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Robert Carey, president of Cloudera Government Solutions and a previous Wash100 Award winner, said he believes cyber is the primary challenge facing federal agency chief information officers and chief information security officers when it comes to managing and securing data in a hybrid cloud environment. “So to wrap a coherent security architecture around the disparate […] More
Speakers from government and industry will deliver keynote speeches and head the panel discussions at next month’s 14th Annual Smart Card Alliance Government Conference in Washington, D.C. Smart Card Alliance said Tuesday the June 9-10 conference will tackle cybersecurity issues, advances in mobile identity, biometric systems, personal identity verification credentials, healthcare identification and developments in National Strategy for Trusted […] More
Robert Carey serves as vice president and general manager for the public sector cybersecurity business at Computer Sciences Corp. He joined the company in April after a 32-year government career that concluded with three-and-a-half years of work as principal chief information officer at the U.S. Defense Department. Carey also led eBusiness and smart card programs […] More
Defense Department officials are looking to balance security, efficiency and effectiveness in moving away from a decentralized network of computer servers and data centers and into cloud computing, Department of Defense deputy chief information officer said yesterday. “We must balance all three,“ said Robert J. Carey, who is also the deputy assistant secretary of defense […] More
The Defense Department’s the new Deputy CIO and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Robert Carey will deliver his first-ever public address in his new role tomorrow. The breakfast briefing “New Frontiers of Cybersecurity: Emerging DoD and DHS Cybersecurity Strategies,” produced by CyberSecurity Seminars, will be held between 8-10:30 a.m. at Crowell & Moring’s offices in […] More
Cybersecurity is a team effort, according to Department of Navy CIO Robert Carey, who will shortly leave to take over cybersecurity for the Navy. The Navy, as all branches of DoD, relies heavily upon the interaction between Navy personnel, civilians, contractors and academia, Carey writes in his blog. “As I step closer to the operational […] More
Following his recent assignment as director of strategy and policy at the Navy Fleet Cyber Command/10th Fleet, Robert Carey expressed his excitement of his new responsibilities during an interview and explained that he is looking forward to helping the command. In a recent conversation with GovInfoSecurity.com, Carey shed some insight into his thoughts on his […] More
Robert Carey will leave his post as the Department of Navy’s Chief Information Officer by the end of the summer at the behest of Undersecretary of the Navy Robert Work. The new CIO has not yet been selected, but Carey indicated he would assist Work in his search. Carey joined the DON in 2000 as […] More
In a recent blog post, Navy CIO Robert Carey outlined some of the key lessons he learned from Lou Gerstner’s, the former CEO of IBM, book Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance. Carey believes there are several lessons from the book that are applicable to the “internal issues that are keeping the Department of the Navy […] More
Navy CIO Robert Carey sat down with GovCon Exec magazine to share his thoughts on a wide range of topics from Web 2.0 to Accessibility and Security: “As you manage (accessibility and security) as a polarity, you have to have both,” he said.  “Generally, we do one or the other, we actually buy off of […] More
“A lot” needs to be done to prepare for the the Naval Network Environment (NNE 2016), an effort to integrate network architectures “afloat and ashore,” according to Department of the Navy CIO Robert Carey's blog post from last week.  The NNE 2016 is the Next-Generation Network Environment (NGEN) successor network to the Navy/Marine Corps Intranet […] More
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