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Wednesday, 18 January 2012 02:01

F-Secure's new boss starts work

Written by Nick Farell

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Fredrikson is president and CEO

Insecurity outfit F-Secure's new President and CEO, Christian Fredrikson has started work. Fredrikson is an escapee from Nokia Siemens Networks, where he was responsible for global sales of the Network Systems business unit.

Commenting on his appointment, Fredrikson said he sees his role as trying to expand the outfit. He said that there was a growing need for the protection and storage of people's digital content across devices.

Since joining Nokia in 1994, Fredrikson held several executive positions in various locations, including R&D and sales. This is in addition to his time as Head of the Asia Pacific Region and Head of Operation and Business Software Business Unit. He is a Finnish citizen and holds a master's degree in engineering from Åbo Akademi University in Turku, Finland.


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