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Camelot Secure appoints Maxwell Carroll as chief of threat intelligence

Camelot Secure appoints Maxwell Carroll as chief of threat intelligence

COLUMBIA, Md.—Cybersecurity company Camelot Secure has announced the appointment of Maxwell "Max" Carroll as chief of threat intelligence at Camelot and its parent company, DigiFlight.  

This strategic addition to the Camelot and DigiFlight cybersecurity teams underscores the companies’ commitment to proactively safeguarding critical infrastructures and staying ahead of evolving cyber threats with the most experienced individuals in the industry.

Camelot SecureCarroll joins Camelot with a wealth of experience and expertise in cybersecurity and strategic security planning, both domestically and globally. His mission is clear - to develop threat profiles that empower cyber defenders to take offensive action, e.g., "Left of Boom," thwarting threats before they can establish a foothold and wreak havoc within networks.

“We welcome Max to our family,” said Stanford Oliver, CEO of Camelot and DigiFlight. “In his new role, he will collaborate closely with our existing teams of expert cyber analysts, leveraging his experience, skills, tradecraft, and sources to refine our Tools, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). I look forward to him ensuring successful mission outcomes for our valued customers.”

While at Camelot, Carroll will establish the company’s presence within the top five critical infrastructures designated by the National Security Council. In addition, he will forge a robust presence within the healthcare sector, which has been identified as the most vulnerable sector facing relentless cyberattacks. 

Carroll's illustrious commitment to service extends to his 23 years of active duty in the U.S. Army, where he held various leadership positions. Also, he served in key leadership positions at the National Security Agency for over 19 years. Of note, he served as the program manager for a state-of-the-art high-performance computing program valued at over $5 billion. Under his guidance, the computing program delivered capabilities on schedule, within budget, and exceeded operational performance requirements, significantly bolstering national security.

A decorated veteran, Carroll’s accolades include The Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Secretary of Defense Identification Badge, the Army Staff Identification Badge, and the Joint Meritorious Unit Award (NSA). 

"Cybersecurity is a continuous battle on the digital frontier. To win, we must anticipate, adapt, and act with precision. Camelot is orchestrating a strategic cyber defense where intelligence and resilience are paramount. I’m proud to become a part of it," Carroll said.  


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