Brigadier General Paul H. McGillicuddy (USAF, Ret.) Joins UK Cybersecurity Startup Crypta Labs’ Advisory Board

Crypta Labs, a UK-based award winning mobile security company that is developing a Quantum (True) Random Number Generator on a mobile device, is honoured to announce today that Retired USAF Brigadier General Paul H. McGillicuddy has joined their Board of Advisors.

General McGillicuddy was the former Vice Commander, Pacific Air Forces, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, and the former Deputy Theater Joint Force Air Component Commander to the Commander, U.S. Pacific Command.

General McGillicuddy’s illustrious military career started in 1984 after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He is a distinguished fighter pilot with more than 3,600 flying hours and a proven leader having led organizations ranging in size from 250 to 45,000 personnel.

Commenting on the appointment of General McGillicuddy as a Board Advisor, Crypta Labs’ CEO Joe HQ Luong said, “We are absolutely delighted that General McGillicuddy has joined our Board of Advisors at this critical time. Crypta Labs is building a Quantum Random Number Generator that will help safeguard our military and commercial devices from cyber intrusion on our mobiles, tablets, and other Internet of Things. General McGillicuddy brings over 30 years of U.S. military experience to guide our strategic approach to building our technology to ensure our military, intelligence and civilian infrastructures are safe from hackers.”

General McGillicuddy

General Paul H. McGillicuddy said “It is a pleasure to be joining the Advisory Board of such an innovative technology company on the cutting edge of quantum science. I look forward to advising Crypta Labs as they build a truly unique product to solve a urgent problem of securing the Internet of Things.”

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