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CyberSecure IPS Adds to Business Development

Friday October 4, 2019

Washington, D.C., Oct. 4, 2019 – CyberSecure IPS today announces that Michael (Mike) LaVallee has joined CyberSecure IPS as Director of Strategic Accounts. Driving key strategic customer relationships and gathering market requirements for the company’s product roadmap will be major areas of focus for Mike on the business development team.

“I have personally known Mike for 10 years as a ‘get’er done’ professional.  His in-field expertise solving customer problems with technology solutions is a key asset for emerging market audiences.  Mike has worked closely with our key partners in the past and I look forward to his expanded contributions in our business,” said Scott C. Rye, CEO and Co-Founder.

A retired U.S. Veteran and Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), Mike brings well over twenty years of wire, cable and fiber industry expertise to CyberSecure IPS.   Mike’s specialty is in the design and execution of large-scale multi-disciplinary telecom infrastructure projects.  He has spearheaded several Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) designs globally and participated in defining the PON standards related to Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI).

Scott continues, “Being a team guy, Mike is a great fit for us.  We look forward to Mike driving growth opportunities with our strategic customers.”

 

About CyberSecure IPS

We are the global leader in Unified Cyber-Physical ProtectionTM (UCP) solutions. We secure the most vulnerable yet overlooked areas of cyber security: attacks of physical network infrastructures and theft of critical network assets.

SOURCE: CyberSecure IPS

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