RSA names Rohit Ghai as new president
RSA, a Dell Technologies business based in Bedford, MA, announced on Januaury 9 that Rohit Ghai will be appointed RSA’s new president. Ghai will be focused on RSA delivering solutions that help customers more strategically address their security transformation and better manage business risk.
Ghai is currently president of Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division, and responsible for all aspects of the business. He has been instrumental in setting a compelling vision, transforming go-to-market and revitalizing the portfolio for the digital era through strategic partnerships and acquisitions. His transition to RSA will be effective upon the close of the transaction of Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division.
Michael Dell, chairman and chief executive officer of Dell Technologies, said, “Under Rohit’s leadership, RSA will continue to excel as one of the industry’s most pervasive and influential security brands. RSA is perfectly positioned to help customers transform their security strategies well into the future.”
“I am thrilled to join RSA’s mission to deliver business-driven security solutions, a transformational architecture that connects insights with business context to enable customers to manage business risk and protect what matters most,” said Ghai. “RSA has a highly talented leadership team and incredibly dedicated engineering and sales teams globally. We remain focused on our customers and partner ecosystem, and will continue to power their security transformation initiatives.”
“I am excited to welcome Rohit as RSA’s new president,” David Goulden, president, Dell EMC. “He is a talented leader who has been with Dell EMC for nearly seven years and possesses extensive operational experience helping organizations deliver increasing levels of customer value.”
Ghai joined Dell EMC from Symantec, where he held a variety of senior engineering and general management roles. Previously, he was at Computer Associates in a number of senior management roles in the BrightStor and eTrust business units, and led the CA India operations as chief technology officer.