President of CyVent and Cybersecurity Expert
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Yuda Saydun is a successful company builder and top international executive at major financial services and technology companies. He is founder and president of CyVent, a firm that offers cutting-edge, AI-driven cybersecurity products and services that protect some of the world's most sensitive operations.
Throughout his career as Vice President, Senior Vice President, and President at American Express, Tech Data, ClimeCo and Xerox, Yuda kick-started and scaled highly successful business units, integrated acquired companies, launched dozens of new products as well as oversaw cloud and data center, storage, backup and other business service offerings.
As a mentor, founder, director and investor in tech start-ups and early-stage companies, he has been instrumental in seed, growth-stage and follow-on rounds of funding.
In addition to marketing, channel development, logistics and fulfillment, he has been in a range of sales, operations and general management positions in the U.S., Europe, and Latin America.
Whether it’s deciphering data sets, engineering carbon credits or applying machine learning to cybersecurity, Yuda is always on the leading edge of technology’s greatest challenges, applying his disciplined, relentless analysis and insatiable thirst for learning to develop creative solutions to complex problems.
Yuda holds an MBA in Marketing/Finance and a Corporate Director’s Certification from UCLA, where he was recognized as one of UCLA Anderson’s “Top 100 Inspirational Alumni”.
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