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DomainCrawler Welcomes Danny Aerts as Senior Advisor

Enterprise Security Magazine | Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Danny Aerts, an experienced expert from the domain name industry, will join DomainCrawler as a senior adviser in September.

FREMONT, CA: Danny Aerts, an experienced expert from the domain name industry, is set to join DomainCrawler as a Senior Adviser. He has more than 30 years of IT experience, including 15 years as CEO of the Swedish Internet Foundation (Internetstiftelsen), the Swedish registry. Danny worked for numerous telecom firms before joining Internetstiftelsen, such as Unisource Mobile, Telia, PTT Telecom, and Spray, where he also held the post of CEO. He was also a part of the EURid Board of Directors.

"Danny is an experienced and thoughtful industry adviser, and his guidance will be of immense value to our team. We are delighted to welcome him on board", announced Rickard Vikström, the Founder of DomainCrawler.

Aerts received the proposition of becoming DomainCrawler's Senior Adviser after resigning from Internetstiftelsen in August of this year. Danny's extensive knowledge in the domain name sector will help DomainCrawler meet its strategic objectives and take the organization to new heights.

Aerts will collaborate with DomainCrawler's leadership to discover, implement, and engage in technological development and marketing possibilities in his role as a senior advisor. "I'm excited to assist DomainCrawler both with experience and advice. From what I've already seen, it is a highly ambitious project with a team of very talented people who consider the quality of their work their main priority. I've no doubt that together we'll be able to do amazing things," shared Danny. 

DomainCrawler is a primary B2B provider of high-quality domain and backlink data that is simple to incorporate. DomainCrawler, founded in 2021, integrates industry experience, a worldwide perspective, and cutting-edge new solutions. The company can offer businesses extremely accurate web data due to the world's largest and regularly updated databases, enabling them to fight cyber fraudsters, prevent brand infringements, perform detailed market research, comprehend the competition, and make significant data-driven business choices.

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