FBI’s Chief Operating Officer of Cyber Division Abrupty Quits
Another one bites the dust.
Another cybersecurity expert at the FBI is headed for the private sector.
Trent Teyema, the FBI’s section chief for cyber readiness and chief operating officer of the bureau’s Cyber Division, has been named senior vice president and chief technology officer for the government-focused wing of Parsons Corporation.
The move comes as a number of cybersecurity experts at the bureau have left their positions over recent months. In July, the Wall Street Journal reported that a number of top-ranking cybersecurity officials were leaving for various roles in the private sector.
The FBI’s cyber readiness team works to educate enterprises on various cyberthreats and coordinate information-sharing initiatives. During his time at the bureau, Teyema helped establish the FBI’s National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, which is responsible for investigating cyberthreats that pose the most harm to the country.
Teyema also spent time as the director of cybersecurity policy at the National Security Council from 2010 to 2011. READ MORE
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Trent Teyema has been named senior vice president and chief technology officer for the government-focused wing of Parsons Corporation.