FBI Vet James Turgal Joins Deloitte as Cyber Risk Services Practice Managing Director

James Turgal

James Turgal, former executive assistant director of the FBI‘s information and technology branch, has been appointed as a managing director within the cyber risk services practice at  Deloitte‘s risk and financial advisory segment.

He will advise clients on cyber incident response, cyber war-gaming and cyber resilience, Deloitte said Tuesday.

In his previous role, Turgal oversaw all applications, corporate systems, infrastructure and operations for the FBI’s global information and technology organization.

His 21-year career at the bureau also includes time as chief human capital officer and human resources division head.

Turgal joined FBI from Phoenix, Arizona-based law firm Jacobs & Turgal, where he was co-owner and litigation partner.

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