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British Peer joins PGP advisory board

PGP (GB) : 08 July, 2008  (Company News)
PGP gains the expertise of House of Lords member with experience in dealing with computer crime and digital forensics
PGP Corporation has announced that the Earl of Erroll, the House of Lords' most prominent information security expert has joined The PGP Business Advisory Board. Working alongside other international experts on cyber security, emerging technologies, computer forensics, and Internet crime, such as Richard Clarke and Howard Schmidt, the Earl of Erroll will provide specific expertise to help PGP Corporation address executive and technology user requirements in diverse markets and industries.

"The House of Lords has been instrumental in driving personal internet security in the United Kingdom," said Phil Dunkelberger, president and CEO of PGP Corporation. "The Earl of Erroll has been central to this and we are very pleased to have him involved with PGP Corporation.

"It is an honour to join PGP Corporation's board," said the Earl of Erroll. "As the defacto standard for encryption, PGP Corporation offers a unique proposition to the market place. I am excited to work with the company to continue developing its offering further."

Lord Erroll plays an active role in Parliament in several ICT groups, especially those looking at regulatory issues involving Communications, the Internet, Personal Identity and Government Data Sharing.

He sits on the council of PITCOM (Parliamentary Information Technology Committee), is President of E-RA (the E-business Regulatory Alliance) and also sits on other bodies such as the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and the Nominet (UK) Ltd Policy Advisory Boards. In 2007, he sat on the Science & Technology Select Committee's sub-committee on Personal Internet Safety.
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