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'''Ram Mohan''' is the Executive Vice President of Business Operations and Chief Technology Officer at [[Afilias]] Limited. Ram joined the [[ICANN Board|ICANN Board of Directors]] as the [[SSAC]]'s non-voting liaison at the conclusion of the Cairo Meeting in 2008.<ref>[http://www.identitytheftblog.info/internet-security/ram-mohan-icann-afilias/ IdentityTheftBlog.info]</ref> He has worked extensively and led developments on Internet security and internationalization.<ref>[http://www.afilias.info/biographies/ram-mohan Afilias.info]</ref>
He sits on the boards of various educational and leadership non-profits in the Philadelphia area, he is particularly dedicated to working with non-profits involved in the fight against cancer.
Ram is often a featured speaker at Industry meetings and conferences.<ref>[http://www.afilias.info/biographies/ram-mohan Afilias.info]</ref>
Mr. Mohan leads  the company's development of registry services and security, including all [[DNSSEC]] implementation, as well as new product sectors.<ref>[http://www.afilias.info/biographies/ram-mohan Afilias.info]</ref>
In 2004, [[Afilias]] was appointed as a technology advisor to the Indian Government to liberalize the [[.in]] [[ccTLD]].  Working in close coordination with government, industry and civil society, Ram led the team responsible for the transformation of the .in domain, and it went from 7,000 names registered at the start of 2005 to 140,000 registered names 10 months later.
Ram was in charge of eliminating [[phishing]] attacks within the company's [[.info]] extension; in 2008, it had the lowest phishing rate and the lowest average attack duration of any of the Internet's [[gTLD]]s.<ref>[http://www.afilias.org/news/related/379/9+33+26+55?page=11 Afilias.org]</ref>
He helped write the [[IDN]] Guidelines that have been widely adopted by registries worldwide and remains actively involved in [[IDN]] issues.  He is a founding member of the [[ICANN]] [[SSAC|Security & Stability Committee]],<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/biog/mohan.htm ICANN.org]</ref> and sat on the [[ICANN]] [[NomCom|Nominating Committee]] from its inception in 2003 through 2006. Ram is also an active participant in the  [http://www.dnssec-deployment.org DNSSEC Deployment Working Group], and the ICANN President's Advisory Committee on IDNs.  Ram has been a member of the ICANN [[Whois task force]].
He is one of the authors of the [[RGP]] and [[IDN]] implementation guidelines, and a co-founder of the [[ASIWG|Arabic Script IDN Working Group]]. He is a founder of [[ISOC]];s Philadelphia area chapter. He will serve on the [[ICANN Board]] through 2011.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/biog/mohan.htm ICANN.org]</ref>
==Current Roles==
* Board of Directors, [[SSAC]] Liaison at [[ICANN]]
* Technology Advisor for the Government of India, [[.in]] [[ccTLD]]
* Advisory Council Member of the [[ISOCInternet Society]]
* Technical Service Provider at [[dotMobi]], [[mTLD]]
* Member, Internet Security & Stability Advisory Committee at ICANN
* Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at [[Afilias]]
==Past Roles==
* President's Advisory Committee on Internationalized Domain Names at ICANN
* Chairman, [[GNSO]] [[IDN Working Group]] at ICANN
* 40 Under 40 Alumni Advisory Committee at Philadelphia Business Journal
* Board Member at Metropolitan Career Center
* Interim COO, Chief Technology Officer at Infonautics
* Senior Technology Architect at First Data Resources
* Engineer, Networking Services at Unisys
* Consultant at KPMG Peat Marwick
* Drexel Univ., Philadelphia
* Harvard Business School
* Bharathidasan Institute of Management Tiruchirapalli<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/rmohan linkedin profile]</ref>
Ram was recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal in its 40 under 40.<ref>[http://www.icann.org/en/biog/mohan.htm ICANN.org]</ref>He received InfoWorld’s CTO 25 Award for his pioneering work on [[DNSSEC]];<ref>[http://www.afilias.info/biographies/ram-mohan Afilias.info]</ref><ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/20100601_afilias_ram_mohan_named_infoworld_cto_25_awards_dnssec_leadership/ CircleID]</ref>
* Chennai, India - 11.26.06 Ram gets hitched!
==External Links==
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56t9chSxYDg Video - Discussing the mobile Internet]
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sa1jN-3c8c&feature=related Video- Presentation at the civil society workshop on Free Expression]
*[http://www.afilias.info/vilnius+videos+mohan VIdeo- IGF Vilnius Presentation]
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