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Cyber Movers and Shakers: Axiad Appoints CFO, Cybrary Adds MalwareTech as Cybrary Fellow

Enterprise Security Tech highlights the top movers and shakers in the cybersecurity industry - from well-established industry veterans, to new talent entering the market. Submit your organization's movers and shakers here. Cybrary Marcus Hutchins as Cybrary Fellow

Marcus Hutchins

About: Marcus Hutchins, also known online as MalwareTech, is a British computer security researcher known for stopping the WannaCry ransomware attack. He has been appointed the first Cybrary Fellow, with the goal of advancing cybersecurity upskilling and expanding the global cybersecurity talent pool. Mission: Hutchins will collaborate as a Cybrary Fellow with the Company's teams and will also work cross-functionally to foster engagement with Cybrary’s community of over 3 million learners. He will spearhead training events and mentoring opportunities, advise on training content strategy, and co-create new hands-on learning activities such as virtual labs and pathways. Axiad appoints Jon Skoglund to CFO

Jon Skoglund

About: A Silicon Valley veteran, Jon has more than 25 years of experience in high-growth public and private companies across various industries including SaaS and cybersecurity. He joined Axiad from Anomali, where he successfully helped build the company infrastructure as it scaled for strategic growth. Jon previously served as CFO at ShareThis and Axcient, to name a few, and has held various progressive financial positions at companies such as Intuitive Surgical, SGI, KPMG, and National Semiconductor. He holds an MBA from Santa Clara University. Mission: As CFO, Skoglund will ensure that Axiad puts optimal infrastructure and processes in place as it scales for continued upward growth in the fast-growing identity security space. "We are thrilled to have Jon on board to leverage his deep knowledge of the technology industry, as well as his experience with both private and public companies and the VC/PE investor community,” said Yves Audebert, Chairman, President and Co-CEO of Axiad. “The addition of Jon to our team supports our strong position as a leading provider of passwordless solutions, enabling organizations to master their complex environments and shift from a fragmented to a holistic approach for authentication.”



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