Symplified adds former Netscape executives to board of directors

Symplified, which raised $9M in Series B funding beginning this month, and hired Michael Corbisiero as its VP of Worldwide Sales a week later, now announced that two former executives of Netscape will join its board of directors.

The first advisory board member is Taher Elgamal who was chief scientist for Netscape in the timeframe 1995-1998 where he invented SSL encryption and now . The second advisory board member is Todd Rulon-Miller, who was Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Services between 1994 and 1997. Both Elgamal and Rulon-Miller will provide Symplified’s management team with counsel on technology and growth strategy.