PacketSled CEO Resigns After Election Night Rant

San Diego-based cybersecurity software developer PacketSled announced on Tuesday that it has accepted the resignation of its President and CEO, Matt Harrigan, and has named CTO Fred Wilmot as interim CEO of the company. The resignation came after an election night rant where Harrigan threatened to shoot the new President-Elect, on Facebook. Those threats--involving comments on using a sniper rifle--were reported to the Secret Service. PacketSled said that Harrigan's comments do not reflect the views of the company, it's employees, investors or partners.