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Navroop Mitter is the CEO and founder of ArmorText. Before founding ArmorText, Navroop was a senior manager at Accenture’s North American Security Practice, specializing in governance, risk, compliance, business continuity, and cyber resilience in emerging markets. He successfully led international engagements and established profitable cybersecurity practices in the United States, Sweden, and Argentina.
As a trusted expert in safeguarding sensitive communications and strengthening emergency response preparedness throughout the critical infrastructure community, Navroop serves on several technology advisory boards. He has advised state and presidential campaigns, legislators, and congressional staffers on encryption, cyber threats to national security, and public policy. Navroop has presented at major industry events such as the National Council of Information Sharing and Analysis Centers, Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, American Turkish Council’s International Business and Technology Forum, Northwestern University Law School, and Williamson College Business School as well as specialized private forums and working sessions for Government, Defense, and Special Forces audiences.
Navroop and his team bring expertise from serving the needs of 700+ organizations who entrust security operations, incident response, threat intelligence sharing, and highly sensitive executive and board communications to ArmorText as well as practical insights from engaging with over 40 organizations just this year for their incident response tabletop exercises.