Gilman Louie Named LookingGlass Cyber Solutions CEO in Series of Exec Moves

Gilman Louie Named LookingGlass Cyber Solutions CEO in Series of Exec Moves
Gilman Louie CEO LookingGlass

Gilman Louie, chairman of the board of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, has been named CEO of the company in a string of executive appointments.

LookingGlass announced Wednesday the appointment of industry veteran and strategic adviser Don Gilberg as president and chief operating officer and the promotion of Ron Nielson, formerly senior vice president of public sector, to executive VP to oversee revenue operations and product development efforts.

Mary Yang, formerly portfolio manager for collaboration and strategic growth at Mitre, has joined LookingGlass as SVP of marketing.

Louie, Gilberg, Nielson and Yang bring decades of cybersecurity experience in government and commercial markets to LookingGlass as the company advances its portfolio of cybersecurity products. 

The company’s cyber offerings include scoutPRIME, a cyber situational awareness tool; CloudShield Eclipse, a platform that uses threat intelligence, signature-based detection, network traffic analysis to detect and block cyber attacks; scoutTHREAT, a threat intelligence platform.

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