Greg Dixon Joins EverWatch as Computer Network Ops Practice President

Jeff Brody

Greg Dixon, a retired Navy lieutenant commander, has been named president of computer network operations practice at Ashburn, Va.-based government technology services contractor EverWatch.

He will oversee a practice that focuses on cyber space warfare, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, interconnected information warfare, network defense and rapid development and prototyping of cyber capabilities in support of network analysis and operations, EverWatch said Monday.

“Greg brings a track record of more than 15 years building and growing high functioning CNO businesses in support of our national security,” said Fred Funk, chief growth officer of EverWatch.

Dixon led the company’s CNO and cyber operations practice for more than 10 years at KeyW, which was acquired by Jacobs (NYSE: J).

He is a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association and the Association of Old Crows. He has served on the Intelligence and National Security Alliance’s executive committee.

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