NIPC gets a new director

NIPC gets a new director

Ronald Dick has been appointed director of the FBI's National Infrastructure Protection Center (see story, Page 17).

Dick, who will also be the deputy assistant director of the National Infrastructure and Computer Intrusion Program, has worked with the center since September 1998 as section chief of both the Training, Administrative and Outreach Section and the Computer Investigations and Operations Section.

'His energy, enthusiasm and professionalism will serve to lead and inspire the employees of NIPC as they carry out their mission to protect the infrastructures of the United States,' FBI director Louis Freeh said.

Since 1997, Dick has held various positions in the Justice Department bureau.

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