Bryan J. Langley was appointed as the Senior Advisor at Cyber Florida to lead and coordinate public and private efforts developing Florida’s critical infrastructure risk assessment, to include writing a report to the Governor, Legislator, and the Cybersecurity Advisory Council with recommendations to protect FL’s critical infrastructure from major cybersecurity incidents and events.
Previously, Bryan served as the senior vice president of defense development at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, where he implemented the strategic plan for long-term state investment in the defense marketspace, with the goal of tripling federal defense investments by December 2024.
Bryan served as executive director of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Advisory (HSA) for US DHS, where he oversaw the State Fire Marshalls Office, Emergency Management, State Building Commissioner and chaired Indiana’s School Safety and Cybersecurity Boards.
He served as global security manager at Columbus-based Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) and as a senior consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton Consulting.
He also worked in the White House as the U.S. assistant chief of protocol under the George W. Bush administration.