David C. Smith Joins Nuix as Deputy Chief Information Security Officer
HERNDON – April 26, 2017 — Global technology company Nuix today announced the addition of David C. Smith as its Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (DCISO). In this role, Smith will assist company CISO Chris Pogue in planning, directing, managing, and overseeing the company’s internal security programs, conduct security training for Nuix staff and customers, and lend his expertise to Nuix’s burgeoning cybersecurity product development.
“Adding someone with David’s pedigree and experience is a tremendous addition to the Nuix team,” said Pogue. “His training and public speaking capabilities were as important to us as his technical skills. He’s sliding into a familiar role, and his success during his tenure with the U.S. Secret Service will undoubtedly carry over to his work on our team.”
Smith spent more than twenty-four years as a Special Agent for the U.S. Secret Service. His most recent assignment was as a Supervisory Special Agent and Deputy Chief Information Security Officer in the office of the CIO. He previously served as the supervisor in charge of Electronic Crimes training at the Secret Service’s training academy outside of Washington, D.C. Over his career, Smith has accumulated over three thousand teaching hours, training state, federal, and international law enforcement officials.
“I am thrilled and honored to join the Nuix team,” said Smith about his appointment as Deputy CISO. “This is an exciting company with tremendous vision and talent.”