Digital Shadows expands to Germany and Singapore

Digital Shadows, a specialist in digital risk management and relevant threat intelligence, has expanded into Germany and Singapore with the opening of local offices and the recruitment of country managers in both key markets.

Stefan Bange has joined to run Digital Shadows’ German and DACH region and Lawrence Loh will run the Far Eastern region based out of Singapore.
“We are delighted to welcome Stefan and Lawrence to the Digital Shadows family and excited to be able to attract individuals of their calibre and experience to the company,” says Alastair Paterson (pictured), CEO and Co-Founder of Digital Shadows. “With our USD26 million Series C funding last year we committed to expand our business into Asia and Europe to support customers on a global basis and this announcement is the realisation of that goal.”
Founded in 2011, Digital Shadows has offices in London, San Francisco and Dallas, and Digital Shadows Germany and Singapore will be the first subsidiaries outside the UK and US. Digital Shadows GmbH is headquartered in Munich, Germany. Digital Shadows Pte Ltd will be run out of Singapore itself.
“Managing your digital footprint and protecting your brand and corporate data is critical to organisations all around the world in the face of the global cybercrime,” says Chris Brown, VP EMEA and APAC. “We have already seen considerable interest in our service in Central Europe and Asia, so we are excited what Stefan and Lawrence can do to recruit new partners and clients.”
Stefan Bange is an International sales professional and business leader with more than 10 years cyber security experience. Prior to joining Digital Shadows, Stefan was Sales Director DACH at Trustwave and Sales Director at Security and Business Intelligence company Avigilon.
Lawrence Loh is a seasoned business executive with over 25 years of experience in enterprise sales, sales leadership and management positions. Previously he was Channel Director at Computer Networking business Viptela and has held senior roles at Check Point, CyberArk and Oracle.