ImageWare Brings on Christopher Dickson as VP of Sales

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ImageWare, a “leader (sic) biometric identification and authentication,” has brought on Christopher Dickson as Vice President of Sales, according to a press release from June 30th.

Dickson has been a part of blockchain, security, and cloud-related programs for 25 years. Eighteen years of that time was with Computer Associates, and he had leadership positions in New York, California, Australia, and Switzerland.

Recently, Dickson held a sales position at The Bitfury Group and helped bring in the first Blockchain Software-as-a-Service platform as well, the release notes.

Speaking on the matter is Kristin A. Taylor, the President, and CEO of ImageWare, who had said:

“Chris brings a welcomed sense of urgency and focus to our Company and a network of key relationships in the tech sector. He applies his deep technical background to his role which gives us a vital sales edge as he guides us to achieve our revenue goals. His passion for building teams, collaborating closely with engineering, and product management are Chris’s strong suites.”

Dickson has also commented on the matter, and stated:

“With an organized focus, and new go-to-market strategies, I am certain we have the technology and team to help customers solve their identity management challenges leveraging ImageWare’s deep experience with biometrics.  Multi-factor authentication that leverages Cloud-based biometric matching is fast becoming the new standard for ensuring and protecting access to data for both consumers, enterprises, and governments alike.”

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