White House Cyber Advisor Departing 

He has had decades of government national security involvement. 

Chris Inglis, the cyber advisor at the White House, said his last day to serve in the administration will be February 15. 

His principal deputy, Kemba Eneas Walden, is expected to assume the role of acting director until a successor is nominated and confirmed. 

Members of the House Homeland Security Committee stated, “As the first National Cyber Director, Chris Inglis has set a high bar for future officeholders. His long career in public service has made our nation safer.” 

The position of national cyber director was established by Congress in 2021. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • With gratitude to the Lord for Mr. Inglis’ government service as he departs the administration.
  • For wisdom for the president as he considers who to appoint to the National Cyber Director role.
  • For the individual who will serve in the acting capacity until Congress has confirmed a new director.

Sources: The Hill, Politico 


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