CyberSecure IPS Adds Talent to its Management Team
Wednesday June 5, 2019
CyberSecure IPS NEWS
Washington, D.C., June 2, 2019 – CyberSecure IPS today announces that Edward (Eddie) Lee has been hired as the new Director of Business Development. In this role, Eddie will be the primary executive in charge of all sales and marketing initiatives and will work closely with the CEO and Co-Founder in addressing new customer opportunities on a global scale.
“As our footprint continues to grow in mission-critical network environments, we need to position key people to ensure an optimum sales and marketing interface between our solutions and customers be they current or future. I am very pleased that Eddie has joined our team to keep us close to our customers,” said Scott C. Rye, CEO and Co-Founder.
Eddie joins CyberSecure having cured his experience in the information technology arena. After graduating with an MS in Information Systems and Technology from The George Washington University – School of Business, Eddie invested 22 years in the IT management space capped by his most recent stint as Director of Enterprise Solutions & Architecture for Serco Inc., the America’s division of Serco Group, one of the world’s leading vital services companies. This division alone boasted 8,000 employees in the U.S. who together drive over $1B in annual revenue.
Scott C. Rye continues, “Eddie has delivered value at a complex level with emerging technologies to customers large and small. His experience set is ideal for our company in our current stage of growth. In addition, Eddie is a great fit for us. We look forward to Eddie’s many talents having a strategic impact to our company’s journey.”
About CyberSecure IPS
We are the global solutions leader in Infrastructure cyber security solutions. We monitor and protect critical network infrastructures from internal and external attacks using government accredited fiber-optic sensing technology. Our enterprise solutions provide protection in an increasingly hostile environment withstanding insidious attacks on mission-critical corporate and government networks.
SOURCE: CyberSecure IPS