HUMAN Security announces new Executive Chairman and CEO

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HUMAN Security, an organization focused on digital fraud prevention, has announced that Tamer Hassan, Co-Founder and CEO, is transitioning to the role of board member and Executive Chairman of the company.

Meanwhile, Stu Solomon, a security industry veteran and formerly the President of Recorded Future, has been appointed to CEO of HUMAN Security.

According to the company, this move marks a strategic transition for HUMAN Security, combining Hassan’s leadership with Solomon’s strategic and operational security expertise to accelerate the company’s growth and innovation.

“A new chapter”

“It’s time for a new chapter at HUMAN, and I am thrilled to welcome Stu as HUMAN’s new CEO,” said Hassan.

“Stu is a natural selection to lead the next phase of HUMAN.

“A true technologist with experience in scaling companies and a people-first mindset around culture and values is exactly what the company needs for this next chapter.

“As Executive Chairman, I look forward to focusing on areas where I can have the most impact – steering HUMAN’s company strategy, customers and partners, and public policy around cybersecurity education and initiatives, remaining as committed as ever to HUMAN’s mission.” 

“Tamer’s vision and commitment have been fundamental to HUMAN’s success,” added Solomon.

“His leadership has established HUMAN as a beacon in the industry.

“As the new CEO, I am excited to build upon his legacy and usher in the next era of HUMAN while staying true to the mission of disrupting the economics of cyber-crime to protect the integrity of the internet.

“I have admired the work that the incredible team at HUMAN has been doing in this space for several years and I am humbled to be able to add my experiences to the mix as we take this fight to the next level.”

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