: McAfee names Greg Johnson as new CEO

Cybersecurity association McAfee Corp. announced Tuesday that Chief Executive Peter Leav is stepping down, and will be transposed by Greg Johnson, before an executive during Intuit Inc.

In a statement, a association pronounced a pierce comes as McAfee transitions to a pure-play consumer insurance company. In November, McAfee concluded to be acquired by an financier group led by Advent International Corp. for an estimated craving value of about $14 billion, and was taken private about a year after its 2020 IPO.

“Greg brings some-more than 25 years of consumer business knowledge during truly innovative, heading brands,” McAfee Chairman Bruce Chizen pronounced in a statement. “Greg binds an considerable lane record of cultivating multi-billion-dollar expansion strategies for consumer businesses while delivering augmenting value to customers. Greg’s proven imagination creates him a personality of choice to spearhead destiny expansion for a company.”

Johnson will take a reins Jun 13.

“The McAfee code binds an enviable repute of trust, peculiarity and creation and I’m vehement to lead a association in the subsequent proviso of growth,” he pronounced in a statement.

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