Profile of Samuel Visner & Beth Musumeci Senior VP, General Manager & Senior VP, ICF Commercial Cybersecurity Practice
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Samuel Visner joined ICF in 2014 and has more than 35 years of experience in the national security and cybersecurity domains for the private sector and for the US federal government. Previously, Sam was vice president and general manager of CSC Global Cybersecurity and was senior vice president at SAIC. Sam also served as chief, signals intelligence programs, at the National Security Agency. Sam is actively involved in and provides leadership to industry organizations, including the National Intelligence Council, the Cyber R&D Task Force of the Intelligence, National Security Alliance and Cyber Committee of the Armed Forces Communications, and Electronics Association.
Sam presents and writes on cybersecurity issues and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University where he teaches cybersecurity policy and operations. He has a master's degree in telecommunications from George Washington University and a bachelor's degree in international politics from Georgetown University
Beth Musumeci is the senior vice president of ICF's commercial cybersecurity practice. She joined ICF International in 2015 and has more than 20 years of experience in cybersecurity work for the private sector and for the US federal government. Prior to ICF, Beth led strategy and transformation, and was the general manager for CSC's global commercial cyber security practice. She was an early pioneer in establishing security operations centers, and led the establishment of their global logical security operations center spanning five continents and serving hundreds of customers.
Early in her career, Beth was a practitioner in the chemical, energy and natural resources industry as a lead information risk manager. She began her career at the DuPont Company. Beth is based in Delaware and travels globally to foster partnerships and serve as a trusted advisor to clients worldwide.
Articles by Samuel Visner & Beth Musumeci
The current managed security services provider model just doesn't work in our information-rich world. Time to shake things up.
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