Vice President, Network/Systems Engineering and Cybersecurity
Steve Estwick joined TWD in January 2010 and currently serves as vice president, Network/Systems Engineering and Cybersecurity business unit. In this capacity, he is responsible for the corporate growth of these core capabilities and the maintenance of continuing operations. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Mr. Estwick has held key leadership positions managing the lifecycle of enterprise level networks/systems and their required security and brings a broad array of IT knowledge focused on cutting edge solutions. Recognized as a technology leader, he brings great value in IT solutions development, operational improvement, and technology focus.
Mr. Estwick’s accomplishments include the successful leadership of: Verizon/MCI’s One Net operations and maintenance planning and procedures for upgrade; MCI’s Enterprise Call Center Migration; implementation of Missile Defense Agency NiPR/SiPR security practices; redesign and implementation of Department of Navy (NAVSEA) legacy NiPR Network; NMCI Network Consolidation and data services migration; Digital Media Services implementation for NAVSEA Headquarters; and managing the Department of the Army’s software release testing for Program Directorate Reserve Component Automation System (PD RCAS).
A veteran of the US Army, Mr. Estwick brings specialized knowledge and experience to TWD, which has contributed to the success of major programs within the company’s portfolio. Mr. Estwick obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Johns University majoring in Computer Science and his Masters in Business Administration from the University of Colorado with an emphasis in Technology Management. Mr. Estwick is currently a graduate student in pursuit of his Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies at Virginia Tech. Mr. Estwick either holds or has held the industry’s most prestigious and recognized certifications to include PMP, CISM, ITIL, CCNP and MCSE.