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SAIC, Northrop Vet Randy James Named ICF Cyber & Resilience Business Head

Randy James

Randy James, formerly vice president of cyber at Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC), has joined ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) as senior VP and general manager of the enterprise cybersecurity and resilience business.

James will oversee ICF’s strategy to help organizations counter cyber threats without causing disruption to growth efforts, the company said Tuesday.

“Randy is one of the nation’s most respected cybersecurity and resilience leaders and is an incredible addition to the ICF team,” said Ellen Glover, executive VP of transformation and resilience solutions at ICF.

Glover added she will work with James to provide clients with strategies and technology platforms designed to “address the increasing sophistication and frequency of cyber attacks.”

Prior to SAIC, James worked for at least three years at CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) as a professional services executive and GM of the firm’s cyber and network security division.

The 30-year information technology industry veteran served in several leadership roles in the areas of network architecture and cybersecurity at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) for five years.

He also held senior executive positions at various technology firms such as VeriSign (Nasdaq: VRSN), Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO), Verizon (NYSE: VZ) and UUNET.

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