Jun 13, 2013
Sterling, Va. – The Federal Communications Commission today appointed Neustar Chief Technology Officer Mark Bregman to its Technological Advisory Council (TAC), which assists the FCC in identifying technology innovations and developing policies to support U.S. job creation and economic competitiveness. Since 2011, Bregman has served as CTO of Neustar, a leader in providing communications service providers with solutions for routing calls, messages and content across networks worldwide.
“I'm honored to have been selected to join the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council and I look forward to contributing to the Council’s work during this exciting time of unprecedented technological transition in the communications sector,” Bregman said. “Neustar’s expertise in numbering databases, network resiliency and cybersecurity will offer insights into the important issues that the TAC will be considering in the months ahead. I am excited to be part of these important discussions."
Prior to joining Neustar, Bregman was Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Symantec. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President, Product Operations at Veritas Corporation, which merged with Symantec in 2005. Prior to Veritas, he was CEO of AirMedia, an early mobile content marketplace, and spent 16 years in a variety of roles at IBM. Bregman was awarded a Ph.D. in Physics from Columbia University in 1984. He is a graduate of Harvard College.
More information about the Technological Advisory Council and its membership can be found on the FCC’s website.
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