In-Q-Tel, the CIA venture capital arm charged with funding and developing new technologies for the intelligence community. He took over Tuesday from previous chief , who plans to start up his own San Francisco-based venture capital firm, In-Q-Tel said in a statement.has been appointed president and CEO of
Yoran resigned as director of the National Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security in late 2004, after less than one year in the post. Earlier, he was CEO of Riptech, a venture-backed network security company he cofounded, and then a managed security executive at Symantec. He also did a stint overseeing the vulnerability assessment program for the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT).