Everbridge, Inc., a global leader in critical event management (CEM) and national public warning software solutions, has appointed Bryan Barney as Chief Product Officer, responsible for leading the company’s global product development strategy.
With over 30 years’ experience in enterprise software and 20 years in cyber security leadership, Mr. Barney has led product research and development for some of the largest security organisations in the world. Mr. Barney joins Everbridge, effective immediately, and reports to Chief Executive Officer David Wagner.
“Bryan is a seasoned technology executive with extensive experience building world-class teams and world-class software products,” said Mr. Wagner. “As we continue to expand on the extensibility of our platform though APIs and data integration, Bryan’s background in cloud solutions and security resilience will be instrumental to the growth of our offerings and innovation for customers and partners.”
Prior to Everbridge, Mr. Barney served as Chief Executive Officer of Redseal, a leading cloud software and analytics provider helping government agencies and Global 2000 companies measurably reduce cyber risk. Before Redseal, Mr. Barney led Symantec’s Enterprise Security Group through its transition from a traditional security company to leading cloud services organisation as General Manager and SVP. Prior to Symantec, he was GM and SVP of the Network Security Group at Sophos where he expanded the network security business and helped the company go public. Mr. Barney also spent 13 years at McAfee, serving as EVP and head of product development for the company’s broad security portfolio. He holds a BS in electrical and electronics engineering and an MBA, both from Brigham Young University.
“Everbridge is synonymous with organisational resilience and continues to innovate and deliver differentiated capabilities for the world’s leading brands,” said Mr. Barney. “I am excited to join Everbridge, a company with a strong mission and passion for digitising organisational resilience to truly help save lives and keep businesses running.”