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and deemed filed pursuant to Rule 14a-12

under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Subject Company: LGL Systems Acquisition Corp.

Commission File No. 333-256129

On July 20, 2021, General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Co-CEO of IronNet CyberSecurity, Inc. (“IronNet”) was interviewed by Fox Business. A transcript of the interview is set forth below.

Fox Business Transcript – General Alexander on Coast to Coast, 7/20/2021

Neil Cavuto, Fox Business

China says that’s nonsense. We’ve got Keith Alexander here, the former NSA Director, retired US Army General. General, you know this subject far better than I, and a lot of the, you know, the dots do indeed point to China, I guess the question is, what do we do about it?

GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Co-CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity

Yeah, first I think what the administration is doing, pushing back, is exactly right. This is the greatest transfer of wealth in history, and has gone on for too long. I think we need to push back on China and tell them, it’s time to stop. I’m glad to see it was not just the US pushing back, but also the UK, and the European Union. So, this is great. We’ve got to push back. They’re stealing it not only from us, but from everybody. And that’s our future, and they’re stealing it, and we have to stop it.

Neil Cavuto, Fox Business

Do you think it’s coordinated, General? I mean, if you think about what Russia is doing, what Iran has been doing--we’ve always attributed to rogue agents in those states working behind—that were with the backing of the government of the China thing. You know, if the three of them get their act and come together, right, that could pose a problem.

GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Co-CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity

Oh, that’s a concern. I don’t see that right now, I see China looking more for intellectual property and stealing that. I see Russia going through after the elections, and ransomware, and stealing money. And I think Iran is going after the Gulf states, and those that support them like us. So, I see three different parallel paths. It doesn’t mean that at some time in the future Neil, what you brought up, with them coming together, would pose as a significant threat to our country. That’s why I think with what the President put in the first page of his Executive Order, the public and private sector have to work together to defend our country, we absolutely need to do that.

Neil Cavuto, Fox Business

Can we just hack back General? I mean, they’re gonna play dirty with us, and they’re not listening to reasonable solutions, then just do what they do. We have the capability to do it.

GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Co-CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity

Yeah so, clearly these are things that I believe the National Security Council will look at--what is our response? From my perspective, before we do hacking back and increase the threat landscape and attention, we need to fix our defense. We have more to lose in cyber than both Russia and China

combined, we’re a highly technical nation, and we got to fix it. So if I were to respond back and offer that as advice based on my old job, I’d say first, let’s fix the defense, get the country on solid ground to defend itself by having that public private partnership, and then look at options to attack back. I think right now it’s diplomatic, its economic, and we can start doing things in a quiet way, in the cyber kingdom, and I think that all those will be done by the administration.

Neil Cavuto, Fox Business

Got it, General. Thank you very much, Keith Alexander the former NSA Director, retired US Army, General.

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