Northrop Vet Christopher Kennedy Named AttackIQ CISO

Christopher Kennedy, a former program manager at Northrop Grumman, has joined enterprise security automation technology provider AttackIQ as chief information security officer and vice president of customer success.

The more than two-decade cybersecurity veteran will oversee AttackIQ’s customer relations and internal information security strategy in his new position, AttackIQ said Thursday.

Kennedy previously served as head of security for infrastructure technology and controls engineering at Bridgewater Associates. Before that, he led Northrop’s work on cybersecurity operations programs at the Department of Treasury and the U.S. Marine Corps.

He supported Operation Iraqi Freedom as a USMC officer.

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