Reston cybersecurity company announces leadership changes
Gilman Louie becomes LookingGlass CEO
A day after selling its Cyveillance business unit to Baltimore-based cybersecurity firm ZeroFOX, Reston-based LookingGlass Cyber Solutions Inc. announced Wednesday that its chairman of the board, Gilman Louie, has been named CEO.
Louie is also a partner at San Francisco-based venture capital firm Alsop Louie Partners, which has invested in LookingGlass. LookingGlass provides attack surface monitoring, threat modeling and network defense services.
“LookingGlass is fundamentally changing this equation for our customers by helping them deploy more automated defenses, on their terms,” Louie said in a statement. “Overwhelmed security teams hard-pressed to keep up with evolving IT assets and workforces in a highly disrupted cloud and pandemic era, their time is also urgently needed to help frame crucial business and operational decisions dictating risk tolerance and attack surfaces.”
The company also announced other leadership appointments. Don Gilberg was promoted to president and chief operating officer after serving as an investor and senior vice president of strategic development. Mary Yang joined the company from the Mitre Corp. and will serve as senior vice president of marketing. LookingGlass’ former senior vice president of public sector Ron Nielson has been promoted to executive vice president, and will oversee product development, revenue operations and customer service.