Ben Cody

Ben Cody is Head of Product Management for McAfee’s Data Protection technologies. In his role Ben is responsible for the strategic direction of McAfee’s data protection products, as well as the overall financial health of the business. Ben has over 20 years’ experience in enterprise software, both in R&D leadership roles, as well as sales and marketing leadership roles. Prior to joining Intel, Ben was the Vice President of Product Management for Serena Software. Ben oversaw the successful launch and growth of both an ITSM and DevOps product offering. Prior to that, Ben was the Senior Director of Product Management for the Remedy business at BMC Software. During his tenure Remedy enjoyed double-digit market growth and climbed to the top spot in Gartner’s ITSM MQ. Prior to BMC, Ben was the Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Global 360, where the company gained leadership status in two separate Forrester BPM waves. Ben was a key member of the executive team that led a management buyout effort that created over 200% in shareholder return. Ben worked within the office of the CTO at Peregrine Systems and held technical roles within the Corporate Business Systems’ IT organization at Texas Instruments earlier in his career.
I am excited to announce that McAfee has been recognized as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention. I believe our position as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention is a testament that our device-to-cloud DLP integration of enterprise products helps our customers stay ...
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Data protection is on a lot of people’s minds this week. The Facebook testimony in Congress has focused attention on data privacy. Against this backdrop, IT security professionals are focused on two on-going developments: the roll-out next month of new European regulations on data (the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) as well as the ...
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If anything has been proven in recent years, it’s that you don’t have to worry about a data breach happening, you have to count on it. The latest incident involving cloud storage vendor Dropbox casts an onerous spotlight on several issues facing enterprise security experts. Beyond the corporate password issue, the real question is what’s ...
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