Infoblox Appoints Engineering VP

Infoblox appoints former RSA Security executive Victor Chang as vice president of engineering

August 8, 2005

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Infoblox Inc., a developer of network identity infrastructure (NII) systems, today announced that Victor Chang has joined the company as vice president of engineering. In this role, he will be responsible for driving the technology strategy and development of Infoblox's industry-leading network identity appliances that serve as the foundation of highly reliable, manageable, scalable and secure identity-driven networks.

Chang, formerly vice president of technology in the office of the CTO at RSA Security, Inc., brings to the company more than 25 years of engineering and technical management experience in networking, network security, and computer systems markets. While at RSA, Chang was instrumental in establishing the company's product strategy, especially in emerging technology markets. He also gathered extensive experience in integrating authentication technology with emerging 802.1x, wireless LAN (WLAN), Voice over IP (VoIP) and end-point security solutions, as well as integrating identity management credentials with RADIUS, LDAP and Microsoft Active Directory.

"I am pleased to welcome Victor to the Infoblox executive team," said Robert Thomas, president and CEO of Infoblox. "His extensive industry experience, including development of market-leading authentication and identity management technology at RSA, will have tremendous value as Infoblox continues to build advanced solutions that help enterprises establish identity-driven networks."

"As a pioneer in a rapidly emerging market, I believe that Infoblox, with its unique, purpose-built appliances and database-driven approach to managing network identities, represents an incredible opportunity to drive valuable product enhancements and integration; I am very pleased to be a part of the team," said Chang.

Infoblox Inc.

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