Chertoff Group taps three new senior advisors

The Chertoff Group has named three new senior advisors as it looks to add more experience and subject matter knowledge in homeland security, defense and intelligence, emerging technologies, big data analytics and cybersecurity.

Michael Locatis joins the firm from the Homeland Security Department, where he served as assistant secretary for cybersecurity and communications.

Randy Phillips comes to the Chertoff Group from TASC, where he served as senior vice president, corporate development and chief strategy officer.

Michael Shank joins the company from the U.S. House of Representatives, where he served as minority staff director for the House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

"Our growing team of experts helps our clients identify key issues and strategic opportunities to adapt, grow and respond in a continuously evolving and complex security environment,” said chairman Michael Chertoff.

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