14 October 2013 - 10:33am | posted by | 2 comments

Ken Parnham appointed as managing director of Truste

Ken Parnham appointed as managing director of TrusteKen Parnham appointed as managing director of Truste

Data privacy firm Truste has appointed Ken Parnham as managing director EMEA ahead of the ‘Powering Trust’ roadshow, London.

Parnham, an ad-tech expert, will join over 20 speakers from across the world of privacy technology at the event.

Previously Parnham served as managing director of OpenX, where he launched a real-time bidding marketplace. Prior to this he oversaw Adtech/AOL in the UK and Ireland as well as acting as director of European ad-operations and product development for Hi-media.

Chris Babel, CEO TRUSTe said of the appointment: “Ken brings broad and proven experience managing high growth businesses, alongside a solid understanding of internet advertising and media within the European landscape, and a background in developing and maintaining strong client relationships.”

Parnham added: “This is a very exciting time to be joining TRUSTe as the pace of innovation and technological change and growing consumer privacy concerns create new challenges for businesses.”

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29 Oct 2013 - 16:44
johnd15589's picture

The last two Truste UK MDs haven't lasted more than a year, so I hope Ken fairs better.

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1 Nov 2013 - 23:35
halja58831's picture

There ain't a problem that Ken can't fix; 'cos he can do it - in the mix.

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