Richard Barnes

Richard Barnes

Member of the Internet Society Board of Trustees
Joined on November 27, 2019
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Richard Barnes is Chief Security Architect for Collaboration at Cisco, helping make it possible for people to work together more securely. He also serves on the boards of the Internet Society and the Internet Security Research Group (the organizational home of Let's Encrypt), the latter of which he help co-found a few years ago. Prior to joining Cisco, Richard was the Firefox Security Lead at Mozilla, heading up their efforts to make the web more secure.

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Why I Voted to Sell .ORG

Hi, I'm Richard. I've been around the Internet for a while. I work for Cisco now, and used to lead security for Firefox. I've published a few RFCs and served on the Internet Engineering Steering Group (the board of the IETF). I was a co-founder of Let's Encrypt and I currently serve on its board. I care about the Internet, and I care about nonprofits. more

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