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President and CEO at Code42
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Joe Payne brings to Code42 more than 20 years of leadership and a proven track record with high-growth software companies. He has a broad experience base in delivering software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions to enterprises across numerous industries. As President and CEO of Code42, he drives the company's strategic direction and oversees all operations.

Prior to Code42, Joe was Chairman and CEO of Eloqua, a SaaS business, where he recruited and led the team that grew Eloqua's revenue from $11M to $125M in just six years. Joe led Eloqua's successful IPO in 2012 and subsequent sale to Oracle for $957M in 2013.

Prior to Eloqua, Joe was President and COO of iDefense, a VeriSign company, where he was responsible for all company operations. Before joining iDefense, he served as President and CEO of e-Security Inc. and President and CEO of eGrail. Joe began his career in brand management, where he worked on the Coca-Cola brand and the Mr. Clean brand at Procter & Gamble.

Joe currently serves on the Board of Directors of Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD), TrackMaven, and First Focus Campaign for Children, a non-partisan, not-for-profit advocacy organization.  Joe previously served on the boards of Dealertrack, Plex, Eloqua, e-Security, eGrail, and Ecutel.

Joe received his M.B.A. from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, where he was a Fuqua Scholar. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Duke University. When not hard at work, you can find Joe cheering for the US National Soccer Team, his beloved Duke Blue Devils, or the hapless Washington Redskins. Joe is married with four children.

Articles by Joe Payne
The Problem with Proprietary Testing: NSS Labs vs. CrowdStrike
Brian Monkman, Executive Director at NetSecOPEN,  7/19/2019
How Attackers Infiltrate the Supply Chain & What to Do About It
Shay Nahari, Head of Red-Team Services at CyberArk,  7/16/2019
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PUBLISHED: 2019-07-22
OFFIS.de DCMTK 3.6.3 and below is affected by: Buffer Overflow. The impact is: Possible code execution and confirmed Denial of Service. The component is: DcmRLEDecoder::decompress() (file dcrledec.h, line 122). The attack vector is: Many scenarios of DICOM file processing (e.g. DICOM to image conver...
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