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Former Cross Domain Solutions Chief at the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, David Wallick, Joins Garrison Technology

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Brings Proven 20-Year Track Record of Implementing Cyber and Cross Domain Solutions to Government Organizations

Garrison Technology today announced that David Wallick, a renowned federal government Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) expert, has joined the company’s U.S. team. He will serve as a subject matter expert on all technical aspects of Garrison’s unique and innovative ultra-secure solutions and their deployment, providing pre-sales support for the commercial and government markets in North America.

Prior to joining Garrison, he served as the Cross Domain Lead for a DC-based consultancy where he provided Risk Management Framework (RMF) support and engineering guidance to a U.S. Government organization. Previously, he led the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency’s (DIA) cross domain solutions strategy, managing multiple enterprise communication system programs totaling $20M+ annually. He also spearheaded initiatives for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) where he implemented and managed CDS strategies for Department of Defense (DoD) customers, including the U.S. Navy, the National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Marine Corps. Wallick began his career serving in the U.S. Air Force.

"I am thrilled to join the Garrison team and use my experience within the U.S. Federal Government to expand the company’s growth in government markets and further deploy Garrison’s game-changing, hardsec cross domain solution to customers," said David Wallick, Garrison Technology. "Garrison is making great strides in the CDS space and its hardware-based solution is effectively halting attacks aimed at our nation’s most sensitive and important data."

"We are continuing to revolutionize cybersecurity solutions for classified and unclassified government entities by delivering hardsec-based web isolation and cross domain solutions," said David Garfield, CEO, Garrison Technology. "We are pleased to add David Wallick to our team who has worked inside of government for the past two decades and can provide technical and practical counsel to our customers. He will be an enormous asset to our customers as they turn to us to help protect their highly sensitive assets."

Garrison is leading the way for hardware-based isolation solutions in applications such as secure browsing and cross-domain access. Garrison’s isolation solutions, designed to enable cross network collaboration, offer ultra-secure isolation, guaranteed user experience and performance at scale.

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About Garrison:

Garrison was founded in 2014 by David Garfield and Henry Harrison who, with a wealth of experience, designed a product that eradicates the largest cyber risk to organizations and governments worldwide, that of web-borne threats. The company is backed by investors including Dawn Capital, IP Group, NM Capital and BGF, and has customers across many geographies, from governments to commercial global enterprises.

For more information about Garrison’s unique approach and solutions, please visit https://www.garrison.com/en/government.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210610005684/en/

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