SOSia leading provider of transformative, mission-critical technology solutions to the US government Kyle Fox as the new Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Fox will be responsible for developing and executing SOSi’s internal and external enterprise technology strategy to support a diverse business portfolio within the Department of Defense (DoD), the Intelligence Community (IC) and federal agencies. His focus will be on strengthening SOSi’s own cybersecurity position and ensuring SOSi’s competitive differentiation in the government technology market.
SOSi specializes in digital transformation, cyber and C4ISR. It is widely recognized for its support of the US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM), Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), and US Air Force Mission Partner Capability Office (MPCO). The company implements on-premises, cloud-based and hybrid zero-trust communications networks and recently established a modern DevSecOps capability for developing secure multi-cloud data fabric solutions in support of global DoD network architecture requirements.
Prior to SOSi, Kyle was the Chief Software Officer (CSO) for the US Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center’s ICBM modernization program, where he led hardware/software technology development for the latest in hypersonics, supply chain security, secure computing, power grid resiliency . quantum-resistant encryption, cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. Kyle also served as Chief Software Engineer for the $96 billion US Air Force Sentinel (GBSD) ICBM modernization program, where he was responsible for 1000+ software engineers and led the development of the first cloud-native nuclear weapons system program and the first major weapon system in the Department of Defense that leveraged a full DevSecOps deployment methodology.
“Kyle’s experience leading many of the Department of Defense’s largest and most critical technology R&D and modernization programs, coupled with his cyber expertise, will help us deliver innovative products and solutions that make us more competitive,” said SOSi CEO. Julian Setian. “I look forward to pushing the boundaries of technology to fuel the company’s dynamic growth.”
SOSi is a leading privately held technology and services integrator. Founded in 1989, SOSi provides mission-critical engineering, information and logistics solutions to US government and commercial customers. Rising to every challenge, we manage many of our nation’s most important programs around the world. Visit sosi.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook for news and updates.