Tenable announced the appointment of Meg O’Leary as chief marketing officer. With more than two decades of marketing and communications experience, O’Leary, in image, is widely regarded as an expert storyteller who has built powerhouse brands for some of the most respected companies in cybersecurity. Most recently, she served as chief marketing officer at Cybereason, where she and her team positioned the company as an endpoint security leader. She was also chief marketing officer at Capsule8, a pioneer in cloud workload protection, which was acquired by Sophos. O’Leary co-founded InkHouse Marketing+Media, a public relations agency (now part of Berlin-Rosen), where she advised on hundreds of company and product launches, initial public offerings (IPOs), and exits. At Columbia-based Tenable, O’Leary will lead the company’s global marketing organization, driving brand awareness, messaging and positioning, go-to-market strategy and demand generation for the entire platform.
Baltimore-based Planit secured a spot on Inc. Business Media’s second annual Power Partner Awards. The award honors organizations across the globe that have proven track records supporting the growth of their clients through partnership and collaboration. “We’re incredibly honored to be named to this coveted list,” said Matt Doud, co-founder and president of Planit. “More so, this honor is indicative of the trust our clients place in us and of our team’s steadfast commitment to serving as an extension of their teams as we work together to achieve their business goals.”
Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) popular original series Maryland Farm & Harvest returns for its 11th season on November 14 with the first of 13 new half-hour episodes. A preview of the new season is available for viewing at youtube.com/watch?v=sIDQRLUlMMo. Following their broadcast premiere, episodes are also available to view on demand using MPT’s online video player and the PBS app. The weekly series takes viewers on a journey across the Free State, telling engaging and enlightening stories about the farms, people, and technology required to sustain and grow agriculture in Maryland, the state’s number one commercial industry