Joan Schwartz and Doug Dangremond have been appointed vice presidents of Cyveillance, the company reported this week. Cyveillance, a wholly-owned subsidiary of QinetiQ, located in Reston and a provider of cyber intelligence solutions, welcomed Schwartz as its new Vice President of Human Resources and Dangremond as its new Vice President of Sales.
“We are excited to have Joan and Doug on board to help us further our momentum and better serve our customers,” said Scott Kaine, president of Cyveillance. “There is an ever-growing need for organizations to employ global threat intelligence to protect their employees, networks, brands and physical infrastructure, and Joan and Doug both bring a wealth of experience that will enable us to expand our capabilities to assist these firms in proactively identifying and responding to threats.”
Schwartz previously worked as the Director of Human Resources at Mandiant, which was recently acquired by FireEye. At Mandiant, Schwartz helped grow the company’s staff to more than 500 employees.
She has also held senior human resources positions at Envision EMI and Windward Consulting Group. Prior to her career in HR, Schwartz spent more than 12 years at Freddie Mac, where she led mortgage acquisition processes and customer business systems. She also earned a degree in business management from the University of Maryland.
Dangremond’s prior experience includes time served as director of sales for GTSI, where he managed a $300 million-a-year Information Technology sales business. For the 27 years prior to joining GTSI, Dangremond led sales and business development teams delivering sophisticated software and telecommunications solutions growth in executive roles for NeuStar, Inc., Ameritech and Anixter.
He is an active member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA), Industry Advisory Council (IAC) and the TelecomHUB. Dangremond also earned a degree in public administration and management from the University of Florida.