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Secunia says goodbye to Chief Security Specialist after 10 years

16:45 CET, 30th November 2012 By Secunia.

After 10 years, CSS Carsten Eiram is leaving Secunia.

"We’re very sorry to see Carsten go. It’s been a pleasure working with him, and his dedication and hard work has been of great value to Secunia. Carsten has a soft spot for start-ups, and now that the Secunia Research Team is a world-class and well-oiled machine Carsten understandably feels that his work is done," said Secunia CEO, Thomas Zeihlund.

Carsten Eiram has been heading up the Secunia Research Team since 2006. Lately, he has taken a step back from the day-to-day running of the Research Team, to focus more on his role as external spokesperson for the company.

"It's been a great ride these past 10 years, and I am very proud of what the rest of the Secunia team and I have accomplished together. I feel that now is the right time for me to move on, and explore what I can achieve by throwing my efforts into helping another, new business," said Carsten Eiram about his decision to leave.

For more information, please contact:

Thomas Zeihlund, CEO
Thomas Kristensen, Chief Security Officer

 
About Secunia
Founded in 2002, Secunia is the leading provider of IT security solutions that help businesses and private individuals globally manage and control vulnerability threats, risks across their networks, and end-points. This is enabled by Secunia’s award-winning Vulnerability Intelligence, Vulnerability Assessment, and Patch Management solutions that ensure optimal and cost-effective protection of critical information assets.
Secunia plays an important role in the IT security ecosystem, and is the preferred supplier for enterprises and government agencies worldwide, counting Fortune 500 and Global 2000 businesses among its customer base. Secunia is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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