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Icann appoints Crain as new chief security officer

Wednesday 30 October 2013 | 14:15 CET | News
Icann has announced it has appointed John Crain as its new chief security, stability and resiliency officer. In this newly created position Crain will assume the responsibilities of Jeff Moss, who announced he is stepping down from his position as chief security officer at the end of the year. Crain has been with Icann for thirteen years and most recently served as Icann's senior director of security, stability and resiliency. Moss, who was appointed to his current position in April 2011, said although he is leaving the company, he plans to stay an active part of the community. Icann also

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Icann
Countries: World
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