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Built on expertise gained defending the world’s largest defense contractor and Fortune 500/Global 1000 critical infrastructure networks from cyber attacks, Revolutionary Security brings unique cybersecurity experience and unrivaled passion for cyber defense to every engagement.
Rich Mahler is President and CEO of Revolutionary Security. Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, he spent over 20 years at Lockheed Martin and most recently was the Director of Commercial Cyber Services. Rich also held numerous other leadership positions at Lockheed Martin that involved working with commercial, federal, defense, and local government organizations to plan, analyze, integrate, and deliver complex systems, with practical experience in cybersecurity, software development, system architecture, business development, consulting, and program management.
Rich holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Villanova University and an MBA from Pennsylvania State University. He previously served on the board of directors for the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia and serves on the Industry Advisory Board for Villanova University's Electrical & Computer Engineering department. He is a member of InfraGard, the FBI sponsored public-private consortium to defend critical infrastructure.
Rick Cline is Vice President, Operations for Revolutionary Security. Rick is responsible for all operational activities, formulating policies, and planning the use of materials and human resources while leading and managing all operations functions.
Prior to establishing Revolutionary Security, Rick spent eight years with Lockheed Martin, holding numerous leadership positions on the team that established Lockheed Martin's commercial cyber business. Responsibilities included program and project management, client engagements, and leading business entries into new markets primarily in the commercial cybersecurity domain. Rick performed market analysis, assessed business viability, drove technical innovations and advancements into the marketplace, and developed robust business plans and strategies. Before joining Lockheed Martin, Rick was a naval officer and pilot for almost 30 years, including command at sea and major shore command positions.
Rick holds a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Colby College, a Master of Arts in international relations from the Naval War College, and numerous certifications including Leadership for a Networked World from the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government. He is a member of InfraGard, the FBI-sponsored public-private consortium to defend critical infrastructure.
Jeff Mucha is Vice President, Strategic Development for Revolutionary Security. Jeff is responsible for leading strategic planning activities and client engagements, as well as developing key partner relationships.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Jeff spent over 30 years with Lockheed Martin. Most recently, Jeff held numerous leadership positions on the team that established Lockheed Martin's commercial cyber business. Responsibilities included strategy development, product and service development, client engagements, and program management. Jeff also held a number of other leadership positions at Lockheed Martin involved in the design, development, and integration of complex, mission-critical information systems related to global security. Roles included system engineering and analysis, program management, business development, and leading strategic initiatives focused on advancing technology capabilities.
Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Science in systems engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jim Pruitt is Vice President, Services for Revolutionary Security. Jim is responsible for the development and delivery of cybersecurity professional services. He also manages a team of practice leads and consultants who provide value-added services to our clients.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Jim spent 15 years with Lockheed Martin supporting government and commercial programs. In 2008, Jim co-founded the commercial cyber practice within Lockheed Martin. Initially responsible for services definition and business case development, he went on to lead many of the group's early engagements as a project manager. Jim has experience in multiple industries including oil and gas, electric utilities, financial services, healthcare, defense, and manufacturing.
Jim holds a Bachelor of Arts in business administration from Baker College and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He is a member of InfraGard, the FBI-sponsored public-private consortium to defend critical infrastructure.
Brent Hambly is Director, Enterprise Transformation Services for Revolutionary Security. Brent is responsible for leading the security program transformation and SOC services portfolio for Revolutionary Security. His role includes client engagement, project management, personnel leadership, technical direction, and service delivery. He is also the architect of Revolutionary Security's Integrated Enterprise Defense Assessment framework and has experience with a multitude of security control standards and assessment frameworks and industry standards, such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171, US DoE C2M2, CIS Critical Security Controls, FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool, and ISA/IEC 62443.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Brent served over 10 years at Lockheed Martin and most recently was the manager of cyber assessments, focused on evaluating the ability of critical infrastructure organizations to defend against advanced threats. Brent also had the opportunity to lead enterprise IT-centric programs within Lockheed Martin, including the Cyber and Physical Biometrics Credentialing Program, the Enterprise Security Awareness Program, and the Corporate Information Security Organization's Portfolio Management Office. Brent specializes in analyzing and advancing security programs through baselining current state, identifying improvement opportunities, and assisting organizations in achieving defensible postures.
