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.