2016 Fed 100

Federal 100: Devon Bryan

Name: Devon Bryan
Title: Founder and President
Organization: International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals

Cyber evangelist. Over and above his day job last year as a vice president at ADP, Bryan co-founded the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals to raise funds and advocate for programs and scholarships designed to prepare minority students for careers in cybersecurity. So far, the organization has raised $60,000 for scholarships, partnered with Howard University to launch a pilot project so that students can gain valuable experience and worked with the Department of Homeland Security to connect students with internship opportunities at DHS. Bryan also advocates for veterans who want to adapt their military experience to the cyber battlefield. Since Feb 1, 2016, Bryan has been working in government, as executive vice president and CISO of the Federal Reserve System.

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