Susan Davis International (SDI) has launched a Cyber Risk Communications Practice that will be led by Frank Cilluffo. Cilluffo will be joined by former Goldman Sachs Director of Global Security Rob Dannenberg; former Commander of U.S. Army CyberCommand, General Rhett Hernandez (Ret); cyber expert and Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Risk and Resilience, Kirstjen Nielsen; SDI Chairman Susan Davis and SDI Vice President Tom Davis.
According to a release, Cilluffo joins D.C.-based SDI from George Washington University where he leads a number of national security and cyber security policy and research initiatives. Cilluffo was the former Special Assistant to the President for Homeland Security under President George W. Bush immediately following the attacks of 9-11. He has testified on cyber security issues before the U.S. Congress over 25 times and consulted with senior corporate management across a multitude of industries. A cyber and homeland security analyst who has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, CNN and Fox News; he has been published in academic, law, business and policy journals, magazines and newspapers.