Palo Alto Networks has confirmed that Dave Peranich, executive vice president of worldwide sales, will leave the US-based cyber security company in September, The Information reported.
The company is currently seeking employees for the job of the global sales chief to replace Dave Peranich.
Palo Alto Networks has lost several top management team members in recent months. Palo Alto Networks in June 2018 replaced its former CEO Mark McLaughlin with former SoftBank and Google executive Nikesh Arora.
Santa Clara-based the company in October replaced former president Mark Anderson with former Google executive Amit Singh.
Patrick Blair, former senior vice president and general manager of Americas sales also left Palo Alto Networks earlier this year.
Palo Alto Networks in July 2019 announced the appointment of Jean English to the position of chief marketing officer (CMO). Jean English joined Palo Alto Networks after serving NetApp as senior vice president and CMO for three years.
Recently, Palo Alto Networks completed its acquisition of Twistlock, the leader in container security, for $410 million and PureSec, a leader in serverless security.
Palo Alto Networks reported 28 percent increase in revenue to $726.6 million for the fiscal third quarter 2019, compared with total revenue of $567.7 million for the fiscal third quarter 2018.
Palo Alto Networks on September 4 will discuss the company’s financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter and full year 2019, ended July 31, 2019.