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Bill Harrod

Federal / Public Sector CTOIvanti

Mooresville, NC

Member Since December 2021


Bill Harrod is the Public Sector CTO at Ivanti, joining as part of the MobileIron acquisition, where he held a similar role prior to the accquisition. He is a CISSP and an accomplished information security executive and cybersecurity professional with experience managing cybersecurity risk and designing and delivering security solutions to federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Bill joined MobileIron from Deloitte where he was a Specialist Leader/Senior Manager for the Federal Advisory Cyber practice. Where he was the identity architect for citizen-facing identity, authentication, authorization, and access management for several Federal agencies and managed programs at the US Postal Service, Government Services Agency (GSA), IRS, and the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) for identity and privacy standards. Prior to Deloitte, Bill was an advisor for Public Sector Security solutions at CA Technologies; VP/Research Director at ICSA; and served for 14 years in the Federal government.

Published content

10 steps to recover your company from a cyberattack 

expert panel

Here's what to do if your business has just been hacked.  With cyber at an all-time high in today's marketplace, it's practically impossible to avoid putting your business at risk if you don't have the proper tools and a response plan already in place. But it's important not to blame yourself or your team if your company has fallen victim because you didn't see it coming. Instead, stop and think more strategically before you make any rash decisions about how to overcome the temporary crisis. Below are 10 experts from Fast Company Executive Board who can help you and your team implement the best strategies to come out on top and maintain credibility in the industry you represent.

2023 cybersecurity predictions: More ransomware, attacks on critical infrastructure, and stolen credentials


Individuals, organizations, and governments need to sharpen their focus on securing and protecting critical infrastructure and employee credentials in the upcoming year.

Three ways organizations can secure mobile endpoints


Organizations should keep up with changing workplace expectations without risking cybersecurity. I believe it is possible to maintain this balance if organizations prioritize vulnerabilities and take a proactive approach to security.

It’s past time for federal IT modernization funding


Federal government agencies lack the one thing they desperately need: funding to modernize their IT infrastructure.

Schools are prime targets for cyberattacks: Here's what can be done to protect them


Student safety and privacy are a key focus for school districts and administrative bodies, but funding and resource limitations inhibit the kind of action needed to combat these critical vulnerabilities. 

A timeless, go-to framework for protecting against cyber threats


Some preventive measures simply don't get old.

Company details


Company bio

Ivanti makes the Everywhere Workplace possible. In the Everywhere Workplace, employees use myriad devices to access IT applications and data over various networks to stay productive as they work from anywhere. The Ivanti Neurons automation platform connects the company’s industry-leading unified endpoint management, cybersecurity and enterprise service management solutions, providing a unified IT platform that enables devices to self-heal and self-secure and empowers users to self-service. Over 40,000 customers, including 96 of the Fortune 100, have chosen Ivanti to discover, manage, secure, and service their IT assets from cloud to edge, and deliver excellent end user experiences for employees, wherever and however they work. For more information, visit and follow @GoIvanti.