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Executive Vice President & Chief Product Officer at Sophos
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Dan Schiappa is Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer with Sophos. In this role, Dan is responsible for the overall strategy, product management, architecture, research and development, and product quality for the network security, enduser security, and Sophos Central groups, and drives next-gen innovation into the entire portfolio.

Dan joined Sophos as general manager of the Sophos Enduser Security Group in 2013 with responsibility for the company's portfolio of enduser security offerings, including endpoint, mobile, server protection, and encryption and data protection products. In November 2016, Dan also took responsibility for the Network Security Group, which includes the Sophos portfolio of next-gen firewall, UTM, and Wi-Fi protection.

Prior to joining Sophos, Dan served as senior vice president and general manager of the Identity and Data Protection Group at RSA, the Security Division of EMC as well as holding several GM positions at Microsoft Corporation.

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