Mike Rogers, retired US Navy admiral who served as commander of the US Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, has joined Brunswick Group in its Washington office.
As senior advisor, he will counsel clients on cybersecurity, geopolitical, technology, telecom and crisis matters.
As creator of the Cyber Command and head of America’s biggest intelligence operation, Rogers dealt with issues such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, encryption, quantum computing and data policy.
He retired from the Navy in 2018 after 37 years of service.
Nik Deogun, Brunswick Americas CEO, said Rogers’ insights "will help our clients tackle thorny issues and risks that keep them up at night.”