Michael Mullen, 25-Year Secret Service Vet, Named Cyveillance Security Services VP; Scott Kaine Comments

Michael Mullen
Michael Mullen

Michael Mullen, former assistant to the special agent in charge at the U.S. Secret Service, has joined QinetiQ subsidiary Cyveillance as vice president of security services.

Millen previously served as a special agent at the Secret Service for 25 years in assignments such as the presidential protective division and counter assault program, Cyveillance announced Monday.

His Secret Service career also includes stints at the agency’s training academy and electronic crimes task force.

Scott Kaine, Cyveillance president, said Mullen will lead the subsidiary’s security services team to help organizations understand and respond to threats by using intelligence from global online sources.

“Enterprises continue to seek new methods to address threats to their virtual and physical assets, ” Kaine said.

Mullen started his law enforcement career as a special investigator for the Office of the New York State Special Prosecutor and also served as a special agent for the State Department‘s diplomatic security bureau.

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