The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has appointed Tonya Ugoretz, Maurice Bland and Thomas Donahue to be on the leadership team of the newly-formed Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center.
ODNI said Thursday Ugoretz will head CTIIC, Bland will serve as deputy leader and Donahue will be the research director.
“CTIIC will lead integrated community analysis of our cyber adversaries and support interagency efforts to develop whole-of-government opportunities against cyber threats,” DNI James Clapper said.
“I am confident this capable team will work seamlessly with intelligence community and federal partners to integrate intelligence on foreign cyber threat capabilities and activities.”
Ugoretz is a career intelligence analyst and former chief intelligence officer from FBI, where she has worked on assignments with CIA, the Department of Homeland Security and the National Intelligence Council.
Bland is a retired U.S. Army colonel and has served as associate deputy director for cyber at the National Security Agency.
Donahue was chief editor of the President’s Daily Brief at the CIA and senior director for cyber operations for the staff of the National Security Council.