Prudential Financial has named former Federal Bureau of Investigation Assistant Director Joseph Bill Jr. as vice president of global security. He will report to Chief Security Officer Lori Hennon-Bell, and will be responsible for domestic and international security and asset protection."We’re extremely pleased to welcome Joseph to Prudential’s security team,” said Joyce Leibowitz, senior vice president of Shared Services. “His experience and insight into international security further strengthens our ability to uphold the safety and security of our employees and stakeholders around the world.”During his 30-year career at the FBI, Billy served in a number of positions with the foreign counterintelligence program, the FBI/New York City Police Department's joint terrorism task force and most recently as assistant director in charge of the counterterrorism division in Washington, D.C.“Prudential is dedicated to protecting the company’s people and its assets, and Joseph’s impressive background and experience will help ensure that we can take our services to the next level,” said Hennon-Bell.

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