ID Experts Establishes Gov’t Sales, Customer Support Office in Washington

cybersecurityIdentity protection services company ID Experts has opened a Washington D.C.-based office that will handle product sales and support services in the federal market.

The opening of the facility, led by public-sector sales veteran Paul Norton, is part of the company’s push to help government customers address cyber threats, ID Experts said Tuesday.

ID Experts CEO Bob Gregg said Norton brings an “extensive experience and insight applying data and analytics to a range of government challenges, including program integrity, breach detection and remediation and improving the customer experience” to his new position.

ID Experts was awarded a potential $329 million blanket purchase agreement in September to protect financial identities of over 20 million people affected by a cyber attack on the Office of Personnel Management.

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