Cylance's channel boss Didi Dayton has left the vendor for network security firm Vectra.
Dayton spent just over three years at Cylance having joined in November 2018, when the next-gen cybersecurity firm was aggressively expanding across the world.
The exec's departure comes after vice president of international sales and distribution Tim Mackie departed for SentinelOne.
On joining Vectra, Dayton said: "I am thrilled to join Vectra during this important stage in the Company's evolution.
"Vectra has significant momentum, and I look forward to working alongside Kevin Moore (SVP of field operations) and the management team to accelerate channel and go-to-market strategy, as well as drive greater value for Vectra channel partners and their customers."
Dayton's move comes less than two weeks after Mackie's switch was announced at the start of this month, with the former Cylance exec taking on the role of worldwide channel VP at SentinelOne - a vendor often touted as a direct competitor with Cylance.
Vectra is distributed in the UK by Cloud Distribution and told CRN just over a year ago that it was looking to bolster its UK partner ranks after seeing sales rocket.
Moore said: "Didi brings a rare combination of talents and proven experience to Vectra channel operations.
"We are excited to have her on board to drive a rich channel programme that delivers predictable and consistent results as well as new offerings to our partners."
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