General Manager of Fixed Broadband Solutions at Nominum
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Craig is the General Manager of Fixed Broadband Solutions at Nominum, a company committed to making the Internet safer and more useful for 500 million end users that rely on Nominum's DNS and DHCP-based solutions. Craig joined Nominum in June 2008 and regularly consults with customers around the world about ways to better use technology to secure their network.
Craig has spent the last 10 years creating and promoting innovative technologies to secure ISP and enterprise networks and make it easier for people to stay safe online. Prior to joining Nominum, Craig worked at IronPort Systems, a leading email and web security company. At IronPort Craig managed their anti-spam and anti-malware products, led their security research team and launched widely used public tools such as senderbase.org that help network operators identify and prevent spam and abusive communications originating from their network.
Craig holds five security-related patents and received a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Albany and an MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management.
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