Gregory Crabb

Principal Consultant

Gregory Crabb is a security and risk management executive focused on helping organizations improve their cybersecurity practices. Until March 2021, Greg led the information security practice at the US Postal Service as the Chief Information Security Officer. As a component of the US critical infrastructure, Greg protected the organization from a variety of nation state led attacks; including securing the 2020 election. For twelve years, Greg was a principal sponsor for applied security research at Carnegie Mellon’s Software Engineering Institute. Greg has developed and applied proven methods to secure your most critical information and technology assets, including NIST 800-171 controls.

As a recently retired federal law enforcement officer, Greg led a storied investigative career focused on Eastern European cybercrime arresting cyber adversaries responsible for a variety of attacks; including financial crimes, data theft and extortion. Threat is the most volatile component of the risk equation. Greg’s unique perspective on the adversary allows him to guide a threat based approach to cyber response and defense.

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