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Ricky Ho

Ricky Ho is the Regional Director of SSH Communications Security in the APAC region and is responsible for business development and sales within the region. Prior to joining SSH Communications Security, Ricky has built a remarkable career in information security in the APAC region, and was the Regional Director at McAfee for the Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau markets. In this role, Ricky was responsible for developing the regional sales and marketing strategy, expanding the channel community, and managing customer satisfaction. Before joining McAfee, Ricky served as the regional Managing Director in companies such as TippingPoint and Fortinet. He has also served as the Country Manager of NetApp. Ricky holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Business with honors from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada.

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Catch Up with the Coming Evolution: SSH Key and Certificate Management
By Ricky Ho on June 20, 2016

In mid May, SSH Communications Security participated to the Cyber Security Summit, organized by the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute and the Hong Kong Police...

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Cloud Users and Providers’ Security Needs?
By Ricky Ho on March 23, 2016

Cloud adoption is gaining momentum in Hong Kong, driven by both the governmental and private sectors. The rapidly growing cloud adoption does however pose some security concerns. How to,...

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