According to The New New Internet: “Symantec Corporation is helping the government in its investigation of the Aurora attacks against search engine giant Google, CEO Enrique Salem said earlier this week. Symantec monitors millions of computers worldwide and has significant data on malware infections and other cyber attacks which they sometimes sell to federal agencies and companies.”
Ned Miller, former chief technology strategist at McAfee (Nasdaq: MCFE), has joined Appgate to serve as senior vice president and general manager of the cybersecurity company’s federal arm. He will be responsible for working with sales and technical teams to deliver zero-trust security products to clients, and leading market strategies that guide the company’s engagement
Nico Popp, former chief product officer of cybersecurity software provider Forcepoint, has been appointed to the same position at Columbia, Maryland-based vulnerability management company Tenable. He will oversee global engineering and product management functions that support Tenable’s framework to help customers understand and address potential cyber risks across an attack surface, the company said Tuesday.
Jim Kelly, a vice president at Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL), has been promoted to senior VP for North America federal sales at the company, GovCon Wire has learned. “Jim’s experience and drive make him an excellent leader to continue our strong momentum in this segment,” John Byrne, president of North America Sales at Dell, said