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Josh Douglas - CTO for Raytheon Cyber Products
– has nearly two decades of experience in helping global
enterprises and government agencies secure their most prized
business/mission assets. During his past 9 years at Raytheon, he
has overseen Raytheon’s Cyber Security Intelligence Operations,
Malware Concepts, Security Infrastructure Operations and Research
Technologies tasked to produce effective forward-looking cyber
software solutions to contain and control advanced threats. These
solutions are used to help commercial and government entities
protect their enterprises and the global cyber supply chain from
ever-changing advanced persistent threats and malware.
Prior to joining Raytheon, Joshua has a successful track record in
network security operations and engineering management positions,
securing enterprise environments while promoting contextual
response. Prior employers include Enterasys Networks, Kronos,
Genuity, MIT Lincoln Laboratory and other prominent enterprises.
Joshua earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from
Appalachian State University and currently holds a number of
technical computer and network security certifications. LinkedIn:
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