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Rick Driggers, Amanda Satterwhite Named Accenture Federal Services Cybersecurity Co-Leads | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacking | #aihp

Rick Driggers, Accenture Federal Services

Accenture Federal Services has named Rick Driggers and Amanda Satterwhite co-leads for its cybersecurity capability, effective May 22.

Driggers will serve as cyber practice lead, responsible for technology delivery and architecture, talent strategy and alliance partnerships.

“I’m thrilled about this new role and the opportunity to collaborate with Amanda Satterwhite in building and delivering differentiated capabilities that match agency-specific requirements to drive mission success,” Driggers said.

“From delivering technical cyber solutions and expertise to developing strategies that manage enterprise risk, our team meets clients where they are to create the cyber resilience needed to maintain mission assurance.”

Amanda Satterwhite, Accenture Federal Services

Driggers formerly led Accenture Federal Services’ cybersecurity critical infrastructure team. He has 15 years of national security experience within the Joint Special Operations Community, and over 17 years of homeland security expertise leading complex programs within the intelligence, critical infrastructure and cybersecurity communities.

Before joining Accenture, he was deputy assistant director for the cybersecurity division and assistant director for the integrated operations division at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. He’s a former U.S. Air Force combat controller.

Going forward, Satterwhite will serve as cyber growth lead, responsible for growth, innovation and go-to-market. She leads cyber mission and enablement in Accenture Federal Services’ national security portfolio.

“I’m excited to join forces with Rick Driggers to meet the diverse cyber missions of our Federal Civilian, Public Safety, Defense, and National Security clients,” she said. “We’re committed to helping the federal government combat a growing array of adversaries and accelerating initiatives that protect our nation’s critical information, systems, and operations with breakthrough solutions.”

Satterwhite has more than 25 years of experience in the technology and government contracting sectors. She joined the company in 2022 after Accenture Federal Services acquired Novetta, where she was vice president of cyber defense and enablement.

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