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Nick Schneider

CEOArctic Wolf

Eden Prairie, MN

Member Since August 2021


Nick Schneider leads all sales, marketing, customer success, and operations at Arctic Wolf, bringing more than 15 years of success in scaling high-tech companies, driving customer and partner acquisition, and expanding a global sales footprint. As a veteran in the security industry, he has deep expertise in building global, high-growth sales organizations spanning both emerging and established markets. Nick’s proven success in establishing world-class sales organizations is the engine behind Arctic Wolf’s explosive growth and consistent revenue generation. In his previous role, Nick served as the Vice President of North American sales for Code42, an industry-leading endpoint data protection company. Prior to Code42, Nick led high-performing sales teams at Compellent Technologies, where he helped the company grow to a successful IPO and eventual acquisition by Dell. Nick holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree from Duke University in public policy and economics.

Published content

A CEO’s perspective on navigating company culture during an economic downturn


Guiding an organization through uncertain financial times can be viewed as a leader’s top priority in the short term, as applying focus to maintaining a positive and confident energy around the office will pay dividends in the long term.

It's time to give the IT supply chain the security it deserves


IT supply chain attacks are fast becoming a favorite approach of adversaries.

A tidal wave of ransomware is changing the cyber insurance game


How defenders, insurers, and risk-management professionals can keep above water in stormy seas

16 common but bad habits every leader should avoid

expert panel

Some regular practices may seem harmless but can hinder your effectiveness as a leader. To build and guide a company or organization takes a lot of good habits, and successful leaders soon learn and adopt practices that help them stay on top of to-do lists, keep their teams engaged, plot smart goals, and balance their personal and work lives. But being a successful leader isn't just about having good habits—it's about avoiding bad ones.  It’s all too easy for a leader to unknowingly slip into bad habits that can hinder success. Some of these habits may deliver short-term solutions, but keeping them up can decrease efficiency, disrupt good working relationships, and even create long-term problems. Below, 16 members of Fast Company Executive Board share seemingly harmless habits that every entrepreneur should recognize and eliminate to ensure continued progress and success.

How to avoid being the next ransomware headline


Cybersecurity is a journey, not a destination.

Company details

Arctic Wolf

Company bio

Arctic Wolf is the market leader in security operations. Using the cloud-native Arctic Wolf Platform, we help organizations end cyber risk by providing security operations as a concierge service. Arctic Wolf solutions include Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Managed Risk, Managed Cloud Monitoring and Managed Security Awareness—each delivered by the industry’s original Concierge Security Team. Highly-trained Concierge Security experts work as an extension of internal teams to provide 24x7 monitoring, detection, and response, as well as ongoing risk management to give organizations the protection, resilience and guidance they need to defend against cyber threats.



Area of focus

Security Information
Event Management

Company size

1,001 - 5,000