Android security chief switches to Nest

January 4th, 2018   decode   news

Google’s Nest division has got a new Director of Security and Privacy in Adrian Ludwig, who has been working as director of Android security until now. The announcement was made by Ludwig himself in a Google+ post.

Over the last month, I’ve taken on a new role at Alphabet as Director of Security and Privacy for Nest.

Ludwig has been working with the Android security team for over 6 years now. He has been replaced by Dave Kleidermacher, who has previously been associated with BlackBerry as the Chief Security Officer, but joined Google last year.

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