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 DeSimone Named VP for Raytheon IIS Cybersecurity & Special Missions

 John DeSimone joins the IIS leadership team as the vice president of cybersecurity and special missions, overseeing a team of more than 1,700 people who work with customers to address their toughest security challenges, helping them to withstand advanced persistent threats from sophisticated attackers, according to Waltham, MA-based Raytheon Company.
“John joins the IIS leadership team with a strong business background in cybersecurity in both the commercial and public sectors,” said Dave Wajsgras, president, Raytheon IIS.
“His experience, track record and entrepreneurial style will drive real value for our customers and shareholders.”
DeSimone was most recently an officer, executive vice president and general manager, enterprise services at CSRA, Inc. In that role he managed seven business units, including the cybersecurity segment. During his time with CSRA, he more than doubled operating margins and grew sales with several key wins, notes Raytheon.
Prior to CSRA, he was vice president and general manager at CSC Enterprise Services where he managed a $3.3 billion portfolio and 10,000 employees.
In addition to his positions with CSRA and CSC, he’s held executive-level positions at Motorola, Northrop Grumman and IBM, and has experience in federal and commercial markets.
 
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