Two prominent security leaders recently departed from Fortune 500 positions to enter the consulting ranks.- Robert Littlejohn, long-time Vice President of Global Security for Avon, has founded his own firm, Robert F. Littlejohn & Associates. Littlejohn was responsible for security operations in 140 countries. Prior to Avon, he held a VP position at Pinkertons, Inc. He has also held leadership positions with industry bodies including the Overseas Advisory Council and ASIS International.- Eric Levine has stepped down from his position as VP and CSO for Prudential to create The Levine Group LLC. Prior to Prudential, he was a Special Agent with the US Department of State Bureau of Diplomatic Security, at various times holding security responsibilities for US embassies in Israel and Nepal.In other news,- Robert Storer has been named Vice President - Protective Services for Market Center Management Co. in Dallas. Storer is a former US Marine who has held private-sector leadership positions with American Airlines, Mary Kay Inc., and Vulcan Real Estate. In his new position he is responible for all security operations for the Dallas Market Center, a wholesale merchandise resource with nearly 7 million square feet of space.- Payment solutions company 3Pea has named Omar Khandaker as SVP and CIO. Previously he was CTO and CISO at Wow Technologies with responsibility for design and implementation of a PCI DSS-compliant card processing platform.