Telos adds pair to leadership team / Klaus Vedfelt

The technology security company is looking to expand its solution stack and customer presence.

Telos Corp. has added a pair of executives to its leadership team as part of the cyber and cloud computing security services company's push for federal and commercial market growth.

Josh Salmanson has joined Telos as senior vice president of technology solutions, while Lee Canterbury was appointed vice president of corporate growth. Salmanson brings to Telos nearly three decades of cyber and IT experience, while Canterbury is a 35-year veteran of business development roles in the federal market.

“They each have track records of successfully growing business value across a vast portfolio of customer accounts and technology offerings," Mark Griffin, executive vice president of security solutions at Telos, said in a release Tuesday. "Adding this top talent to our roster is critical to positioning Telos’ technology and solution stack to address our customers’ evolving challenges.”

Prior to Telos, Salmanson was a managing director at computer network security firm The Iron Forged Group. Canterbury's most recent role in industry was a vice president role at Science Applications International Corp. He most recently founded and led a business development consultancy before joining Telos.

Canterbury is also a former executive of General Dynamics' IT services business.