Judson Brandt Named CEO of Cyber Intell Firm Cybis

Judson Brandt, former chief technology officer of Bridgewater Associates, has been elected by Cybis‘ board of directors to serve as CEO of the McLean, Virginia-based cybersecurity intelligence company.

Cybis, a joint venture Convergint Technologies and Orbis Operations, said Monday that Brandt aims to leverage his technology and cybersecurity experience to help the company grow its position in the cybersecurity intelligence services market.

“Businesses and communities worldwide are facing increasingly formidable and complex threats to keeping their information secure,” said Brandt.

“These threats can no longer be addressed strictly by installing the latest software or tools, which is why I am so excited to bring Cybis to market to address this growing threat through advanced means currently not applied beyond the public sector,” he added.

He previously served as vice president of Oracle‘s business consulting group, managing director of technology strategy and architecture at Accenture, divisional chief information officer and eBusiness leader at Delta Air Lines and a partner at PwC.

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