Cybersecurity professionals Rick Driggers and Amanda Satterwhite have been appointed co-leads responsible for Accenture Federal Services’ cybersecurity capabilities, GovCon Wire has learned.
Driggers will oversee technology delivery and architecture, alliance partnerships and talent strategy as cyber practice lead at AFS and Satterwhite will manage the company’s go-to-market strategy, innovation and growth initiatives as cyber growth lead, the company said Monday.
Driggers, former head of the cybersecurity critical infrastructure team at AFS, brings to the role over three decades of experience in homeland security and within the Joint Special Operations Community.
Before he joined AFS in 2021, Driggers held leadership positions at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, including deputy assistant director for the cybersecurity division and assistant chief for the integrated operations division. He also served in the U.S. Air Force as a combat controller.
Satterwhite has over 25 years of technology and government contracting experience and manages cyber mission and enablement within the national security portfolio of AFS.
In 2022, she became part of AFS after the company acquired Novetta, where she served as vice president of cyber defense and enablement.