Sean Convery

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Sean Convery is vice president and general manager of the ServiceNow security business unit, responsible for delivering solutions that help organizations improve their security posture and team effectiveness. Prior to joining ServiceNow, he was vice president of product management at MobileIron, where he led strategy for the mobile security leader’s core products. Earlier in his career, Convery spent time at Cisco in security-focused product and architecture leadership roles. He also served as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Identity Engines, a startup focused in the then emerging role-based access control market.

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