Jacobs names Caesar Nieves SVP of cyber business unit

14 February 2020 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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Professional services firm Jacobs has announced the appointment of Caesar Nieves as senior vice president of its cyber business unit, which is within Jacobs’ critical mission solutions (CMS) practice. Nieves will be tasked with creating and enacting strategies that will allow Jacobs to cement its foothold within the cyber sector.

"Growing Jacobs' cyber business is a key element of our critical mission solutions line of business strategy," Dawne Hickton, Jacobs executive vice president and COO of critical mission solutions, said. "Caesar's strong leadership experience directly supports our growth and continued development and deployment of innovative solutions across an ever-expanding client base."

Before joining Jacobs, Nieves served as vice president as Calibre Systems, a management consulting and digital transformation firm based in Alexandria, Virginia. Prior to Calibre, he worked as vice president of Engility Corporation’s defense and security group, where he was responsible for the firm’s army, air force and joint services business unit. Additionally, he worked at IT consultancy Unisys, as vice president of the firm’s defense business unit leader.

Jacobs names Caesar Nieves SVP of cyber business unit

Nieves has also worked as a sector leader at Dell, as well as a senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton. He began his career with the US Air Force, where he worked in IT and communications for six years. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Hampton University and an MBA from Regis University. 

"I am encouraged by Jacobs' commitment to strengthen and grow its cyber business," Nieves said. "Jacobs challenges conventional cyber approaches by applying deep domain and mission understanding with creative solutions to meet the continuously evolving cyber threats facing national government and private sector clients globally."

Jacobs operates out of offices around the globe, with a world headquarters in Dallas, Texas. It reports $13 billion in revenue and employs approximately 52,000 people. It offers consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for both the federal and private sector.