Chief Security Officer, Peraton
Against the backdrop of escalating threats domestically and abroad, Mike Londregan was tasked with ensuring the security and compliance of all Peraton operations. He oversees U.S. government compliance, personnel security, reputational risk, crisis management, protection of intellectual property, physical security, counterintelligence and insider threats.
By the end of 2022, Londregan and his team had moved talent and resources to save the company $11 million while meeting requirements, sustaining the business and mitigating risks. In addition, his team successfully stood up a cohesive, agile, compliant program to meet the needs and government and contractual requirements of the transformed One Peraton.
“It comes down to the basics ⏤ enabling the business with appropriately vetted personnel, secure safe spaces to work in, and protective programs that mitigate risks to Peraton executing on missions of consequences,” Londregan said.
Positioned as a leading mission capability integrator and transformational enterprise IT provider, Peraton directly supports a full breadth of customer missions across the national security spectrum.
In 2023, Londregan and his team remain laser-focused on building a coalition to enable Peraton to maintain its competitive edge ahead of schedule, under budget, and location-agnostic. At Peraton, security isn’t limited to managing physical buildings and safeguarding data. Security is viewed as a protector and business enabler.
“Our world-class team has an unwavering commitment to doing the can’t be done for customers and each other,” said Chris Valentino, Peraton chief strategy officer. “We are just beginning to realize the totality of our capabilities, and that’s the exciting part.”