2014 Fed 100

Federal 100: Samara Moore

Name: Samara Moore
Title: Director for Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection
Agency: National Security Council

Forging cross-sector cybersecurity. As one of the White House's most public advocates for cybersecurity, Moore helped develop the executive order on improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. Since the order's release in February 2013, she has played a crucial role in guiding its implementation, ensuring that milestones were met on time and publicizing the government's progress. Moore also proved to be adept at engaging the private sector in the effort. Supporters praise her as a role model for those seeking closer cooperation between government and industry.

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