Accenture appoints new federal cyber head

Accenture's federal subsidiary has appointed 18-year market veteran and former ECS executive Aaron Faulkner as head of the cyber practice.

Faulkner will oversee Accenture Federal Services' work on designing and delivering cybersecurity solutions for defense and civilian agency customers, the company said Monday.

At ECS, Faulkner was most recently vice president and lead executive with responsibility for growth and delivery of its cybersecurity solutions. He joined ECS upon that company's 2017 acquisition of InfoReliance, where he was chief strategy officer and vice president of business development.

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