Blogger profile: Sek Leong

Sek is an experienced Marketing Manager, with the ability to align business & market trends with technology solutions. After starting his career as an engineer, Sek successfully transitioned into various marketing roles including product management, product marketing, solutions marketing, content marketing and marketing management in the telecoms and IT industries. He also spent a few years in sales, managing relationships with strategic alliance partners where he developed his business development skills. In his current role at Gemalto, Sek is passionate about helping customers understand the importance of protecting identities & sensitive data and the strategies to do so.


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