Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 10/10/2014

Michael Daniel: White House to Focus on ‘Smaller’ Cybersecurity Bills

Michael Daniel, White House cybersecurity coordinator, has said the Obama administration plans to pursue congressional approval on “smaller” cybersecurity legislation instead of comprehensive cyber measures, GovInfoSecurity reported Thursday
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Jim Scott Named DRS Aviation, Comms & HS Group President

Jim Scott, a 10-year veteran of DRS Technologies, has been appointed to lead the company’s aviation, communications and homeland security business unit as president. He most recently held the vice president and general manager roles within the global enterprise solutions group and has led support work for several U…
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Michael Brown: Symantec to Separate Security, Info Mgmt Businesses

Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) plans to split its security and information management businesses into two independent, publicly-traded firms by the end of December 2015. “It has become clear that winning in both security and information management requires distinct strategies, focused investments and go-to market innovation,” Michael Brown, president and CEO of Symantec, said Thursday
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DynCorp Extends Mgmt Work for AF’s War Reserve Materiel Assets

DynCorp International has received $80.3 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force to continue managing the branch’s war reserve materiel assets in the Middle East and U.S. This new award covers the sixth option year under a contract first awarded to DynCorp in 2008, which is worth up to $540…
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Roy Smith Elevates to SVP for Fulcrum’s Intell, Army & AF Programs; Jeff Handy Comments

Roy Smith, who joined Fulcrum in 2012, has been promoted from vice president to senior VP of the company’s national intelligence, Army and Air Force division. He holds more than 35 years of management experience in areas such intelligence community support, electronics research and development, rapid prototyping and advanced sensor technology, Fulcrum said Monday
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Clifford Holly Named FBI Security Division Assistant Director in Charge

Clifford Holly, FBI deputy assistant director for the training division in Quantico, Virginia, has moved to the agency’s headquarters to take on a new role as assistant director in charge of the security division, the FBI said Tuesday
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