BGen (R) Jim Jaeger

Former Director Intelligence

USAF Atlantic Command


As an esteemed security leader, Jim Jaeger is responsible for developing and evolving the company’s cyber services strategy and business. He brings expansive cybersecurity expertise, encompassing an impressive, high ranking career in the U.S. Air Force and driving advanced cyber programs at federal agencies while at General Dynamics. Most recently, Jim managed and grew Fidelis’ Network Defense and Forensics business, including the Digital Forensics Lab. He has led cyber forensics investigations into some of the world’s largest network breaches impacting our industry. In 2015, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo appointed Jim to the state Cyber Commission.

Mr. Jaeger has also held leadership roles for a wide range of cyber programs including General Dynamics’ support for the DoD Cyber Crime Center (DC3), the Defense Computer Forensic Lab and the DefenseCyber Crime Institute. Previously, he created General Dynamics’ information assurance and critical infrastructure protection group, which has developed a wide variety of Information Assurance tools, ranging from the Air Force’s intrusion detection infrastructure to the only network based multi-level security (MLS) system, accredited by the National Security Agency at Protection Level 4 without waivers. He is a former Brigadier General in the United States Air Force and his military service includes stints as the Director of Intelligence (J2) for the U.S. Atlantic Command, Assistant Deputy Director of Operations at the National Security Agency, and Commander of the Air Force Technical Applications Center. In these capacities, Jim was responsible for the collection and reporting of intelligence to Theater Commanders and the National Command Authority. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Air Force Academy and his Master’s degree in Management & Supervision from Central Michigan University. He also completed the Executive Development Program at the Whitmore Graduate School of Business, University of New Hampshire.