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Fries, a 54-year-old skateboarding, bike-racing, adventure-skiing enthusiast who fronts a local rock band in his spare time, retains a sort of youthful joie de vivre in his grown-up gig, despite maintaining an exhausting schedule of travel, meetings and event appearances, coupled with long-term strategic planning sessions and the occasional interview on CNBC.
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Mark Turnage moved into the cybersecurity industry at Denver’s OWL Cybersecurity, touted as the world’s largest commercially available database of dark net content.
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