2016 Fed 100

Federal 100: Trevor Rudolph

Name: Trevor Rudolph
Title: Chief of the Cyber and National Security Unit
Office of E-Government and IT
Agency: Office of Management and Budget

The cyber go-to at OMB. Rudolph is a key Obama administration point man for handling the complex zone where cybersecurity and national security meet. When the records of 22 million government employees and contractors were compromised in the massive Office of Personnel Management hack, the White House called for a cybersecurity sprint to shore up agency systems. -- and Rudolph was the one who made it happen. He is also involved in the administration's efforts to modernize the government's technology infrastructure, and he launched the first comprehensive, executive-level cybersecurity assessment framework for the federal government.

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