Rapid7, provider of unified vulnerability management and penetration testing solutions, has appointed former RSA executive and VMware Vice President and General Manager Christopher Young to its board of directors.
Young previously served as senior vice president of RSA products, where during his six-year tenure he built RSA’s identity protection and verification business, led the company’s global engineering, product management and product marketing organizations, and was responsible for the strategy and delivery of RSA’s entire product portfolio.
Young joined VMware this past September to lead the company’s newly formed end-user computing business unit.
In related news, Rapid7 today announced NeXpose 4.10, the latest version of its vulnerability management solution.
NeXpose 4.10 provides operational efficiency and reporting with new features such as dynamic asset groups, advanced asset reporting filters, expansion of supported authentication methods and industry-leading detection with more than 61,000 vulnerability checks.