Josha Jordan, a security professional with 15 years of experience in areas including critical infrastructure protection, public-private partnerships, domestic security strategic policy development, and management experience of several high priority programs, has taken on a new challenge as Branch Chief, Infrastructure Assessments and Analysis at the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Josha was most recently charged with leading the Soft Target Security efforts within the organization, and enhancing security capabilities and offerings to partners across the county and abroad, while leveraging new security concepts to assist mitigation strategies.
Prior roles include:
- Program Manager, Soft Target Security Program – Department of Homeland Security
- Chief, Cross-Sector Programs Section (Acting) – Department of Homeland Security
- Special Assistant, Office of Infrastructure Protection – Department of Homeland Security