Software Defined Networking and Cyber Security: Why Your Audit Committee is Looking over Your Shoulder

GEORGE DE URIOSTE | August 21, 2015

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George de Urioste is Chief Financial Officer for Pluribus Networks, Inc. In his 30+ years of experience, he has served as Audit Committee chairman for 6 companies, public, private and not-for-profit and CFO at three public companies. He’s also currently active as an audit committee chairman for a technology company.

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