Lisa Arrowsmith joins OpSec as new chief product officer

As new chief product officer at OpSec, Arrowsmith will oversee delivery of products and services across the company’s online and on-product solutions offerings.

In addition, Arrowsmith, who most recently served as chief product officer at Omdia, will be responsible for embedding customer-centric design into the product roadmap, as well as supporting delivery of protection and authentication solutions.

Prior to her time at Ombia, the new appointment to OpSec’s leadership team held the roles of vice-president and executive director for consumer technology solutions at IHS Markit.

At IHS Markit, Arrowsmith led strategy development, product and platform integration, and customer-driven product design, working for clients across software, display technologies, consumer electronics and media, among other industries.

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“I’m excited for the opportunity to work with OpSec Security’s industry leading product and service offerings – and to harness OpSec’s existing and new capabilities to deliver integrated product solutions,” said new OpSec chief product officer, Arrowsmith.

“As a member of the executive team, I’m looking forward to contributing to the company’s growth strategy, and to build upon our ability to lead innovation in the brand protection and product authentication industry.”

Dr. Selva Selvaratnam, CEO of OpSec Security, commented: “Lisa’s experience and product management knowledge continues our journey to strengthen our leadership team, and our commitment to be the most advanced and innovative company in our industry.

“Lisa’s background completely fits in with our core values of customer-first focus and delivering exceptional service.

“She will play a critical role in continuing our mission to design and deliver the highest quality solutions for our current and future clients.”

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Aaron Hurst

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