Brent holds a Bachelor of Science in management information systems from LeMoyne College and a Master of Science in technical management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Brent is a graduate of Lockheed Martin's Advanced Technical Leadership Program (ATLP) and a member of InfraGard, the FBI-sponsored public-private consortium to defend critical infrastructure. Brent also maintains CISSP, GICSP, CEH, Security+, and Network+ industry certifications.
Jason leads Revolutionary Security's OT Security Services practice. He has been actively involved in helping secure SCADA, DCS, and other Operations Technology (OT) for over 15 years with experience spanning the utility, oil and gas, chemical, and manufacturing industries.
Jason leads both technical assessments and strategic consulting engagements, helping clients understand their cybersecurity posture and prioritize investments for improvement. He has created and executed new service offerings and assessment techniques, led multi-year projects to perform ICS vulnerability assessments across the globe, and has performed research for Lockheed Martin and Department of Energy projects. He is a regular contributor to industry publications and conferences.
Jason holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Evangel University and a Master of Arts in computer resources and information management from Webster University. He holds multiple certifications including CEH, CISSP, and BOSIET.
Gillian Kenny is the Director of Marketing for Revolutionary Security, responsible for external communications, branding, and marketing strategy and execution. Gillian has over a decade of experience deploying go-to-market programs for products and services in B2B technology and ICS cybersecurity markets.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Gillian led cybersecurity marketing initiatives for Lockheed Martin and Leidos. Most recently Gillian worked with MassMutual to apply marketing best practices to build an internal training and awareness program. Gillian is also well versed in the components needed to build a mature cybersecurity defense program.
Passionate about cybersecurity, Gillian values her role in fostering cyber defense conversations that help organizations meet the challenges of an ever-evolving cyber threat landscape.
Bob Kirchner is Director, Programs & Risk Management for Revolutionary Security, responsible for managing strategic, business, and project execution risk to drive sustained delivery of high-quality client outcomes.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Bob spent three years with Capgemini's commercial and government cybersecurity practices and over 30 years at Lockheed Martin where he managed their commercial cybersecurity business and oversaw the post-acquisition integration of a leading industrial controls cybersecurity company.
As Director of International Business Development, Bob served as Vice-chair for the NATO Industry Advisory Group on Cyber Security; represented Lockheed Martin on the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA); provided advisory support to Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI); and helped drive development of security intelligence centers in the UK and Australia.
Previously, Bob served as Director of Systems Integration Programs for defense and intelligence customers, participating in large scale program management, systems engineering and integration, software development, advanced technology development, and consulting.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Susquehanna University and a Master of Science in Computer Science from Villanova University.
Stephen Snyder is Director of Assessments and Testing for Revolutionary Security. Stephen is responsible for leading the assessments portfolio, including both standards-based and tailored approaches to baselining and improving enterprise security programs. His role also includes security testing of both application and network-based assets. Stephen is responsible for client engagement, project management, personnel leadership, technical direction, and service delivery.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Stephen served in management and technical positions for over 30 years at both domestic and international-based companies. He led teams in providing application security expertise and performing security controls validation testing. Stephen has also managed teams for performing vendor and internal risk assessments using various frameworks to provide recommendations and priorities for remediation to include the budget requirements and level of effort needed. Stephen has also managed security controls implemented on endpoints including certificates, AV, anti-malware, FDE, etc. Stephen architected a solution to automatically discover certificates throughout all environments for a large company, identify purpose and owner, notify owners and custodians of impending expiration, create new certificates, and push to all appropriate devices with reporting of metrics and dashboarding. Stephen also specializes in solution threat modeling and risk reduction for real business value.
Stephen holds a degree in business administration. Stephen is a member of the SANS Advisory Board and maintains his CISSP, GWAPT, GWEB, and AWS Solution Architect industry certifications.
Aaron is a Principal Security Consultant and the OT Testing and Assessment Services Lead for Revolutionary Security. Aaron is responsible for developing, leading, and executing OT projects that include physical walkdowns, passive and active vulnerability assessments, as well as functional and penetration testing. He also regularly participates and speaks at security conferences around the United States, including DEF CON, DerbyCon, HouSecCon, and LockDown.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Aaron worked for over 22 years within the oil & gas, financial, government, energy, and education industries focused on information and cybersecurity in both IT and OT. He performed assessments and testing against building automation, commercial spaceflight support, remote scientific, manufacturing floor, and oil & gas production environments. He acted as engagement and technical lead on many ICS client projects.
