On Thursday, the 16th of January 2020, Santa Clara, CA-based American multinational computer security software company, McAfee LLC. said in a statement that the computer security company had appointed former Chief Executive of BMC Software, Peter Leav, as its new Chief Executive, who according to McAfee’s Thursday’s (January 16th) statement would be replacing Chris Young, the narrator of McAfee at its present form who chopped the company of Intel Corp about four years ago.
In point of fact, latest McAfee decision to replace its Chief Executive would in effect open up numerous doors of endless opportunities as it would be providing the company with a better option to pursue an initial public offering under a new leader who had been well in alignment with US Securities and Exchange commission during serving his time in BMC Software that went public roughly thirty years earlier, while the McAfee move would also include potential industry shake-ups such as a merger with NortonLifeLock Inc, another computer software company engaged primarily in security toolkits, formerly known as the Symantec that went in an open confrontation back in the 2017s when the world’s No.
1 search engine megalith, Google LLC was quoted saying it had lost confidence over Symantec addressing a flurry of improper certifications. Meanwhile, expressing an out-and-out optimism over the appointment of ex-BMC Software CEO, Peter Leav, McAfee Chair Jon Winkelried said late on Thursday (January 16th), “Peter has exactly the right mix of experience and expertise to lead McAfee in its next phase of growth”.