Logicube Announces New Director of Worldwide Sales

Logicube Inc., a provider of hard drive duplication and eForensics technology, has announced the appointment of Ron R. Hansen as director of worldwide sales.

Hansen most recently was the CEO and president of H-11 Digital Forensics Co., a provider of computer, digital and mobile forensics sales and training. He has more than 30 years of experience in computer, cellular and wireless, network security and defense industry technologies.

“I am very pleased to welcome such a well-respected industry expert, with vast knowledge and experience in the digital forensics and IT field, to the Logicube organization,” said Farid Emrani, COO and executive vice president of Logicube. “Ron’s outstanding military and defense background coupled with his strong relationships with both end user and channel customers will be a great asset to Logicube. We expect Ron to be a strong contributor to the success of new and ground-breaking digital forensic and duplication products we are launching this year.”

Hansen has had extensive overseas experience building digital forensic labs and conducting forensic training to government, law enforcement, corporate and military clients in the United States as well as China, Mexico, Afghanistan, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Hansen’s background includes more than 21 years with the Department of Defense conducting various military operations around the world. He was awarded the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star.

“I am delighted to join the Logicube team,” Hansen said. “Its commitment to innovation and dedication to a ‘customers and channel partners first’ philosophy make this organization best-in-class. I look forward to the opportunity to further cement Logicube’s position as the foremost leader in both the digital forensic and IT technology markets.”
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