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Bulletproof appoints Jim DeVaul as federal director

Bulletproof appoints Jim DeVaul as federal director

FAIRFAX, Va. – Cybersecurity company Bulletproof has announced that industry veteran James (Jim) DeVaul has been appointed as its federal director.

With almost 30 years of federal experience and a retired KPMG Federal Advisory Partner, DeVaul was responsible for assisting with the growth of KPMG’s cybersecurity for the federal sector. Supporting the development and execution of their federal strategies, DeVaul led teams in completing compliance and recording audits, security risk assessments, control tests, and penetration studies. DeVaul was also the driver behind KPMG's U.S. Federal Government's FEDRAMP advisory services.

"I had the privilege of reporting to Jim over 20 years ago in one of my first jobs," said Gus Fritschie, Bulletproof's Vice President of Information Security Services. "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with him again. Jim's decades of federal knowledge, layered with our Information Security Services team's experience and skill, will allow us to give federal agencies the full support they need when it comes to strengthening their security posture and building resilience."

"Over the past few years, we've significantly increased our focus on security solutions for the federal government and state agencies, including becoming a designated Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contractor," said Steven Burns, President & COO of Bulletproof. "Jim is a true powerhouse when it comes to the federal security sector and as such, has developed strong relationships with many key members of government. Having him on our team will propel Bulletproof even further as a leader in this space."

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