CISEVE, Inc. Announces Michael Dempsey Joins as Chief Operating Officer
CISEVE, Inc.is proud to announce that cyber leader Michael Dempsey is joining the staff as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Dempsey will transition into his full-time role over the next 30 days.
Michael Dempsey joins CISEVE, which is currently expanding its security consulting and assessment divisions, primarily driven by the DoD-wide CMMC initiative. The CMMC applies a maturity level model to the challenge of continuously improving the cybersecurity platform. Organizations within the Defense Industrial Base must achieve specified maturity levels to support DoD contracts.
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In addition to his proven operational leadership experience, Mr. Dempsey is a recognized cybersecurity subject matter expert and security engineer. He specializes in helping complex organizations in the defense, healthcare, space, transportation, aviation, and telecommunications industries stay resilient in the face of modern cyber threats. Michael is also a DoD Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Provisionally Certified Assessor.
“Michael is one of the most well respected and experienced cybersecurity managers I have known,” says CISEVE founder and CEO Andrew Erne. “A veteran of the US Army, he has over 20 years leading security programs across the defense and federal civilian communities, and driven growth at cyber companies large and small.”
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In addition to his proven experience leading fast growth cyber companies, Mr. Dempsey has been actively involved in the CMMC program. As one of the nation’s first provisionally certified assessors, Michael is perfectly positioned to lead our organization as we experience exponential growth in CMMC-related business. CISEVE is excited to have this industry leader join our experienced team.
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