As Binary Defense Chief Operating Officer, Dan Adcock leads all client service delivery organizations, ensuring the company evolves and maintains industry-leading cybersecurity capabilities to defend clients. He is responsible for top and bottom-line performance of the company while ensuring that clients’ business objectives in partnering with Binary Defense are achieved.
Prior to Binary Defense, Dan was the Chief of Staff and Strategy Lead for the CEO of the Americas at Capgemini, a Global IT services firm, during a period when the company capitalized on economic recovery conditions to grow at more than double the IT services market in the Americas. He also served as the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Capgemini Americas Cybersecurity Practice from 2019 – 2021, overseeing a period of significant growth in revenue and profitability.
He has 20 years of experience in corporate strategy, business development and client service delivery that began at Lockheed Martin, led to the formation of Lockheed Martin Commercial Cyber in 2014 and then the leadership of that organization through hyper growth and a series of mergers and acquisitions to become Leidos Cyber, which was acquired by Capgemini in 2019. As a leader in the cyber industry since 2014, he has led global teams that have delivered cybersecurity consulting and operational transformation for leading global enterprises and over one-quarter of the Fortune 500.
A graduate of Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering and Georgetown University with an MBA, Dan lives in North Texas with his wife and four children. When not watching his kids’ sporting activities, he enjoys playing soccer, golf, and traveling.