Internet Security Systems CTO steps down

Thursday, 10 June 2004, 12:02 PM EST

Chris Klaus, the founder of Internet Security Systems, has decided to relinquish his role as chief technology officer, but is staying on with the company in the newly created position of chief security adviser.

Chris Rouland, formerly the director of the X-Force security research team, is Klaus' handpicked successor as CTO.

Klaus founded Internet Security Systems Inc. in 1994 on the strength of his Internet Scanner tool, one of the first vulnerability scanners on the commercial market, and built the company into one of the more formidable pure security vendors in the industry.

By Dennis Fisher at eWeek

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