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Sam Houston State University, with post-graduate study in Embedded Linux Programming. His certifications include CISSP and previously held ISA 99/IEC 62443 Cybersecurity Fundamentals Specialist.
Blaine Biekert is Cloud Security Services Lead for Revolutionary Security. Blaine is responsible for advanced, complex technical deliverables and advisory services. He also serves as a subject matter expert for cloud security architecture, process, and procedure and is a thought leader in developing and delivering Revolutionary Security's cloud security services.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Blaine was Senior Director of Information Security for TierPoint, and Chief Information Assurance Officer for Fidelity Technologies Corporation. Blaine's responsibilities at Fidelity included running the Management Information Systems (MIS) department, Department of Defense Information Assurance (IA) programs, virtualizing the data center, and protecting classified information. At TierPoint, Blaine led information security and new security product offerings, including three security teams: Network Security, Applied Security, and the Security Operations Center (SOC). Among his key accomplishments was architecting and deploying a highly-available, machine learning, distributed denial of service (DDoS) and web application firewall (WAF) protection system. The DDoS system covered all address space for TierPoint and customer infrastructure representing more than 5,000 independent companies and over half a million IP addresses.
Blaine has nearly two decades of experience in cybersecurity. He has a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College, and actively maintains certifications including CISSP.
Ross Boulton is a Senior Security Consultant and Assessment Services Lead for Revolutionary Security, responsible for providing managerial and technical expertise to cyber security assessments. With more than 30 years’ experience in IT security, Ross is skilled at assessing risk, devising and implementing security architecture solutions, and ensuring regulatory compliance in a variety of industries. He offers an impressive track record of fulfilling complex requirements and managing large-scale IT projects and security audits from planning through on-time/on-budget delivery.
Prior to joining Revolution Security, Ross was a Senior Risk Analyst with ADP’s M&A Cybersecurity Integration group where he managed due diligence, transition service agreements and integration needs for major ADP customers. Previously, he served as an IT consultant providing compliance, risk management, and security services to clients across a number of industries.
Ross holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Excelsior College and an MBA from Bellevue University. He holds a wide range of IT related certifications, including CISSP, CCSP and CISA, and is a member of ISACA and ISC2.
Josh Broussard is the Architect, LiveFire® Security Services for Revolutionary Security. He has 16 years of IT experience, with over eight years dedicated to information security.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Josh spent four years as part of Lockheed Martin's Commercial Cyber group. In this role Josh served as the Penetration Testing Solution Owner, where he created service offerings, oversaw penetration testing operations and quality assurance, and mentored junior employees. Josh is passionate about ethical hacking, security auditing, vulnerability assessment, and symmetric and asymmetric cryptography. He has implemented and administered secure credential management systems covering over two million enrollees, developed security architectures for FedRAMP high information systems, and has extensive experience with best practice guidance for securing information systems. Josh holds GCFA, CISSP, and CEH certifications.
Michael Ebrahimi is the Incident Response Services Lead and a Senior Security Consultant supporting Revolutionary Security’s Enterprise Transformation Services group. To help his clients create world-class Security Operations Centers (SOC), Mike brings deep technical expertise in threat monitoring, incident response, digital forensics, malware analysis and reverse engineering, threat intelligence, SOC operations and analyst training, and security related engineering and automation.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Mike worked for Lockheed Martin, and subsequently Leidos Cyber as an Information Assurance Engineer. Previously, he was a Senior Network Security Analyst with Alert Logic where he led team operations for network and log based security technologies.
Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Sam Houston State University, as well as security certifications GCIH, GCIA, GCFE, GCFA, GPEN, and GREM.
Trevor is a Senior Security Consultant and the OT Network Defense Services Lead for Revolutionary Security. His experience includes comprehensive cybersecurity consulting services across a myriad of industry verticals. He is primarily responsible for assisting clients improve their network defense capabilities within their operational technology environments. Activities include unifying SOC functions within IT and OT environments, improving and aggregating logging and monitoring capabilities, defining incident response activities, reviewing architecture design, and performing other security related functions.
