SIXGEN announces new board members

In an endorsement of its leadership in cybersecurity across the digital battlespace, SIXGEN announced the appointment of two distinguished figures – Andrew Boyd and Lt. Gen. Charles Moore – to its board of directors. Boyd most recently served as the director of the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence, and Moore retired as the deputy commander of USCYBERCOM.

According to the company, these appointments underscore SIXGEN’s pivotal role in delivering leading-edge cyber solutions to critical U.S. defense and intelligence agencies. After decades of decorated service to the United States, SIXGEN adds these leaders to its team to further their impactful mission and bolster our national interests through enhanced growth and development of SIXGEN’s world class cyber offerings.

In their roles, Boyd and Moore will draw from their expansive expertise to assess future investments, advise the types of cyber capabilities that will have the greatest impact on enhancing national security, offer strategic support to navigating government policies and regulations, and share federal market guidance.

Jack Wilmer, CEO of SIXGEN, commented, “Attracting esteemed leaders like Andy and General Moore to our board is a testament to SIXGEN’s standing as the forerunner in the full spectrum of cyber operations. We are fortunate to learn from their extensive experience as we shape the future of cyber, blending military and intelligence prowess with cutting edge capabilities.”

Andrew Boyd, former director of the CIA’s Center for Cyber Intelligence, brings extensive experience in intelligence collection and cybersecurity operations. His expertise will enhance SIXGEN’s capabilities in developing sophisticated cybersecurity solutions for the intelligence community and vital national security interests, the company said.

Lieutenant General Charles Moore, most recently deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command, offers a profound strategic perspective on national security at the highest ranks of U.S. Cyber policy and mission need. His leadership will strengthen SIXGEN’s commitment to continually evolving advanced technologies that redefine combat in the modern digital era, according to SIXGEN.

Source: SIXGEN

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