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  • COLUMBIA, Md.-- Computer network security company Sourcefire Inc. said Tuesday that CEO John Burris, who is being treated for colon cancer, is retiring effective immediately. Sourcefire said Martin Roesch, founder of the company and chief technology officer, will continue to act as interim CEO while it looks for a permanent replacement for Burris.

  • Oct 2- Cyber-security software maker Sourcefire Inc said Chief Executive John Burris will step down effective immediately, three months after he had taken medical leave of absence to undergo treatment for colon cancer.

  • Oct 2- Cyber-security software maker Sourcefire Inc said Chief Executive John Burris will step down effective immediately, three months after he had taken medical leave of absence to undergo treatment for colon cancer.

  • *Announces retirement of CEO john burris. *Martin Roesch, founder, chief technology officer and member of board, will. continue to serve as interim CEO.

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