Peder Jungck leads innovation within the Intelligence & Security sector, a leading provider of IT products and services, as well as intelligence analysis support to the U.S. Government.
Jungck is the Chief Technology Officer of BAE Systems Intelligence & Security (I&S) sector. I&S provides information technology (IT) and intelligence analysis services to key intelligence professionals, federal officials, high‐level U.S. decision makers and troops deployed around the world. It employs more than 7,000 employees with core capabilities including integrated cyber security and IT to ensure dominance in cyberspace. Intelligence & Security is one of the largest IT service providers to the Defense Intelligence Agency, offers advancements in Activity‐Based Intelligence systems and supplies solutions to support “big data” initiatives.
Jungck joined BAE Systems after serving in several key technology leadership positions for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), most recently as the Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of the Cyber Security Group within the National Security Sector. He was also named a Technical Fellow during his tenure. He joined SAIC via the acquisition of CloudShield Technologies, Inc. which he founded in 2000 focused around trusted platforms for cyber security.
Jungck is a networking industry visionary, IT executive and entrepreneur whom pioneered high‐speed content‐based networking and cyber security systems to meet the needs of government, carriers and large enterprises. He has been a guiding architect at several networking and security companies, has earned 27 patents and is a co‐author of packetC the packet processing language for cyber security countermeasures and flexible network applications. In 2017, Jungck was appointed president of the Information Technology – Information Sharing and Analysis Center, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing cyber security through threat information sharing and collaboration.
Jungck attended Clarkson University for electrical and computer engineering and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Beloit College in mathematics and computer science.