NJVC's Kevin Jackson Named a Powerful Voice in Security; Jody Tedesco Comments

Jody Tedesco of NJVC

NJVC‘s Kevin Jackson, general manager, cloud services, was named one of the nation’s “Most Powerful Voices in Security” by SYS-CON MEDIA

SYS-CON MEDIA’s Jim Kaskade indicates that the study examines who has the most powerful voice in the security and industry today. Jackson heads NJVC’s new cloud services business unit and joined the company in 2010 as an engineering fellow.

“NJVC congratulates Kevin Jackson on his rank of 87 on the ‘Most Powerful Voices in Security’ list,” said Jody Tedesco, NJVC president. “NJVC is thrilled that a cloud computing and security visionary of this caliber is a member of the company’s management team, and thanks Kevin for his outstanding leadership of the company’s new cloud services business unit.”

Jackson is the founder and author of two widely followed blogs, the founder and editor of “Government Cloud Computing on Ulitzer” and author of, GovCloud: Cloud Computing for the Business of Government, released in spring 2011.

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