ZeroNorth VP of Engineering Joins the Vendor Forum
July 26, 2021
Pete Goldin

Bruce McPherson, VP Engineering at ZeroNorth, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

McPherson brings over 30 years of experience to ZeroNorth. In his current role, McPherson leads ZeroNorth's engineering organization in the planning and development of the company's DevSecOps platform. Prior to joining ZeroNorth, he was a Product Owner at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), responsible for key components of the SimpliVity hyperconverged platform. Before HPE, he served as the VP of Engineering at BioWisdom and OmniViz. Earlier in his career, McPherson was a software developer and engineering manager at Cerepoint, RSA Security and ATEX. He holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Lowell.

ZeroNorth brings security, DevOps and the business together to improve application security performance and reduce organizational risk. The company’s DevSecOps platform enables organizations to automate and orchestrate key components of their application security program, and to rapidly identify, prioritize and remove the vulnerabilities standing in the way of software excellence.

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