CNSI Names Mike Jin as SVP, CIO, CISO to lead Information, Data Security Division; Todd Stottlemyer Quoted

Mike Jin
Mike Jin

CNSI has appointed technology leader Mike Jin as senior vice president, chief information officer and chief information security officer to lead information and data security, the company announced on Monday

“Mike has a proven track record of implementing technology and business strategies that support rapid growth while implementing appropriate standards, processes, and procedures that improve user experience,” said Todd Stottlemyer, CEO at CNSI and a former Wash100 winner. “He consistently works to transform the role of IT from being a resource provider to a solution partner. We’re thrilled to have Mike on the CNSI team.”

Jin has extensive technology and security experience and will bring valuable knowledge and leadership to CNSI’s executive team during an unprecedented time in the healthcare industry, and a continuously evolving information and data security landscape.

Prior to joining CNSI, Jin worked with Siemens Government Technologies (SGT) where he was the CIO. In the role, he led a global team across multiple business units. Jin’s team was responsible for a comprehensive suite of IT products and services including cloud-based solutions, digital industries, smart infrastructure and cybersecurity initiatives. 

Before his tenure with SGT, Jin led all IT operations and strategy at SOS International (SOSi), where he oversaw significant global growth over several years focusing on cybersecurity operations and IT support for its customers. 

He supervised all data centers, technical service centers, production scheduling functions, help desk operations, communication networks (voice and data), IT program development, and IT systems operations. 

Jin also served as director of information technology with Acentia, where he provided technology leadership and support in the design and implementation of infrastructure technology and end user support. He also planned and created processes to support business operations and achieve more effective and cost beneficial enterprise-wide IT operations. 

“I’m honored and excited to join such an experienced leadership team, said Mike Jin, SVP, CIO & CISO. “CNSI has a successful track record of leveraging the best technology to creatively deliver solutions that provide optimized and intuitive health, and cost benefits to millions of users. I look forward working with this team to become the nation’s most trusted and valued partner for healthcare technology solutions.”

About CNSI

CNSI delivers a broad range of health information technology enterprise solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of state and federal agencies. We align, build, and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help customers achieve their mission, enhance business performance, reduce costs, and improve the health for over 50 million Americans.

With locations throughout the U.S. and in India, CNSI employs a world-class team of technologists, healthcare subject-matter experts and program managers, all of whom have experience with large scale mission-critical information technology implementations.

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