Sophos, a global cybersecurity leader based in Oxford, UK, has announced the appointment of Joe Levy as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Levy, who has served the company for nine years and acted as CEO since February, is known for transforming Sophos into a major force in cybersecurity. Joining him is Jim Dildine, the newly appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Dildine brings extensive financial expertise from his time at Imperva, Symantec, and Blue Coat Systems. Levy’s leadership strategy includes strengthening Sophos’ presence in the midmarket, where the company already serves nearly 600,000 customers, generating annual revenues exceeding $1.2 billion. With over 30 years of experience in cybersecurity, Levy aims to protect small- to mid-sized organizations from opportunistic and targeted cyberattacks. Sophos’ investor, Thoma Bravo, expresses confidence in Levy and Dildine’s abilities to advance the company’s growth and innovation.

Cybersecurity, Private Equity,United Kingdom, United States