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Q&A: Former FireEye CEO DeWalt On Why He's Joining IoT Security Startups

Since leaving FireEye, Dave DeWalt has dove headfirst into the Internet of Things security market with positions on three boards of directors. Here's why he thinks the opportunity is sky-high for these companies.

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DeWalt On The Booming IoT Market

Since leaving FireEye earlier this year, Dave DeWalt has dove head first into the fast-growing Internet of Things security startup space, joining the boards of directors of three startups in the space. DeWalt officially left FireEye in February when he resigned as executive chairman after stepping down from the CEO role last May. Since then, DeWalt has joined the board of digital identity IoT security company ForgeRock as vice chairman and operational technology network protection company Claroty as chairman of the board. Those appointments add to DeWalt's position as vice chairman at ForeScout Technologies. In an interview with CRN at the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco this month, DeWalt talked about why he was placing his bets on the Internet of Things security market, and why he thinks the opportunity is bigger than ever before for companies in that space.

 
 
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