Friday April 21, 2017 0 comments
DENVER -- OWL Cybersecurity announced cybersecurity expert and board member Andrew Lewman is its new vice president.
Lewman’s extensive background in the information security industry combines nearly 30 years of experience in both the private and public sectors, the company said.
Lewman previously worked as executive director and CEO of the Tor Project. Lewman also served as consultant to military and governmental agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security and the Thorn Foundation.
“We are thrilled to add Andrew Lewman to our leadership team,” said Mark Turnage, OWL Cybersecurity CEO.
“His extensive experience with the darknet, combined with innovative thinking and vision, will enhance the direction, growth and profitability of our company.”
Before joining OWL Cybersecurity’s Advisory Board in January 2017, Lewman held executive roles at TechTarget and FarSight Security.
Lewman’s background has also led to success as an author, with works published by both the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction and Fordham University Press.
“It is an honor to join OWL Cybersecurity, the leader in darknet threat intelligence,” said Lewman. “My role as vice president will enable me to help grow the reach of our darknet offerings and our core technologies.”
Lewman is also currently involved with multiple non-governmental organizations, including Emerge, a program working to end domestic violence, and Each One Teach One, an organization that supports women and girls in the workforce.