Rachel Schultz Named AppGate Civilian Sales Director

Rachel Schultz Named AppGate Civilian Sales Director
Rachel Schultz Civilian Sales Director AppGate

Rachel Schultz, a two-decade government technology market veteran, has joined cybersecurity company AppGate as director of civilian sales, G2Xchange FedCiv reported Monday.

Her industry career has included roles such as territory manager for the civilian and intelligence segments at Epiq Solutions, federal account manager at Nutanix focused on the Department of Homeland Security and strategic account manager for the Air Force business at VMware.

She also managed various government accounts for Citrix Systems, EMC and CDW.

AppGate maintains a portfolio of products and services in areas such as software-defined perimeter, digital threat security and risk-based authentication.

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