It has only been a month since Paul Strasser moved to Dynamics Research Corporation, but this cybersecurity expert already has big plans in mind for the company's future.
As newly appointed Senior Vice President of Strategic Development for DRC, Strasser has been challenged with the transition to a large, public company. However, in a recent interview with ExecutiveBiz, Strasser explained how he is overcoming these obstacles. “I love challenges and I'm confident we will have great success,“ he said.
His sureness of the company's success results from DRC's background in the field. When asked about the company's position to help the government's shift towards cybersecurity and constant monitoring, Strasser said, “DRC sees this as an important initiative for the future because continuous monitoring not only helps the federal government have greater visibility and response to vulnerabilities in real-time, it should also save the taxpayer's money over the current system built around document compliance. We are excited about the potential here as it fits nicely with our work in engineering solutions, training and performance support, and business transformation that we currently deliver to the federal government.“
Because of the potential growth of the cybersecurity industry, Strasser is planning ahead. His ideals of being part of the community and establishing a solid, genuine reputation will help DRC become, as Strasser said, “a company that delivers better than the rest of the crowd, DRC cares about the mission, and DRC will go to all lengths to make sure that we support our customers and our community.“
In order to distinguish DRC from the rest of the market, Strasser explained that the company’s main goal is to maintain a strong customer reputation while simultaneously building a strong cybersecurity portfolio. While adjusting to the recent change, Strasser said, “As I develop an understanding of these things, it will help me craft a plan to take those nuggets of opportunity and determine how to bring those to existing and new customers.“
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