Strider Announces John Mullen, Former Assistant Director of CIA, Joins Company as Advisor
Strider Technologies, developer of the world’s first economic statecraft technology platform, announced that John Mullen has joined Strider as a Strategic Advisor. Mullen, who previously served as Assistant Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), will support Strider’s expansion into new market segments.
Strider delivers proprietary data and software to Fortune 500 corporations, research institutions, and government agencies that reinforce their leading positions in a new era of global strategic competition. Strider enables organizations to combat intellectual property theft and supply chain vulnerabilities, fusing data and human expertise, to deliver insights that protect people, safeguard innovation, and construct a partner ecosystem built on mutual trust.
“John’s skills, experience, and deep understanding of the most pressing challenges confronting executives and government leaders will be a tremendous support to our customers,” said Greg Levesque, Strider co-founder and CEO. “John shares Strider’s belief that new approaches and technologies are urgently needed to protect innovators and empower companies to more effectively compete. We’re grateful to have him join our team.”
“Strider is one of the most unique technology companies I’ve seen tackling long-standing insider threat and strategic competition challenges,” said Mullen. “This team of leading subject matter experts and engineers are setting the benchmark for how organizations are going to compete and win in a new geopolitical environment. I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”