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Mitchell Jukanovich Joins Tripwire as Federal Sales VP; Dave Dickison Comments

Mitchell Jukanovich
Mitchell Jukanovich

Mitchell Jukanovich, formerly senior director of intelligence and international sales for Forcepoint,  has joined Tripwire as vice president of federal sales.

He will oversee the company’s sales efforts in the public sector as part of his new role, Tripwire said Thursday.

Dave Dickison, VP of worldwide sales at Tripwire, said the company will adapt its compliance and security offerings with Jukanovich’s skills in order to help the public sector address cyber threats.

Jukanovich most recently executed sales strategies and action plans focused on cybersecurity technology at Forcepoint,  which was called Raytheon-Websense before its rebranding in January.

Before he joined the Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) and Vista Equity Partners joint venture, he was VP of advanced solutions at DTECH Labs, with responsibility for sales revenue generation and secure communication delivery to the Defense Department, Department of Homeland Security and other intelligence agencies.

He previously served as director of critical infrastructure protection and security at Intelligent Decisions and as a senior manager at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC).

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