Greg Dixon joined ACES in 2019 and was previously a KEYW Corporation Senior Vice President and founding leader based in Hanover, Maryland. As an expert in acquisition and program management with a well-rounded technical background supporting cyber operations, he was the Director of Advanced Cyber Operations Sector and responsible for the financial and management oversight of the government cyber business. Mr. Dixon retired from the US Navy as a Lieutenant Commander with more than 22 years of experience in submarine launched ballistic missile (nuclear) and intelligence systems development, integration, and operations. As a naval cryptologic officer, he served as a submarine direct support officer, NSA Hawaii Joint Watch Officer, and command training department head. He also served as the Acquisition Program Manager of the navy’s $300 million program to develop and install advanced information warfare systems on fast attack submarines. He directly accessed into Naval Cryptology from the NROTC Unit at the University of Memphis where he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. He graduated with a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School with focused studies in computer architecture design, advanced network engineering and vulnerability assessments. His Master’s thesis was entitled “Dynamics of Private Network-To-Network Interface (PNNI) Routing in ATM Vulnerability Assessments.”