John Yun and Jay Kelley

John Yun is the senior product marketing manager for Juniper Networks. He has more than 15 years of experience in network security, VoIP and wireless communication. At Juniper Networks, Yun is responsible for Intrusion Detection and Prevention, and High-end Security Systems firewall and IPS solutions. Prior to Juniper, Yun was the primary marketing manager for Nokia security products in partnership with Check Point, where he also served as a key evangelist for SSL VPN solutions. Yun holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He can be reached at john-yun@juniper.net.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Jay Kelley is the product marketing manager for access control products at Juniper Networks. Prior to serving in his current role, Kelley managed the product management and marketing for Endpoint Assurance, a network access control solution from Funk Software, Inc. (until that company's acquisition by Juniper in December 2005). Kelley holds a BS in Business Management from Daniel Webster College. He can be reached at jay-kelley@juniper.net.

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