Lou Fiorello

Lou Fiorello, Vice President and General Manager, Security Products, ServiceNow

Lou Fiorello is vice president and general manager of security products at ServiceNow, where he’s responsible for a portfolio of security orchestration and response and risk-based vulnerability management products. He has more than 20 years of experience in the technology industry, building products and working with customers to drive outcomes, including roles at Symantec and Veritas.


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