Director, Security, Tanium
Andre McGregor is director of security at Tanium focused on cyber security. He possesses deep knowledge of cyber criminal and counterintelligence techniques used to attack U.S. computer networks and infrastructure.
Prior to joining Tanium, McGregor served as an FBI Cyber Special Agent in New York City before being promoted to Supervisory Special Agent at FBI Headquarters in Washington DC. In his role at the FBI, he was the senior technical cyber agent for national security investigations and cyber lead incident responder for numerous large-scale computer intrusions in NYC. Additionally, McGregor served as the FBI Cyber Representative to the United Nations in charge of all UN-related cyber incidents and cases across the FBI. Most notably, in 2012, he led the economic espionage and theft of trade secrets investigation in Bo Zhang v U.S. for his role in stealing source code from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. In 2014, McGregor served as FBI Cyber Technical Liaison to DHS National Cyber-security and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in Washington DC where he coordinated all FBI Cyber efforts for US-CERT and ICS-CERT. In 2015, he was promoted to FBI Headquarters as Supervisory Special Agent focused on cyber national security matters and complex investigations.
Before entering the FBI in 2009, McGregor studied computer science and politics at Brown University. He started his professional career as a server engineer at Goldman Sachs and later transitioned to IT Director at Advogent Group (formerly Cardinal Health) where he was in charge of all network infrastructure, servers, workstations, user support, information security, and IT staffing nationwide.
McGregor is a US Government certified incident responder who holds certifications as an Ethical Hacker, Penetration Tester, Malware Reverse Engineer and Digital Forensic Examiner as well as CISSP/GISP.