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LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Promotes Key Product and Engineering Leaders to Senior Vice President Roles

LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Promotes Key Product and Engineering Leaders to Senior Vice President Roles

Dave Horn named SVP of Engineering, Eric Olson now SVP of Product Management

Reston, VA – April 10, 2018 – LookingGlass® Cyber Solutions, a leader in threat intelligence-driven security, today announced the promotion of leaders in the company’s engineering and product teams to key executive leadership roles. Dave Horn has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Engineering and Eric Olson is now Senior Vice President of Product Management. In their new roles, Horn will lead and oversee research and development activities and Olson will be responsible for LookingGlass’ overall product strategy shaping LookingGlass’ comprehensive portfolio of Automated Data Services, Threat Intelligence Platforms, Threat Intelligence-as-a-Service™ offerings, and network-based threat mitigation solutions.

“Organizations face increasingly sophisticated cyber risks and demand smart, scalable tools to effectively combat them,” said Chris Coleman, Chief Executive Officer at LookingGlass Cyber Solutions. “A key component of providing the highest quality solutions to our customers worldwide is identifying, developing and empowering our rising leaders. This is integral to bringing innovative capabilities and compelling value to the market. Eric and Dave have demonstrated remarkable leadership and contributions since their arrival at LookingGlass in 2015. We congratulate them and look forward to their continued success.”

As Senior Vice President of Engineering, Horn will continue managing LookingGlass’ product development teams in delivering comprehensive cybersecurity and threat intelligence solutions meeting the needs of the company’s global enterprise and government customers. Horn brings more than 20 years of experience leading teams delivering customer-centric solutions for software and IT problems. Before LookingGlass, Horn served as a Director of Engineering across multiple product lines at Cisco, ultimately leading a large global team of software and test engineers developing Cisco’s Unified Communications Solutions software.

Olson will lead product strategy development and execution across LookingGlass’ comprehensive threat intelligence portfolio. He is a product development expert, a SCRUM Certified Product Owner (CSPO) and Pragmatic Marketing Certified (PMC) in product management. Olson has been a dedicated member of the LookingGlass team for nearly two decades – first serving in product management roles at Cyveillance until its acquisition by LookingGlass in 2015. Most recently, he served as LookingGlass’ Vice President of Intelligence Operations, leading the groups responsible for intelligence collection and system configuration, as well as LookingGlass’ threat research and investigations teams.

About LookingGlass
LookingGlass Cyber Solutions delivers unified threat protection against sophisticated cyber attacks to global enterprises and government agencies by operationalizing threat intelligence across its end-to-end portfolio. Scalable threat intelligence platforms and network-based threat response products consume our machine-readable data feeds to provide comprehensive threat-driven security. Augmenting the solutions portfolio is a worldwide team of security analysts who continuously enrich our data feeds and provide customers unprecedented understanding and response capability into cyber, physical and 3rd party risks. Prioritized, relevant and timely insights enable customers to take action on threat intelligence across the different stages of the attack life cycle. Learn more at

Christy Pittman
W2 Communications for LookingGlass

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