The analyst from FireEye whose team discovered the SolarWinds attack and the co-founder of Tenable will join the advisory board of Trinity Cyber – contributing expertise to the company that counts former homeland security adviser Tom Bossert among its top executives.
News of the high-profile new additions – Michael Sikorski, the head of FireEye's FLARE reverse engineering and threat analysis team and Ron Gula – comes with an announcement of and undisclosed amount of funding from the latter's venture capital firm, Gula Tech Adventures.
"Don't take Tom Bossert's word on Trinity Cyber. He was just the former homeland security advisor. He runs the company, so maybe he's self-interested," said Bossert, Trinity Cyber's president and former official with both the Trump and George W. Bush administrations. "Maybe it's just the policy guy who doesn't understand the tech. But you can't ignore Ron Gula and Mike Sikorski."
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