Gen. (ret) Wesley Clark partners with Stefan Minovici to create Promia Cyber Technologies

The retired four-star general and former presidential candidate, Wesley Clark has partnered with Stefan Minovici to create Promia Cyber Technologies.

In February 2013, Wesley Clark and Stefan Minovici co-founded Promia Cyber Technologies, where Mr. Clark serves as the Chairman of the Board. Promia CT seeks to become the leading service provider in the global cyber defense industry. The company, using the best hardware and software available, provides unique IT protection systems that have been proven to offer an overall outstanding performance to businesses, government, intelligence agencies, the military and the airline industry, Gen. Clark’s commitment will be an integral part of this space-age, groundbreaking and unique organization.

During his 34 years in the U.S. Army, Wesley Clark rose to the rank of four-star general and was named director for strategic plans and policy of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and NATO Supreme Allied Commander. As Supreme Allied Commander and Commander in Chief of the U.S. European Command, Clark played a pivotal role in Operation Allied Force, NATO’s first major combat action, which saved 1.5 million Albanians from ethnic cleansing in Kosovo. After retiring from the military, Clark joined Stephens Inc. as a consultant in July 2000 and served as a Managing Director from 2001 to 2003. In early 2003, thousands of Americans launched a grassroots campaign to persuade Gen. Clark to run for President. Gen. Clark announced his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in September.

Stefan Minovici (CEO MIC & Associates INC.) and Samuel W. Bodman (US Secretary of Energy)
On Wednesday September 13, MIC & Associates President Stefan Minovici met with US Secretary of Energy Samuel W. Bodman, in Washington DC during the farewell reception of Romanian ambassador Sorin Ducaru. Mr. Minovici and secretary Bodman discussed issues related to current oil prices and the outlook for US dependence on foreign oil.

[photo: Stefan Minovici (CEO MIC & Associates INC.) and Samuel W. Bodman (US Secretary of Energy)]

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