

Prakash was Flashpoint‘s head of worldwide channels and partnerships. She built and then spearheaded the 150% year-over-year growth of the organization’s SPARK Partner Alliance program.


Terbium Labs’ Ayesha Prakash

Part of her role at Terbium Labs will be encouraging closer collaboration with the company’s technical, marketing and sales personnel to help grow business with partners. She also is building specialization within the partner organizations to better solve problems for more partners, teams, and in more use cases.

“As I witnessed in previous roles, channel partners are always searching for solutions to reduce third-party risk for their customers and their own organization,” Prakash tells Channel Futures. “I’m excited by this opportunity to expand the offerings in the channel to include a seamless approach to monitoring and detecting their most sensitive information – all without exposing that data to any further digital risk. By focusing on building our partners of MSPs and MSSPs, Terbium Labs has the opportunity to focus on our core differentiator – our patented digital fingerprinting technology.”

Prakash has with more than 15 years of experience across IT and cybersecurity industries, and was named a Channel Partners Top Gun 51, which recognizes a new generation of channel executives, those who build and execute programs in a way that drives partner, customer and supplier success.

“Ayesha’s successes in driving business development, channel expansion and strategic partnerships makes her the perfect candidate to lead Terbium Labs along our next phase of growth,” said Patrick Clawson, Terbium Labs” CEO. “We are so thrilled to welcome Ayesha to Terbium Labs and know that she’ll make an incredible impact on our organization.”

Matchlight, Terbium Lab’s digital risk protection (DRP) platform, features continuous digital asset monitoring, analytics, and intelligence, to identify and minimize the impact of exposed data across the internet – whether it’s the open, deep or dark web.

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About the Author(s)

Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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