Appoints Colin Britton as COO & Dave Raphael as CPO

DNSFilter today announced the appointment of Colin Britton as Chief Operating Officer and Dave Raphael as Chief Product Officer. The executive appointments come on the heels of DNSFilter’s continued growth and increasing scale, as the company doubled its headcount over the past twelve months.

“I look forward to leveraging my deep understanding of both the underlying technology and the broader security landscape to continue delivering innovative, AI-based DNS threat protection to the market without losing any of the magic that’s made DNSFilter into the company it is today.”

“At DNSFilter, we’re transforming the way the industry thinks of DNS security,” said Ken Carnesi, Co-Founder and CEO, DNSFilter. “We’re at an exciting point in our company’s evolution, and I’m pleased to welcome Colin, Dave and all our recent executive hires to the team. Colin and Dave’s guidance will be a critical asset as we continue to scale and deliver innovative solutions to protect millions of end users from falling victim to today’s advanced cyber threats.”

As a growth-stage operator, strategist and technologist, Colin Britton brings over 20 years of experience to DNSFilter, spanning SaaS, big data, and technology. Prior to joining DNSFilter, Mr. Britton served various growth roles at organizations including Teamviewer, LogicNow, now a part of N-Able, and Devo. As Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Britton will be responsible for guiding strategic growth and ensuring operational excellence.

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