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Legit Security boosts leadership team with new VP appointment
Fri, 15th Mar 2024

Legit Security, Boston-based pioneers in application security posture management (ASPM) focusing on secure application delivery, has announced the strategic expansion of its leadership team. The firm has appointed Justin Bradley as its new Vice President of Customer Success, highlighting its commitment to fostering customer advancement, enhancing cross-selling opportunities, and bolstering client retention.

Aiming to enhance customer experience and expedite business growth, Bradley will report directly to the CEO of Legit Security, Roni Fuchs. Responsible for scaling the customer success team, Bradley's robust expertise in driving customer satisfaction and business expansion is primed to further fortify Legit's client-oriented mission.

Fuchs, while commenting on the appointment, stated, "We are a customer-first organization, focused on providing businesses with innovative solutions to protect their software development environment. Justin brings a proven track record in leading and empowering customer success teams across the cybersecurity industry and delivering an exceptional customer experience. Our team looks forward to working with Justin and the impact he will have in driving growth and bringing value to our customers."

Bradley's two-decade-long lucrative career stands testament to his relentless pursuit of escalating customer retention, satisfaction, and expansion. He has previously demonstrated his ability to lead multiple customer success management teams that have consistently exceeded their primary metrics.

Prior to joining Legit Security, Bradley held the position of Chief Growth Officer at Intezer Labs. He also had a notable tenure at CyberArk, where he was instrumental in forming and expanding the global Customer Success team. Throughout his career, he has also served as an executive consultant for numerous cybersecurity startups.

Bradley expressed his enthusiasm about his new role saying, "Legit is in an incredible position. We have global, enterprise customers who love what we offer and the value our platform delivers. I am excited to join the amazing team at Legit and to help our customers get the most out of their deployments."

This precisely designed leadership addition aligns with Legit Security's ultimate aim of safeguarding an organization's software supply chain from potential attacks. Offering a unified application security control plane and automated SDLC discovery and analysis capabilities, Legit's platform proficiently balances visibility and security control over rapidly changing environments. By prioritising security issues based on context and business criticality, the platform streamlines the efficiency and effectiveness of security teams.