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Paul Falkler Promoted to Vistronix National Intell Sector President; John Hassoun Comments

Paul Falkler
Paul Falkler

Paul Falkler, corporate vice president for national intelligence programs at Vistronix, has been named president of the company’s national intelligence sector.

He will lead the sector that delivers national security technology offerings designed to help intelligence agencies execute high-priority missions, Vistronix said Monday.

“Paul has been on the cutting edge of cybersecurity, including leading the development of a multibillion dollar portfolio of cybersecurity services and overseeing several key cyber-related acquisitions, ” said John Hassoun, president and CEO of Vistronix.

Falkler previously directed strategic development programs at Varen Technologies and held leadership positions at BAE Systems, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAI) and Conquest.

He also spent more than 10 years at the U.S. Defense Department, where he managed programs and led human resources for technology and systems.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from Towson University and an M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore.

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