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Corero Network Security director Andrew Lloyd to take up executive roles

"We are delighted that Andrew has agreed to join Corero as president and executive vice president sales and marketing,” said chairman Jens Montanana.

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Lloyd will be responsible for leading Corero's commercial expansion

Corero Network Security PLC (LON:CNS) has announced that non-executive director Andrew Lloyd will now take up the roles of company president and executive vice president sales and marketing.

The experienced IT professional, who has held leadership roles at Oracle and private-equity backed Workplace Systems, will now be responsible for leading Corero's commercial expansion and sales growth.

"We are delighted that Andrew has agreed to join Corero as president and executive vice president sales and marketing,” said Jens Montanana, Corero chairman.

“His skillset and experience of both growth companies and large multinationals will be invaluable as we drive our revenue growth and establish Corero as a leading player in the DDoS mitigation market."

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