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Parsons SVP Biff Lyons Sees Continued Fed Focus on Security

Biff Lyons
Biff Lyons

TYSONS CORNER, VA May 21, 2015 — Biff Lyons, senior vice president at Parsons, recently talked to ExecutiveBiz about converged security trends to watch and what’s in store in the future for cyber.

“Across the market there will be a continued emphasis on security and the convergence of those operational technology systems with the network and the cyber protections required as a result of that convergence, ” said Lyons, manager of the national security and defense division of government services group, in the exclusive interview posted Thursday

“You are going to see more money, focus and attention on this going forward.”

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