StillSecure appoints security expert and blogger Martin McKeay as a Product Evangelist
Posted on 27 February 2007.
StillSecure announced that Martin McKeay, well-known security expert, blogger, and podcaster, has joined StillSecure as a Product Evangelist. Mr. McKeay is part of StillSecure's team researching network and security convergence, where he will be developing user communities interested in the topic.

"Martin is a highly respected security guru and we're thrilled that he has decided to join our team because it validates our leadership in the market and our innovative vision for the future of networking and security," said Mitchell Ashley, CTO and VP of Customer Experience at StillSecure. "With his deep understanding of both networking and security, Martin will play a critical role in helping StillSecure address the convergence of these two traditionally separate disciplines."

Over the past four years, Mr. McKeay has become well-known as one of the top security bloggers and podcasters. He maintains one of the most frequently read security blogs, the "Network Security Blog", as well as a weekly podcast, the "Network Security Podcast". Mr. McKeay is a regular contributor to Computerworld and he recently launched the security channel for PodTech, a network of daily technology, business, and media podcasts.

Mr. McKeay has 15 years of experience in IT, including more than 7 years of experience in network security, with positions ranging from network administrator to security manager. He holds both CISSP and GIAC-GSNA certifications.


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