DarkMatter appoints cyber security veteran Eddie Schwartz
Eddie Schwartz will be executive vice president of Cyber Services
DarkMatter has hired Eddie Schwartz as its executive vice president of Cyber Services.
In his new role, Schwartz will lead in Governance, Risk and Compliance, Cyber Network Defence, Test and Validation Labs, Managed Security Services, Cyber Security Education, Public Key Infrastructure, and Infrastructure & Systems Integration.
Faisal Al Bannai, founder and CEO of DarkMatter said: "Schwartz is a great addition to our leadership team, and I am confident his expansive experience and impressive track record will be well-received and leveraged in our Cyber Services operations."
Schwartz added: "In an industry that is subject to hype cycles, I can genuinely say that DarkMatter's mission and outlook is a truly disruptive one. The firm's ambition, geographical base, and talent pool are creating ripples across the industry, and with an impressive portfolio of Cyber Services and innovative solutions already in place, I am looking forward to leading the transformational work that we are offering at DarkMatter."
Schwartz's career in cyber security spans 25 years, holding many senior leadership positions, such as global leader for Cyber Security Solutions at Verizon, chief security officer for RSA, co-founder and CSO of NetWitness (acquired by EMC), EVP/CTO of ManTech, GM of Global Integrity (acquired by INS), SVP of Operations of Guardent (acquired by VeriSign), and as VP/CISO of Nationwide Insurance.