Prior to Revolutionary Security, Trevor working with both IT and OT infrastructure within the electric utility, nuclear, and oil & gas industries. Experience includes creating analyst level workstreams, IT/OT SOC technology and process integration, and development and delivery of advanced incident response training. Ongoing consulting initiatives include IT/OT convergence efforts and enhancing grid security monitoring functions. Additional experience includes penetration testing and vulnerability management activities for ICS environments, including a multi-year global effort to bring awareness of ICS security risk across a Fortune 50 organization.
Trevor holds a Master of Science degree in cybersecurity from the University of Maryland, as well as a Bachelor of Science and associate's degree in information sciences & technology from Pennsylvania State University. His certifications include SANS GRID, SANS GICSP, Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH), Security+, and BOSIET.
Nazia Khan is a Senior Security Consultant and Insider Threat Services Lead for Revolutionary Security, responsible for leading enterprise-wide security assessments and strategy development for clients across several industries. She has experience with a multitude of security control standards and assessment frameworks, technical testing, cloud security, vulnerability management, and advising on security policy and procedures. She applies her knowledge to tailor technical security controls to protect organizations from cyber threats and reduce risk to the enterprise. Nazia also excels at demonstrating the business value of cybersecurity practices and aligning strategies to meet regulatory compliance and network defense objectives.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Nazia served as the Security Assessment Manager at the Department of Health and Human Services where she led the team that conducted independent assessments inside and outside DHHS. Nazia also conducted audit reviews for the Federal Information Systems Management Act (FISMA), performed risk assessments, developed and executed technical testing, and briefed senior leadership of technical results and impact while serving as an IT Auditor at the Department of Homeland Security.
Nazia holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, with a specialization in Information Assurance, from Stony Brook University. She is a National Science Foundation CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service recipient, Licensed CERT Insider Threat Vulnerability Assessor (ITVA), and holds CEH and CWAPT certifications.
Jon is Senior Manager of OT Security and the OT Security Program & Governance Services Lead for Revolutionary Security. Jon specializes in OT/ICS/IoT security architecture, ICS/IoT device security, secure engineering principles and design, and secure development life cycle (SDLC) for ICS / IoT engineering groups. Jon has also been recognized for his technical depth in product security and communications security, as well as his leadership capability to drive production solutions to completion.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Jon accumulated over 15 years in applied ICS/OT/IoT ecosystem security and engineering experience. Most recently, Jon was a security architect for Caterpillar's autonomous machines programs. In this role, he was responsible for existing product security evaluation and remediation efforts, as well as planning and executing engineering security improvement plans for world-wide development teams. In his prior role, Jon was CISO for Monico Inc, and had responsibility for existing and generational product security development across all product lines, as well as product and service integration with customer security frameworks. Jon led Monico's external business interface for security-related items, as well as all internal security processes and development. Before joining Monico, Jon was a systems engineer with Caterpillar in their Information Products division, which focused on vehicle telematics and remote connectivity.
Jon holds multiple active security certifications, including CISSP, GICSP, and GRID. He also speaks regularly at security events including SANS ICS Summits, Digital Bond S4, DistribuTECH, and ARC Forums, and is an active member of the SANS Advisory Board. Jon received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Bradley University.
Bill is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant with Revolutionary Security. With over 10 years of experience, he is responsible for building relationships with stakeholders across the organization to ensure the successful implementation of enterprise-wide vulnerability management programs.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Bill served as Global Vulnerability Management Lead for JPMorgan Chase and Vulnerability Management Site-Lead for SecureWorks, leading comprehensive security reviews, penetration and social engineering tests, static code analysis, and threat/vulnerability mitigation for Fortune 500 clients.
Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Rowan University and a Master of Professional Studies in Information Security and Forensics from the Pennsylvania State University. In addition, he has completed training courses in Web Application Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking and Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.
Carlos is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant for Revolutionary Security providing guidance and technical leadership on various security problems. He is responsible for designing and transforming cyber security defense organizations using industry recognized frameworks, as well as developing processes and procedural documentation and training strategies for newly integrated security operating centers for Fortune 500 companies.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Carlos spent sixteen years working with commercial clients in the oil and gas, life sciences, manufacturing, banking/finance, telecommunications, media, and IT industries as well as US government defense and intelligence communities. His extensive cybersecurity knowledge includes SOC transformation, threat intelligence, vulnerability management assessments, and strategy development for incident response engagements.
Carlos holds a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management from University of South Texas, Master of Science in Information Systems, and Master of Business Administration from Keller Graduate School. He is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Computer Information Security from Capella University and maintains SANS GCFA, SANS GREM, CEH, Security+, and Microsoft industry certifications.
