TechR2 has named Klay Huddleston as its Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer
TechR2, LLC (TechR2), a leader in the data security industry, is proud to announce that it has named Klay Huddleston as its Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer. Leading the growth and development of the Company, Klay will drive the Company’s global marketing, sales and business strategy to meet growth and profitability goals.
“We are so excited to have someone with Klay’s background and deep experience in sales and marketing join TechR2’s management team as the company continues scaling for growth,” adds Sepp Rajaie, President and CEO of TechR2.
Klay brings to TechR2 a successful 25-year track record of leading e-commerce, marketing, sales and global initiatives that drive revenue, margin and business transformation for top business-to-consumer and business-to-business brands. Before serving as global Chief Marketing Officer at Libbey Glass–the No. 1 glassware company in the Americas and one of the largest tableware suppliers in the world—Klay was Senior Vice President of Omni-Commerce for Resource/Ammirati, an IBM company specializing in brand, commerce and technology solutions. Klay also served as Vice President and General Manager, Direct for Tween Brands and as Director, E-commerce for Lane Bryant. Included in his notable career is 6 years of experience in various marketing and product management positions for Amazon.com, Inc. Klay holds a Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio State University.
TechR2 is backed by multiple ISO Certifications (i.e., ISO 27001 for Information Security; 14001 for Environmental Protection; 9001 for Quality Assurance Management and OHSAS 18001 for Occupational Health and Safety). TechR2’s core Tear-A-Byte® solution is unmatched in the industry and coupled with TechR2’s ISO 31000 compliant risk assessment, auditing, decommissioning and secure transport services ensure the utmost protection of our clients. TechR2’s offerings fully comply with international laws (e.g., GDPR); federal regulations (such as, NIST, SOC, HIPAA, PCI, FERPA and FFIEC); and state statutes, including the California Privacy Act, New York Data Privacy Law and Ohio Safe Harbor Act.