Former Air Force CISO Peter Kim lands at Raytheon
The cybersecurity specialist will be director of IT security and governance at the subsidiary Raytheon Missile Systems.
Peter Kim, who left the Air Force in early June after serving as its chief information security officer, has been hired as director of IT security and governance at Raytheon subsidiary Raytheon Missile Systems, CyberScoop has learned.
Kim had spent the last decade working in cybersecurity at the Pentagon. Wanda Jones-Heath, formerly the deputy CISO, took over the Air Force role after his departure.
Raytheon Missile Systems develops and produces missile systems for the U.S. military and its allies.
Among his accomplishments at the Air Force, Kim oversaw and championed the development of its first bug bounty program.