Mike Brown, the retired Navy rear admiral and current vice president and general manager of RSA‘s global public sector, recently caught up with ExecutiveBiz to discuss how RSA, the security arm of EMC, is working to fend off the next generation of cyber threats.
The more-than-30-year military veteran says he takes a cloud, data and trust-centric approach to federal contracting, and says information sharing is a critical component of remaining “to the left of them in the success curve” and ensuring that cybersecurity measures “are, in fact, defeating (adversaries’) efforts.”
Brown helped lead intedepartmental data sharing while serving the Department of Homeland Security prior to joining the private sector, and elevated to his current role from VP and GM of RSA’s U.S. federal operations this summer.
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- David McClure, General Services Administration assoc. administrator for citizen services & innovative technologies
- Keith Tripple, DHS’ executive director for enterprise system development
- Michele R. Weslander-Quaid, Google’s federal chief technology officer and innovation evangelist
- John Pescatore, SANS’ director of emerging security trends