Neustar's Rodney Joffe, TCS' Maurice Tose Extend FCC Advisory Council Terms

Rodney Joffe
Rodney Joffe

Neustar Senior Vice President and Fellow Rodney Joffe has been reappointed to a third term on the Federal Communications Commission's Communications, Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council.

Joffe will assist in work on the recommendations of communication security, reliability and interoperability best practices to the FCC, Neustar said Tuesday.

Maurice Tose
Maurice Tose

“Since the early 1990s, Rodney has recognized the inherent danger that can arise from Internet misuse and he has devoted himself and his resources to making it a safer place for all of us,“ said Lisa Hook, Neustar president and CEO.

TeleCommunication Systems CEO Maurice Tose has also been appointed to serve a fourth term on the council ending in 2017.

TCS said Tuesday Tose would help the council promote the 9-1-1 service, focus on network and mobile device security, protect communications networks and deliver alerts to the public.

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