Sam Belfiore is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant with Revolution Security and Manager of the Cyber Governance, Risk, and Architecture team within Enterprise Transformation Services. He is responsible for functional leadership, oversight, and execution of cybersecurity initiatives within client enterprise environments, helping them evaluate their cybersecurity postures and develop and refine their environments.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Sam spent six years at Lockheed Martin as a lead tester within its Assured Identity team and was a member of the Operations and Maintenance group. In addition, he served on the Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, End User Awareness, and Cybersecurity Consulting programs, becoming intimately familiar with multiple cybersecurity response frameworks and methodologies.
Sam holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology from the University of Central Florida. He is also a graduate of Lockheed Martin's Engineering Leadership Development Program and holds Security+ and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certifications.
Amy Hahn is Manager of Enterprise Transformation Services for Revolutionary Security. She has over 20 years of experience leading, executing, and overseeing enterprise cybersecurity projects that span corporate assessments, strategy and transformation, and Security Operations Center (SOC) design and operations. Amy is a subject matter expert in incident response, insider threat, and cyber threat intelligence disciplines.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Amy spent several years at Lockheed Martin leading incident response activities for a Fortune 30 organization. Amy's background includes years of experience as a cyber defense analyst in organizations across the high technology, energy, and engineering industries. Her foundational skill-set is derived from experiences in corporate strategy, assessment, policy development, regulatory compliance, digital forensics, incident response, insider threat, and development of technical documentation.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science in computer information systems from the University of Houston Clearlake. Amy is ITIL, GSEC, & CISSP certified and has first-hand experience implementing the NIST cybersecurity framework and its governing practices. Amy is a member of Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and HTCIA, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association.
Ryan Lawrence is the manager responsible for Threat and Vulnerability Management within the Enterprise Transformation Services Team. He has 20 years' experience in managing IT and cybersecurity projects traversing vulnerability management, strategy and transformation, cybersecurity architecture, and Security Intelligence Center design and operations. Ryan is a SME in incident response, insider threat, threat intelligence and threat hunting.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Ryan spent 10 years with a Fortune 100 company's Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) and most recently was a Senior Security Analyst responsible for training and mentoring other analysts. Ryan also supported and designed transformation strategies that drove the company from a Security Operations Center into a robust Cyber Fusion Center, including development of incident response plans, threat intelligence workflows, threat hunt frameworks, and the incident response strategy for the company's enterprise cloud solutions.
Ryan holds GIAC GCIH, GIAC GCFE, CompTIA Network+, and CompTIA A+ certifications. He is also a member of InfraGard, an FBI-sponsored program partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector to protect critical infrastructure.
Darrell is a Senior Cybersecurity Consultant and Manager of Revolution Security’s OT Services for the eastern part of the U.S. Grounded in his 15+ years in the energy sector building, securing, and assessing IT and OT/ICS systems, Darrell advises Revolutionary Security clients on practical advancement of their security postures. As a cybersecurity consultant, Darrell offers extensive technical expertise in intrusion detection and prevention, anti-malware, logging and monitoring systems, vulnerability management, penetration testing, writing and training policies, and network and system architecture.
Prior to joining Revolution Security, Darrell led IT cybersecurity operations at City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri, safeguarding its electric, natural gas, water, broadband, and public transportation systems. Previously, he supervised network security for Associated Electric Cooperative, which provides power to nearly 900,000 customers in Missouri, Oklahoma, and Iowa.
Darrell holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and various security certifications including the SANS/GIAC GSE and isc2 CISSP.
Andrew Tice is a Senior Security Consultant for Revolutionary Security responsible for leading engagements in Security Operations Center transformation, standards-based assessments (NIST, C2M2, CIS CSC, DFARS), cybersecurity integration, process development across all aspects of a security organization, network security analysis and design, vulnerability and risk management, and Information Assurance.
Prior to joining Revolutionary Security, Andrew served as a Commercial Cyber Security Consultant at Lockheed Martin supporting Security Operations Center design and build efforts for several Fortune 50 clients. Before Lockheed Martin, he worked in the Network Mapping and Vulnerability Management group of a major government contractor and served honorably with the United States Marine Corps as an Air Support Control and Intelligence Officer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Bob Jones University and is a Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP).