Sal Ceravolo’s latest position of Strategic Planning and Research Manager at REDCOM Laboratories is just another mark on his already distinguished career. Prior to beginning his tenure at REDCOM Laboratories as a hardware engineer in 2001, Sal served in the United States Army as a Signal Support Systems Specialist (31U). In this role he had the critical duty of supervising communications for the White House under President Clinton, which among many other responsibilities entailed monitoring and maintaining secure communications with Air Force One, Marine One, and the Secret Service.
After retiring from the Army in 1997, Sal earned his Bachelors Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from RIT and returned in 2003 for his Masters in Computer Science. He rounded off his education in 2018 after earning his MBA from St. John Fisher College.
Applying what he’s learned, Sal has proven to be a valuable asset and in 2014 was named REDCOM Employee of the Year. His high caliber of work has never wavered and is evidenced by products and solutions such as Sigma, HDX, SLICE, and the Sigma Client platforms which were all developed under Sal as Product Manager.
With his rich history of experience and knowledge in secure communications, Sal continuously pushes REDCOM to the edge of security and innovation. He is currently performing extensive research on next-gen security features for the benefit of both REDCOM and numerous government agencies and continues to research current and future technology trends to keep REDCOM at the forefront of emerging voice security trends.
In addition to his responsibilities at REDCOM, Sal is the Voice Security Team Lead on the Mobile Security Team at (Advanced Technical Academic Research Center). The group is currently performing the critical steps of developing use cases and requirements for the Mobile Computing Decision Framework which will be implemented by government agencies to guide the creation of their own secure mobile networks.
Sal enjoys his work at REDCOM where every day is different, and he is given the freedom to exchange new ideas and explore areas of interest in his field. When Sal leaves the office, he likes to spend time with his family and enjoys playing a round of golf.