PFP Cybersecurity Adds 1 New Director, 3 Spots on Advisory Board Members

Vienna, Va.-based Internet of Things security provider PFP Cybersecurity has added one new member to its board of directors and three slots to its board of advisers.

The company said Monday that ThreatQuotient CEO John Czupak joined the board of directors as part of the slate of appointments intended to help guide PFP’s strategy in the Internet of Things Market.

New advisory board members include Dave Merkel, former FireEye and Mandiant chief technology officer; Todd Headley, former Sourcefire chief financial officer; and Robert Rodriguez, Security Innovation Network chairman and founder.

“We are honored that Mr. Czupak, Mr. Merkel, Mr. Headley and Mr. Rodriguez have agreed to join our boards and give us guidance as we work to deliver on our mission to be a trusted security solution in today’s evolving Internet of Things landscape,” said Steven Chen, PFP Cybersecurity founder and CEO.

“Each of these individuals will provide valuable expertise and guidance from their years of technical and management experience and will support our efforts towards making the IoT more secure through a cost-effective, scalable and reliable technology solution.”

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