EX-GOOGLE EXEC JOINS WHITE HOUSE CYBER OFFICE
The White House announced on Monday that it was hiring a former Google executive to join the Office of the National Cyber Director to focus on improving and developing the nation’s cyber ecosystem.
Camille Stewart Gloster, who starts on Aug. 1, will serve as the deputy national cyber director for technology and ecosystem security.
- “We need top talent in the government to meet the dynamic and complex cyber challenges we face as a nation,” National Cyber Director Chris Inglis said in a statement.
- “[Stewart Gloster] is a pioneer who has led on cyber issues for more than a decade at the highest levels of government and industry,” Inglis added.