CSC Names Ken Deutsch Account Executive for DoD Cyber

CSC has named Kenneth “Ken” W. Deutsch account executive, Department of Defense Cyber, for its North American Public Sector Defense Group.

Deutsch will play a key role as part of CSC’s Cyber High Growth Market Segment and help leverage the company’s cyber expertise and experience to establish and maintain information dominance for the U.S. warfighter. He will also be responsible for growing CSC’s DoD cyber business while helping to ensure the nation’s ability to operate, fight and win in the cyber environment.

“Ken’s in-depth knowledge of CSC’s comprehensive cyber initiatives, solutions and capabilities, coupled with his extensive military and civilian experience, makes him a natural fit for this position,” said Austin Yerks, president of the Defense Group for NPS. “As CSC’s account executive for DoD Cyber, Ken will play a critical role in growing CSC’s cyber business while helping current and prospective clients execute their core missions.”

Deutsch joined CSC in 2009 after a naval career with more than 20 years of senior management experience at the highest levels of government. He has expansive knowledge of industry and federal government operations, budgeting, and acquisition processes and procedures. In addition, Deutsch has broad experience in building initiatives related to procurement, operations and maintenance of cybersecurity, networks, IT, communications and decision support systems.

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