Chertoff Group Adds Senior Advisers with Cyber, Energy, DHS Background; Chad Sweet Comments

Chertoff Group logo Executive MosaicAndy Bochman, Adam Golodner, Jack Thomas Tomarchio and Al Wargo have been appointed senior advisors at The Chertoff Group.

The company said Wednesday the new advisors will join its team addressing clients’ security and risk management needs.

“Adam, Andy, Jack, and Al bring incredible value not only as deep subject matter experts but also as professionals who can advise our clients on how to grow and protect their enterprise, ” said Chad Sweet, chief executive officer and co-founder of The Chertoff Group.

Bochman — an energy security, grid modernization and information security governance professional — previously worked at IBM as security and compliance adviser to energy sector clients and was named in Smart Grid Today’s 2013 list of 50 Smart Grid Pioneers.

Golodner was head of Cisco‘s global cyber policy division and has served as the Justice Department‘s antitrust division chief of staff and the Agriculture Department‘s deputy administrator of the Rural Utilities Service.

Tomarchio has 25 years of experience working on national security issues and was the Department of Homeland Security‘s principal deputy undersecretary for intelligence and analysis operations.

The Chertoff Group added former DHS cybesecurity undersecretary Mark Weatherford to the firm’s leadership team as a principal.

Wargo is chairman of the board at Zebra Imaging and previously worked as director of business development, engineering and advance programs at Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS.

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