FALLS CHURCH VA, September 1, 2013 — Kingfisher Systems, Inc., a Virginia based business specializing in providing National Security support to the U.S. Government, is pleased to announce the arrival of the newest member to their management team, Rich Breeden, as Vice President for Cyber Solutions. Rich Breeden will report directly to Roy Reed, Jr., President and Chief Operating Officer. Rich Breeden has well over a decade of experience in management, strategy, business growth, and a technical understanding of the cyber domain that complements our company’s future strategy.  His focus will include development of cyberspace solutions, computer forensics, hardware and software assurance, penetration, and security operations center operations.

Roy Reed stated, “We are excited to have Rich join our company and look forward to capitalizing on his experience and insight as we continue to grow in both the Federal and commercial markets.  Several of our corporate officers have had the pleasure of working with Rich in the past and he has the talent and DNA that we need take Kingfisher to the next level and capitalize on expanding our market share.”

Prior to join Kingfisher Systems, Rich Breeden held key management and technical positions in cybersecurity, counterintelligence, and threat mitigation. He served as Deputy, Mission Assurance Group at Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. and Senior Principal at CACI International, Inc. Previous roles include: Executive Director at ManTech Mission, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions; Senior Counterintelligence Analyst at Athena Innovative Solutions and ManTech Security & Mission Assurance; and Special Agent for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Rich Breeden earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Intelligence Studies from American Military University and Master’s Degree in National Security Studies from American Military University.  He is nearing completion of a Doctorate in Strategic Security through Henley-Putnam University.

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