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ICANN hires security expert, Mark Jardina as Vice President

ITRealms:
An expert in global security and health and safety, Mr. Mark Jardina, has joined the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) as Vice President of Security Operations, reports ITRealms.

ICANN chief executive officer cum president, Mr. Goran Marby disclosed this to ITRealms, saying that safety and security of the ICANN stakeholders, board and the organization are the top priority, he said, stressing "Mark brings over 15 years of global security experience gained within the public, private, NGO and diplomatic sectors. We are very pleased to have this in-house expertise."

He also said that building on existing plans developed in partnership with Control Risks and International SOS, Jardina will be responsible for physical security operations.

Within his purview, he said, are travel advisories for ICANN meetings, board meetings and other business-related travels, onsite security at ICANN Public Meetings and events, and security for ICANN offices around the world.

“Jardina has an extensive background in global security gained in the international development community, global media development and private sector corporate security, as well as the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Marine Corps. He has international experience in South America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East,” Marby said.


In addition, he said, Jardina is fluent in English, Italian and Spanish, and is conversational in Turkish. Jardina is a graduate of the U.S. Marine Corps cum Army Military Police Academy, SPAWAR Physical Security School with MDI Systems, and University of Maryland graduate of Business Administration and Homeland Security and resides in Washington, D.C.

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