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Cybersalus, new cybersecurity firm, formed

Jan. 21, 2013 at 2:10 PM   |   Comments

RESTON, Va., Jan. 21 (UPI) -- A new U.S. company has been created to offer cybersecurity solutions and services to government and private industry.

The enterprise is Cybersalus LLC. It is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business formed through a partnership between John Kiehm, the chief executive officer and president of cybersecurity company SKC LLC, and McLane Advanced Technologies.

"A business is only as strong as its weakest link," Kiehm said. "It is critically important to protect cyber data. We provide the services to ensure the strongest defense against attackers, securing the future of company information.

"Cybersalus is eager to compete in the cybersecurity market."

Kiehm is chief executive officer of Cybersalus, a stand-alone company, while Thomas Verbeck, a cybersecurity expert and former U.S. Air Force general, is president.

"Cybersalus is led by high-profile cyber architects who produce brilliant virtual solutions and defenses," said McLane Advanced Technologies President and Chief Executive Officer Drayton McLane Jr. "Cybersecurity is proactive risk management and Cybersalus meets the need for increased protection."

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