Perimeter 81 welcomes new VPs Lital Parush-David and Tal Laufer
The pair are joining the company from Amdocs and Check Point to serve as VP HR and VP Product
Cloud and network security company Perimeter 81 has welcomed two new VPs to its executive team. Lital Parush-David has joined the company as its new VP of HR and Tal Laufer has joined as its new VP of Product. Together they will join the company’s management team to help support its growth and accelerate both product development and business growth.
“During 2020, Perimeter 81 has more than doubled its global clientele, workforce, and revenue,” says Amit Bareket, Co-Founder and CEO of Perimeter 81. “To continue supporting this extraordinary growth, we are thrilled to welcome Lital and Tal to our company and our management team. They each bring many years of experience and a profound and innovative understanding of their respective areas of expertise. I have no doubt that they will make a tremendous contribution to our continued rapid business growth while overcoming the challenges before us.”
Lital Parush-David (left) and Tal Laufer. Photo: Perimeter 81
Parush-David joins Perimeter 81 with more than 18 years of HR experience, 15 of which were at Amdocs. Her previous roles included Amdoc’s VP HR for Global HR Services & Talent Acquisition and Head of HR for Business Units, responsible for the overall employee experience. During this time her team of 150 HR managers provided operations for 30,000 employees in 60 countries. Before this, she was Head of HR Israel & HR of Amdocs Corporate Units.
Laufer joins Perimeter 81 after serving as Check Point’s Senior Product Manager for SaaS cybersecurity solutions. Before Check Point, she served as Director for Product Line Management at Arris.
Perimeter 81 was founded in 2018 by CEO Amit Bareket and CPO Sagi Gidali. The company helps organizations support the desires of nomads while still granting IT teams the ability to manage remote working safely. It is used by a variety of SMBs and Fortune 500 companies across a range of sectors. It expects to triple its workforce by the end of 2023.