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This week, the newsletter contained major executive moves at Rigil, SAP and NuScale as well as news that the former head of the NSA Keith Alexander is starting his own cybersecurity firm.
At NuScale, Jack Bailey has been named SVP of business development.
“I have been impressed with the technology, the team and the strong backing NuScale has assembled to bring their design to commercialization,” said Bailey.
He previously was BD lead for Generation mPower and worked at the Tennessee Valley Authority for 15 years.
Thomas Ryan has been appointed SVP of strategy and operations at Rigil.
“I know that Tom will help drive Rigil toward achieving its goals and in executing strategies for long-term growth,” said Rakhi Sharma, Rigil president and CEO.
Ryan previously held leadership positions at the FAA and is a 20-year Marine Corps veteran.
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Jennifer Morgan has been named SAP North America president as part of a company-wide reorg that sae the creation of a new global partner organization that will focus on the company’s original equipment manufacturing business.
“The formation of our new Global Partner Operations organization is key to driving scale and adoption of the SAP Cloud powered by SAP HANA,” said Bill McDermott, co-CEO of SAP.
Keith Alexander, former head of the NSA and cyber command, has formed a new consultancy group that will focus on cybersecurity for financial institutions.
“After a 40-year career in the military and the government, I am beginning an effort to see what I could do to help address the cybersecurity threats facing the financial services industry, its customers, and their assets,” Alexander said.
Alexander will have his offices in the Promontory Financial Group.
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