Veracode has established a federal advisory board to boost its market presence and create dialogue about developing cybersecurity issues, including insecure software.
General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) Woody Hall was named to the board, along with SAIC’s (NYSE: SAI) Kevin Jackson and former Lockheed Martin officer and IC veteran Deboarah Loudon.
“Esteemed members of our Federal Advisory Board share Veracode’s vision and sense of urgency associated with initiating software security verification strategies across the government market, particularly in the areas of combatting cyber crime and advanced persistent threats, ” Veracode CEO Matt Moynahan said. “As we accelerate our growth in this market, we look forward to working closely with this team to generate meaningful discussions around federal security topics including those related to secure mission operations, policy setting and changing regulatory requirements to better serve the needs of our federal customers.”
According to Veracode, the board will advise the firm’s senior management on “go-to-market strategies” associated with creating new partnerships and growing customer relationships.