ManTech names new SVP of cyber defense

ManTech International Corp. has promoted Eric Eifert to serve as senior vice president of its cyber defense solutions business unit, where he will be responsible for building the company’s cyber defense capabilities and services.

Eifert joined ManTech 11 years ago, in 2001, as a computer forensics engineer. He has made contributions that have led to a more advanced forensics and security research capabilities, the company said.

Before ManTech, Eifert worked for the Air Force office of special investigations, where he served as a special agent and computer crime investigator.

He is also currently an adjunct professor at George Mason University, teaching graduate computer forensics and cyber investigations.  

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