Former Cisco Security Exec Christopher Young to Head Intel Security; Renee James Comments

Christopher Young
Christopher Young

Christopher Young, former senior vice president of Cisco‘s (Nasdaq: CSCO) global security and government group, has joined Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) as SVP and general manager of Intel Security and member of the management committee.

Intel said Monday Young will report directly to President Renee James, who noted that Young’s cybersecurity expertise would help him lead the company’s security and identity protection business.

Young has previously worked at VMware (NYSE: VMW),  RSA and Cyveillance, which he co-founded and headed as president and chief operating officer.

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