DALLAS – December 1, 2016 — LEO Cyber Security, a cyber security operations and advisory firm, announced that Justin Silbert has joined as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Justin is a seasoned cyber security practitioner bringing a wealth of real world practical experience to LEO, leading cybersecurity programs for Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and National Heart,Lung,Blood Institute at NIH. He maintains CISSP, GCIH, and GFCE certifications.
“Justin is the ideal example of LEOs. He has been on the front line protecting the medical records and network for thousands of Active Duty service men and women. Retirees, and Wounded Warriors.” said David Tompkins, Founder and Chief Revenue Officer, LEO. “He brings valuable experience and insight from the DOD into our customers’ environments.”
“As cybersecurity becomes a growing requirement for organizations of all sizes, LEO is looking to help customers remove the noise and focus on effective protection, which is rooted in process and people.” said Silbert. “My philosophy, that technology can be a catalyst but people solve problems, aligns perfectly with the vision of LEO.”
To learn more about the LEO mission and its talent, please visit, www.leocybersecurity.com.
LEO is a cyber security organization comprised of some of the world’s most knowledgeable industry experts. Its name was coined based on the Renaissance visionary, Leonardo da Vinci, who refused to accept the status quo. LEO goes beyond consulting and provides insight from seasoned practitioners who understand today’s cyber security solutions and can apply their extensive knowledge to ensure that client investments are maximized. With skills encompassing more than 40 industries across business operations, LEO is poised to help clients navigate the current threat landscape and improve their cybersecurity posture. For more information, visit leocybersecurity.com or follow @LEOCyberSec.