McAfee Loses Chief to Competitor

Antivirus software provider McAfee announced the resignation of President Gene Hodges today, who is stepping down to take the chief executive post at rival security firm Websense.

Hodges will succeed Websense CEO John Carrington, who has served as CEO since 1999. Carrington will remain executive chairman of the board, according to Websense.

Hodges joins the Websense team after holding the position of president at McAfee where he was responsible for technology development, strategy and execution, as well as all sales and marketing for McAfee’s many business units worldwide.

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