DENVER—(BUSINESS WIRE)— OWL Cybersecurity, a Denver-based cybersecurity company offering what it believes to be the world’s largest commercially available database of DARKINT, darknet intelligence, today announced D. Scott George and Steve Bunnell have been named to its Advisory Board.
George brings nearly 30 years of national security, cyber and intelligence experience to the Board. As Deputy Chief of the Central Security Service, National Security Agency, General George helped lead a global enterprise of personnel and technology at the National Security Agency while helping to establish U.S. Cyber Command. George also served as the Director of Intelligence for U.S. Strategic Command, as well as the Commander of The National Air and Space Intelligence Center. George serves as senior adjunct staff with RAND Corporation and is currently the CEO and President of IN-Cyber Vision. He serves on the Board at the Academy Research and Development Institute, supporting the U.S. Air Force Academy.
Bunnell is currently a Partner at the law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP, where he has worked for a decade on cybersecurity, data privacy and government enforcement matters. Bunnell was formerly General Counsel to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, where he gained critical senior government experience advising on high-stakes criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement matters. Previously, he served 17 years as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice. Bunnell received his undergraduate degree from Yale University and graduated with distinction from Stanford Law School.
OWL Cybersecurity, based in Denver, provides what it believes to be the world’s largest database of DARKINT, darknet intelligence, and the tools and services to efficiently find hacked, leaked or compromised data. The proprietary OWL Vision platform automatically, anonymously and continuously collects, indexes and ranks dark net data, speeding the discovery of compromised information and empowering organizations to detect security gaps and mitigate damage. Complementing the OWL Vision platform is a range of comprehensive security services including assessment and penetration testing, incident response and forensics, architectural review, training, code review, risk assessment, gap analysis, and roadmap development and policy, procedure, and control (PPC) review. For more information, please visit www.owlcyber.com.