Eddie Schwartz, formerly chief information security officer at RSA, has joined White Ops as president and chief operating officer.
Schwartz will report to White Ops CEO Michael Tiffany and be responsible for the company’s go-to-market strategy and operations, White Ops said Monday.
“He’s an ideal person to help lead White Ops’ solutions into the next stage and the next wave of major security innovations, ” said Tiffany.
Schwartz became RSA’s first CISO after the company acquired network forensics firm NetWitness, where he previously served as co-founder and chief security officer.
The 20-plus-year information and security technology veteran also worked for ManTech as chief technology officer after he served as executive vice president and general manager at Global Integrity.
Schwartz was also the first CISO of Nationwide Insurance and a director of a government information security lab.
He co-founded the Cyber Security Research Alliance and served on the executive committee for the Banking Information Technology Secretariat.
Schwartz is the chairman of ISACA’s Global Cyber Security Taskforce and a member of its strategic advisory council.