Marshall Heilman

Board Member

Marshall’s deep experience in understanding the origin, impact and aftermath of security incidents involving sensitive data ties directly to Spirion’s mission of protecting what matters most. His military background and experience working consulting, intelligence, and engineering, combined with executive roles at Mandiant (now Google) and DTEX Systems provide the type of actionable deep insights coupled with business understanding our customers are looking for.

Organizations need to protect their most sensitive asset – their data, and Spirion is step one of that protection. Marshall shares that belief. The challenge in front of organizations and Spirion is large and will require a broad network of security providers and proven processes. Marshall’s experience combines both, and we’re thrilled to have his leadership on our Board.

Marshall Heilman is currently the CEO of DTEX Systems and formerly the Global CTO of Mandiant (now part of Google) and a Google engineering executive. He has more than 20 years of experience in cyber security, including 17 at Mandiant/Google, holding executive leadership and technical roles. At DTEX Systems he is responsible for building a company that proactively manages insider risk, keeping companies secure.

During his tenure at Mandiant he helped lead and develop the world renown consulting and threat intelligence capabilities. Specifically, he led high performing threat research, threat system development, and malware analysis teams; the managed detection and response (MDR) business; and global Incident Response and Red Team operations for Consulting.

He has personally led hundreds of incident response engagements to many damaging and public breaches. He also serves as an advisor to pre-IPO stage companies and venture capital firms. Prior to Mandiant, Marshall served in the United States Marine Corps where he specialized in networking and information security operations. He holds an MBA from ASU and a B.S. in CIS from UMGC.

Spirion CEO Kevin Coppins