Christopher McDaniels, a 14-year U.S. Air Force cybersecurity veteran, has joined Phoenix, Arizona-based information security and consulting services provider Mosaic451Â as chief information security officer.
McDaniels will oversee the development of a cybersecurity initiative and standard operating procedures backed by a training program to facilitate the companyâs operations, Mosaic451 said Tuesday.
Mike Baker, managing director of Mosaic451, said McDaniels will assist the company to deliver cybersecurity support services to clients.
Prior to Mosaic451, he previously served as head of adversary cyber integration and chief of training at the Air Force.
McDaniels also served within the service branchâs computer emergency response team as chief of standardization and evaluation and commander of intrusion prevention and response flight.
He spent three years as deputy chief of operations flight within the serviceâs 52d communications squadron.
McDaniels currently serves as a principal cybersecurity consultant for Las Vegas, Nevada-based CT Cubed.