Tag Archives: Steve Orrin

Steve Orrin, Cameron Chehreh: Agencies Should Adopt Risk-Based Security to Protect 5G-Enabled Architecture

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Steve Orrin, chief technology officer at Intel’s federal arm, and Cameron Chehreh, CTO of Dell Technologies’ federal business, wrote in a joint article published Monday on Nextgov that a 5G-enabled architecture requires government agencies to implement a risk-based approach to security that takes into consideration the whole data lifecycle.

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Cameron Chehreh: Converged Tech to Drive Dell EMC’s Investment Strategy

Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer at Dell EMC‘s federal business, has said converged and hyper-converged technologies will become “great focal areas” for Dell EMC, FedScoop reported Wednesday. Chehreh told the publication that software-defined networking is another information technology development that will drive Dell EMC’s investment strategy. “The last piece for us …

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Executive Mosaic’s Top CTO Executives in Government Contracting Award

Many government contracting executives and federal agency leaders have publicly stated that rapid changes in technology are putting pressure on both the public and private sectors to keep pace with new tools as they enter market. Both contractors and agencies are also seeking to stay conscious of how innovative products might disrupt …

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Steve Orrin Receives Executive Mosaic’s Top CTO Executives Award

STEVE ORRIN CHIEF TECHNOLOGIST INTEL CORPORATION – FEDERAL DIVISION Steve Orrin is chief technologist for Intel Corp’s Federal Division and is responsible for Cyber Security and Cloud Strategy, Architecture and Engagements. Steve has held architectural leadership positions at Intel where he has led strategy and projects on Identity, Anti-malware, HTML5 …

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Intel Execs: ‘Trusted Computing’ Platform Can Help Address Cloud Security Issues

Steve Orrin, federal chief technologist of Intel, and Kevin Fiftal, civilian director of the technology firm’s federal team, have urged federal agencies to adopt trusted computing platforms to help secure geographically dispersed cloud data. “Through trusted computing, administrators can verify the trust of the virtual infrastructure, identify the location of …

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