AMERICAN SYSTEM’s Bill Hoover Comments on New IMIA VP Ray Rafaels

AMERICAN SYSTEMS named Ray Rafaels vice president of Identity Management and Information Assurance (IMIA).

According to the firm, “Rafaels will lead the company’s IMIA business and aid in the development of the Cybersecurity Systems Engineering business division.”

“The battlefield of the future will be in cyberspace, making it imperative that federal agencies be equipped with the most cutting-edge information assurance and ID management solutions available, ” said William C. Hoover  president and CEO. “Ray’s experience leading the design and deployment of comprehensive network and cybersecurity services for intelligence, military and civilian agencies will ensure that our customers can protect the critical infrastructure on which our nation’s economy and security depend.”

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