Updated December 3, 2018
G2X TAKE: As reported yesterday, the Federal Chief Information Security Officer’s second in command and cybersecurity lead for the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer is departing Government to join industry and now we know where he will be landing. Joshua Moses, whose experience includes overseeing multi-billion dollar programs, developing innovative strategies, and driving key performance outcomes, and recent work that includes a 3-year stint at the White House focused on providing thought leadership across the entire United States Government cybersecurity portfolio to improve risk management and governance, has recently taken on a new challenge leading efforts around cybersecurity strategy, transformation and risk with PwC.
Prior roles include:
- Chief, Federal Cybersecurity, OMB – The White House
- Senior Program Manager – US Dept of Justice
- Senior Program Manager – DoD
Posted December 2, 2018
Nextgov: Federal CIO Office Cyber Lead Is Leaving Government
“The Federal Chief Information Security Officer’s second in command and cybersecurity lead for the Office of the Federal Chief Information Officer, Joshua Moses, had his last day in government Friday, White House officials confirmed.”
“At OMB, Moses led the development of cybersecurity policy and performance and risk management for the entire federal government. He worked directly under federal CIO Suzette Kent and federal CISO Grant Schneider.” Read the full article here.
Source: Federal CIO Office Cyber Lead Is Leaving Government – By Aaron Boyd, November 30, 2018. Nextgov.Tags: PwC XTRA