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Vice President, Security Solutions at ePlus Technology
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Lee Waskevich, Vice President, Security Solutions at ePlus Technology, is responsible for overall strategy for the ePlus Security practice. Lee and his team design and deliver tailored cybersecurity programs aimed at mitigating business risk, fortifying digital transformation, and creating a safer environment for customers' data and brand.

In recent years, Lee's role has provided him the opportunity to consult on cyber security and wireless engagements across healthcare, financial, and public-sector clients. He most recently led a team of architects focused on transformational IT solutions that integrate cloud, security, and infrastructure for ePlus clients. Lee has attained his CCIE certification across Route/Switch, Security, and Wireless, as well as the CISSP certification.

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