Bishop Fox, a professional services firm focused on offensive security testing, established an advisory board with the appointments of former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos and Evan Wolff, who was formerly adviser to senior leadership at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Stamos most recently served as CSO at Facebook. He also served as chief information security officer at Yahoo and co-founded iSEC Partners. Evans is now a partner at international law firm Crowell & Moring. Besides his stint with DHS, he also served as a general counsel and senior geospatial analyst for isciences LLC, vice president and principal of Environmental Protection International, and senior geologist for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
“Bishop Fox has made tremendous investments across the board over the last several years to not only propel the company to the next level but to raise the bar and shape the future of security testing,” said Bishop Fox co-founder and CEO Vinnie Liu in a statement. “We’ve attracted the best of the best in the security industry—from employing seasoned, key executives, elite security researchers and testers, to appointing distinguished, seasoned security advisors such as Alex and Evan.”