VeriSign Names Chief Security Officer Published: Apr 19, 2005
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Internet infrastructure services provider VeriSign (verisign.com) announced on Monday that it had named Ken Silva, an employee since June 2000, as its first chief security officer.

VeriSign Names Chief Security Officer

April 19, 2005 -- Internet infrastructure services provider VeriSign (verisign.com) announced on Monday that it had named Ken Silva, an employee since June 2000, as its first chief security officer.
 
Silva will be responsible for establishing security measures across the company, including security policies and auditing functions.
 
"Our customers and business partners expect VeriSign intelligent infrastructure services to be scalable, reliable and secure when they conduct communications and commerce online," says Stratton Sclavos, VeriSign chairman and chief executive officer. "Our elevation of Ken to be our first-ever CSO is a reflection of the tremendous job he has done in maintaining the integrity of our global infrastructure, and we look forward to using his talents to benefit our customers and our entire corporation."
 
Before being named chief security officer, Silva was VeriSign's vice president of networking and information security. Prior to joining VeriSign, Silva was employed for 10 years at the US National Security Ageny, most recently as executive technical director.
 
"I'm extremely honored to take on the CSO role and look forward to working with all our business units and their customers, to help them implement security measures that will proactively meet their business goals for digital commerce and communications," says Silva.

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