Fusion Risk Management Appoints Eric Jackson as Chief Product Officer

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Fusion Risk Management, a leading provider of operational resilience, business continuity, and risk management software and services, has announced the appointment of Eric Jackson as Chief Product Officer (CPO).

In his role, Jackson is responsible for leading Fusion’s product vision and strategy and driving innovation across the product team. Jackson will also join Fusion’s Executive Leadership Team and work closely with Fusion’s global clients and industry partners to ensure the company’s award-winning solutions remain best-in-breed within the industry.

Jackson brings over 20 years’ experience building and leading product teams with extensive experience launching purpose-built solutions. He most recently served as General Manager, Data and User Protection at Forcepoint where he was responsible for driving short- and long-term growth for SaaS solutions across Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Behavior Analytics and Insider Threats. Throughout his tenure at Forcepoint he also served as Vice President of Product Management where he led the product team across the commercial portfolio and directed the product alignment strategy. Earlier in his career, Jackson held increasingly senior positions ranging from Developer to Vice President of Product Management at Arbor Networks.

Read the full announcement here.

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