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Report: Eddie Schwartz Joins Verizon as Cyber Intell Head

verizonEddie Schwartz, formerly chief information security officer at EMC (NYSE: EMC) security arm RSA, has been appointed to head the corporate security and cyber intelligence practice at Verizon (NYSE: Z), Reuters reported Tuesday.

Jim Finkle writes Dave Martin, EMC’s chief security officer, will succeed Schwartz on an interim basis.

Schwartz worked to help RSA bolster its cyber defense product portfolio since joining the division in 2011, according to the report.

Finkle reports Verizon is looking to expand its cybersecurity portfolio that is intended for enterprise customers to protect data in a mobile or a cloud environment.

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