2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Jonathan Wingo

 

Name: Jonathan Wingo
Title: Director, Homeland Region
Company: Dell EMC Federal

Digital foreman. Wingo spearheaded the initiative to design and implement a new IT infrastructure for the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. The model he created incorporates a multi-cloud environment and data growth driven by artificial intelligence, analytics and other advanced technologies. The new IT infrastructure helps CISA coordinate cybersecurity efforts between the government and private-sector partners to protect utilities and other critical systems. Those 2018 accomplishments were also part of a larger pattern: Wingo, who left Dell for Pure Storage earlier this year, has supported DHS for almost 16 years.

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