Anthony Zeruto Joins Network Designs as President, CEO

Anthony Zeruto Joins Network Designs as President, CEO - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Anthony Zeruto, formerly executive director of industry for Unisys' Stealth cybersecurity software suite and a retired U.S. Army colonel, has joined Network Designs Inc. at the McLean, Va.-based enterprise network technology provider.

The 24-year Army veteran succeeds Martin Schwelzer, who will remain with NDi as a senior executive adviser to its board of directors, the company said Wednesday.

Before Unisys, Zeruto served as director of operations at Army Cyber Command and led the military branch's cyber efforts that include Department of Defense Information Network. He previously commanded a National Security Agency facility located at Fort Gordon in Georgia and is currently a U.S. Army War College fellow at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.

NDi is a service-disabled, veteran-owned company that offers enterprise development, design and network services to federal government customers.

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