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AMERICAN SYSTEMS Picks Les Owens to Lead Cybersecurity, Bill Hoover Comments

AMERICAN SYSTEMS has named Leslie “Les” Owens to the position of vice president of cybersecurity systems engineering.

Owens will head the creation of a cybersecurity systems engineering business division and support operational management and strategic development in that area.

“Les’ strong leadership abilities and extensive experience in applied research and developing wireless security, cryptographic, and cyber solutions for both the private and public sector will prove invaluable for government customers that need holistic cybersecurity solutions, ” said William C. Hoover, president and CEO. “His diverse career in information assurance and intelligence paired with his leadership, business management and operations capabilities will allow the cybersecurity systems engineering division to better serve customers facing today’s complex cybersecurity threats.”

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