HP Strengthens Cybersecurity Team with New Additions; Dennis Stolkey Comments

Dennis Stolkey

HP Enterprise Services has made a number of additions to its U.S. Public Sector Cybersecurity Practice, in a bid to boost offerings to government clients.

Retired Rear Adm. Betsy Hight will serve as vice president of Cybersecurity Practice. She  previously served as vice director of the Defense Information Systems Agency and deputy commander of Joint Task Force Global Network Operations.

The firm named retired Air Force Col. Ed Keegan director of defense cybersecurity strategies. In the past, Keegan oversaw network operations and security for the North American Aerospace Defense Command and United States Northern Command.

Also, coming onboard are Dr. Tim Gibson, the new director of cybersecurity capability development, and retired Navy Cmdr. Al Kinney, U.S. Navy commander, who will lead defense cybersecurity capabilities.

“In support of our commitment to protect our government clients’ information and infrastructure, we are strengthening our cybersecurity practice and continuing to develop enhanced command and control capabilities, ” said Dennis Stolkey, senior vice president, U.S. Public Sector, HP Enterprise Services. “HP’s Cybersecurity Practice provides the leadership expertise and in-depth understanding of our clients’ unique mission challenges and requirements.”

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