Bill Luti Set to Lead Digital Management’s Cybersecurity Programs

William J. Luti has joined Digital Management, where he will lead part of the business as executive vice president for cybersecurity programs.

His duties include providing cybersecurity solutions and services to civilian federal, military and intelligence agencies. Additionally, Luti provides strategic direction and oversees business development activities for DMI’s growing cybersecurity practice.

Luti previously served as vice president for strategy at Northrop Grumman’s Information Systems sector. There, he had an instrumental role in defining the sector’s growth strategy. He also served on the Northrop Grumman Corporation’s CEO-chaired Strategic Development Council.

Luti also has an extensive military record, having served almost 26 years as a naval officer in different roles and operations, including the Chief of Naval Operations Executive Panel and Strategic Studies Group;  the Office of the Speaker of the House as a legislative fellow; and as a Special Advisor for National Security Affairs in the Office of the Vice President.

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