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Vice President of Global Sales Engineering and Operations at NETSCOUT
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Carlos Morales is a Vice President responsible for NETSCOUT Arbor's pre-sales organization and sales for Arbor Cloud DDoS Mitigation and Managed Security Services lines of business. Carlos leads one of the industry's pre-eminent teams of pre-sales engineers providing enterprise, service provider, and government customers worldwide with security consulting, architecture, design, and integration of NETSCOUT Arbor portfolio of solutions. He is a member of the NETSCOUT Arbor senior management team and of NETSCOUT's executive cybersecurity committee. Carlos previously had leadership of the Arbor Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT), an elite security research organization, helping to shape Arbor's threat intelligence offerings. He brings more than two decades of experience in deploying security, networking and access solutions for service provider and enterprise networks. Before joining in 2004, Carlos held management positions at Nortel Networks and Tiburon Networks, where he served as director of sales engineering. He also held sales engineering roles at Shiva Corporation, Crescent Networks, and Hayes Microcomputer.

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