Cyber experts Stacy Dawn, Christine Horwege and Victor Foulk have joined CGI Federal’s growing cyber practice, the company announced Tuesday.
“We look forward to expanding our cyber knowledge and depth of expertise as the growing demand for cybersecurity in the federal space increases,” said Jason Porter, vice president of CGI Federal’s emerging technology practice.
Stacy Dawn joins CGI Federal from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, where she served as deputy chief information security officer. Dawn has extensive experience in management, supervision and customer support, and she notably led cyber initiatives for the U.S. Export-Import Bank and the U.S. Security and Exchange Commission.
Christine Horwege brings deep military and civilian work experience in strategy and planning, risk management, technology market analysis and enterprise program management to her new role on the cyber team at CGI Federal. Horwege previously established CISO governance and held leadership roles in the Department of Energy, Department of Defense and Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Victor Foulk previously served as the CISO, among other executive leadership roles, of Naval Reactors, where he spent 13 years overseeing nuclear security as it pertained to the U.S. Navy’s nuclear propulsion program. He brings two decades of IT and security program management, complex systems development, human capital development and process re-engineering experience to his new position with CGI.
Porter commented that the practice’s new additions will contribute to the company’s growth and enhance the IT modernization and cybersecurity support capabilities they deliver to federal clients in defense, civilian, healthcare and intelligence missions.