Cybersecurity company adds two new execs

ANN ARBOR—Censys, providers of cybersecurity services, announced the appointment of Matthew Hurley as chief revenue officer and Bob Dickinson as chief technology officer.

“Since joining Censys this year, I’ve had the opportunity to witness our team’s impressive growth, and I’m honored to bring on Matthew and Bob to expand Censys and help us achieve a new level of excellence as we continue to grow this year,” said Brad Brooks, CEO, Censys. “The power of Censys lies within our people, and I’m eager to see how these individuals take our company to the next level.”

Hurley was previously OneLogin’s chief revenue officer and customer success officer, overseeing a team of more than 150 people. Before that, Hurley led Juniper Networks’ global channel program and strategy team, and earlier worked for Bell Canada. In 2020, Hurley joined the board of Datavalet Technologies, a Canadian IT services and consulting provider.

Dickinson was previously OneLogin’s CTO, and earlier was president and CEO of Synchro Labs Inc., a mobile application development platform he created. Additionally throughout his career, Dickinson has founded several organizations, including sign.in, a secure password management service, and Switchbox Labs, a consumer tech start-up acquired by Lenovo in 2009.

For more information about Censys, visit https://censys.io/.

Customers like FireEye, Google, NATO, Swiss Armed Forces, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and over 10% of the Fortune 500 rely on Censys’ Internet-wide continuous visibility platform to discover and prevent cybersecurity threats.

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