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'''Doron Shikmoni''' is a leading authority in the internet community in Israel and the founder of [[ForeScout Technologies]].<ref>[http://www.jigsaw.com/scid6139858/doron_shikmoni.xhtml jigsaw.com]</ref>
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'''Doron Shikmoni''' is a leading authority within Isreal's internet community, and the founder of [[ForeScout Technologies]].<ref>[http://www.jigsaw.com/scid6139858/doron_shikmoni.xhtml jigsaw.com]</ref>
  
 
=== Career History ===
 
=== Career History ===
*He is one of the Pioneers of Internet in Israel.<ref>[http://www.tracked.com/person/doron-shikmoni/ tracked.com]</ref>
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*One of the Pioneers of Internet in Israel.<ref>[http://www.tracked.com/person/doron-shikmoni/ tracked.com]</ref>
*He is the architect of the Israeli government's secured Internet gateway.
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*The architect of the Israeli government's secured Internet gateway.
*He works with the [[ICANN]] Security and Stability Advisory Committee.
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*He works with the [[ICANN]]'s Security and Stability Advisory Committee.
 
*He is a founding board member of [[ISOC IL]] and served there as a President for three years.
 
*He is a founding board member of [[ISOC IL]] and served there as a President for three years.
  

Revision as of 19:45, 14 January 2011

DoronShikmoniPortrait.jpg
DoronShikmoniCaricature.jpg
Country: Israel
Email: doron [at] isoc.org.il

Doron Shikmoni is a leading authority within Isreal's internet community, and the founder of ForeScout Technologies.[1]

Career History

  • One of the Pioneers of Internet in Israel.[2]
  • The architect of the Israeli government's secured Internet gateway.
  • He works with the ICANN's Security and Stability Advisory Committee.
  • He is a founding board member of ISOC IL and served there as a President for three years.

References