ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a global consulting and technology services provider, today named Randy James senior vice president and division lead for the company’s enterprise cybersecurity and resilience (ECR) practice. Bringing extensive experience in cyber consulting, engineering and operations, James will accelerate ICF’s current strategy of helping to protect organizations against rising cyber threats without disrupting innovation and growth.
James has over 30 years of experience in information technology, critical infrastructure protection and professional services. He most recently served as vice president of cyber at SAIC and also served as chief information security officer position at CSC Government Solutions. Prior to that, James led the cybersecurity and network practice area for Northrop Grumman. Throughout his career, James has held numerous technology leadership roles at prominent companies, including VeriSign, Verizon Business and UUNET.
“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 vice president of transformation and resilience solutions at ICF. “I look forward to working with Randy to keep our clients ahead of the curve with the best technologies, strategies and tools to address the increasing sophistication and frequency of cyber attacks.”
“I am honored to join a team that is leading the next generation of cyber defense,” said James. “Every day ICF helps governments and organizations secure missions that benefit people and communities. I am eager to build upon the company’s extensive experience and solid foundation in solving complex cybersecurity challenges.”
ICF’s cybersecurity specialists help homeland security, intelligence and military clients build and successfully defend the most aggressively attacked infrastructures on the planet. For over two decades, ICF has delivered cyber-innovations including supporting the system that served as the model for network defense services within the U.S. Department of Defense, to improving machine-to-machine learning for better cyber defense and patenting a novel way to visualize cyber threats using virtual reality.