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ECS Unveils Cybersecurity Innovation & Tech Ops Center in Virginia; George Wilson Quoted

George Wilson

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 17, 2019 — ECS opened a new facility earlier this month as part of efforts to deliver technology capabilities to support both government and commercial customers against cyber threats, ExecutiveBiz reported April 4.

The company said April 3 the Cybersecurity Innovation and Technology Operations Center in northern Virginia will house its cyber range and laboratories under the leadership of Michael Zakrzewski as well as the security operations center led by Andy Woods.

“We made the investment in the CITOC so that our developers and engineers had physical and virtual workspaces to share solutions, foster communities of interest and facilitate research, development, testing and operations of cutting-edge tools in cyber, digital and cloud,” said George Wilson, president of ECS and a 2019 Wash100 awardee.

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