ZeroFOX peels two from McAfee [Cybersecurity Roundup] - Baltimore


Jun. 17, 2014 7:29 am

ZeroFOX peels two from McAfee [Cybersecurity Roundup]

Personnel moves and a startup relocation from neighboring Delaware. It's's weekly roundup of what's happening in Maryland's cybersecurity sector.

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The cybersecurity startup ZeroFOX has appointed two new vice presidents, the firm announced. Pano Paschaloudis will serve as the Federal Hill company’s vice president of global enterprise sales. Paschaloudis was the top performer in sales at McAfee (now Intel Security) from 2005 to 2013, and previously worked for Cisco Systems and Cabletron Systems. Stephen Weis, the new vice president of defense & intelligence sales, also came from McAfee, where he managed Department of Defense accounts at Fort Meade. His resume includes time at GTE and Qwest. ZeroFOX, a Betamore graduate, opened offices in San Francisco and New York earlier this year.

Federal Hill-based Red Owl Analytics hired former U.S. Department of the Treasury official Michael Madon to be the vice president and general manager of its government division, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.

Wilmington, Del.-based Watchful Eye Security signed a one-year lease with Cecil College, the Cecil Whig reports. The company’s technology utilizes a secondary emergency pin an ATM user could enter to alert police and allow authorities to access surveillance cameras to witness a crime in progress.

Tyler Waldman

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