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Proudly Supporting Our Country’s Navy Reserves

July 10, 2012, Rick Dakin, CEO, Co-founder and Chief Security Strategist

Rick Dakin

July is a month in which we celebrate our nation’s independence and we hope that you’ve had the chance to reflect on the many freedoms and blessing we enjoy as citizens of the United States. At Coalfire, we know full well that those freedoms have been paid for, at least in part by the America’s service men and women.

Recently, Coalfire received a prestigious commendation from Vice Admiral Dirk Debbink of the US Navy. We are being recognized as one of the top employers of the US Navy Reserves.

Many of my colleagues have served our country in uniform and now, we’ve banded together with private sector patriots in the new battlefield of cybersecurity. These individuals are professional, organized, positive, decisive, cool under pressure and mentally acute.  They are truly leaders within our organization. Their dedication and loyalty helps to motivate our team.

In partnership with the National Committee for Employers Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), the Navy Reserve will be hosting an event this summer. In August, I will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to accept this honor for Coalfire. I look forward to speaking with other like-minded firms, who proudly employ our service men and women.

Please join Coalfire in supporting our military reserves.


 

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