Security vendor McAfee has appointed Dave DeWalt as its new chief executive.
DeWalt replaces Dale Fuller who acted as interim chief executive after a stock option back-dating scandal forced out previous incumbent George Semenuk in October.
McAfee is still feeling the aftermath of the stock option back-dating scandal which may force the company to add $100m to $150m of charges to its revenues over the past 10 years.
The security firm is one of more than 170 companies facing stock option back-dating probes.
Fuller will continue to serve on McAfee's board of directors. DeWalt is scheduled to take over on 2 April.
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