Program Manager, Information Security Tools Team, IT Security Staff
Department of Justice
Co-Chair, Mobile Technology Tiger Team
Federal CIO Council
Kevin Cox, PMP, CISSP, is Assistant Director for Information Security Technologies for the CIO’s IT Security Staff of the Department of Justice (DOJ). In that role, he works with his team and with DOJ Bureaus and Components to implement enterprise security solutions that strengthen the DOJ’s IT security posture and provide near real-time awareness. Kevin also serves as a Co-chair of the Federal Mobile Technology Tiger Team (MTTT). The MTTT was responsible for addressing Milestone 10.2 (Government Use of Mobile Technology – Barriers, Opportunities, and Gaps) of the Federal Digital Government Strategy (DGS). The MTTT is currently supporting DOD, DHS, and NIST in addressing DGS Milestone 9.1 (Government-wide Mobile and Wireless Security Baseline).
Prior to his current roles, Kevin served as the Program Manager for the DOJ Computer Emergency Readiness Team (DOJCERT) and served as a project manager and Unix system administrator for a major server consolidation project. He holds an MA in Public Policy from West Virginia University and an MA in Divinity from the University of Chicago.