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SecureAge Technology appoints Chief Product Officer


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SecureAge Technology has appointed James Reynolds as its Chief Product Officer, reflecting the group’s global expansion and in response to the increasing demand for data-centric cybersecurity solutions.

With a career spanning 30 years, Reynolds brings his wealth of experience in the IT industry – from development to engineering director to CTO positions. He has managed large-scale commercial software product development and deployment across the globe during his time at Deutsche Bank in Germany, as the CTO of the commercial encryption company Secude GmbH in Switzerland and in various similar positions in the US.

Most recently the CTO of DomainTools, Reynolds also served as the Group Director of Engineering at Synopses, the R&D Director of a cyber warfare program at DARPA in the US, as well as a Project Manager at SAIC, among others. He has created and overseen development offices in Germany, Singapore, China, India and Vietnam.

In this newly created position, James Reynolds will lead product management efforts for the SecureAge suite of products. That includes serving as a critical communication and planning link among internal groups as well as external agencies. James said: “It is a pleasure to join SecureAge as Chief Product Officer during this exciting growth stage of the company. I’m eager to help innovate and expand our security products for enterprise use worldwide.”

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