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Caroline Japic
Chief Marketing Officer
When she's not watching (or writing about) soccer, Caroline is leading a team of cracker jack marketers at Kenna Security. A tech marketing vet, she’s worked with names like Polycom, Hyperion, Taleo, and HPE. She loves marketing so much that in her spare time, she weighs in on best practices for SaaS companies for the Forbes Communications Council.

WHAT SHE REALLY DOES: Sometimes known as the chief t-shirt officer, but she really drives marketing strategy and execution to support Kenna’s growth.

 

WHY READ HER BLOG: Caroline has a long track record of building brands for high-profile companies and building high-impact marketing teams. Always willing to test out new ideas, she is constantly looking for the next trail to blaze.

 

ODD FACT: She can recite (ok, sing) all of the U.S. presidents in order. Which probably makes her the only person ever to sing the words “Rutherford B. Hayes!”

Read My Posts

Hybrid workplaces don’t have to be two-tier workplaces

Workplaces everywhere continue to be disrupted by the ongoing pandemic as companies make decisions about their off- and on-premise workforce. As the COVID-19 delta variant spawns a second wave of infections across the globe, major employers like Apple and Amazon are once again delaying their return to the office. Meanwhile, companies like Google are straddling…

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Adapting Customer Experience Teams In Changing Times.

The coronavirus pandemic has upended nearly all aspects of business. The rapid (and sometimes unplanned) shift to work from home arrangements has, in turn, led to increased demand for support at SaaS companies, like Kenna Security, where I serve as CMO.  I wanted to explore how organizations are maintaining their dedication to providing superior customer…

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The Cost Savings of Effective Vulnerability Management (Part 2)

The other week, we kicked off this blog series with the proposition that a risk-based vulnerability management approach is more cost-effective than a traditional “everything is at risk” model. Today, we’d like to take a closer look at how those cost and resource savings play out. To get us started, let’s focus our conversation on…

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