In early 2020, a steering committee of government and industry leaders chartered a non-profit organization called StateRAMP to bring together states to create a common method to verify security.
BY THE NUMBERS
Current & Former Government Officials
Steering Committee Members
Policy Documents Adopted
Steering Committee Meeting Hours in 2020
Board of Directors
President, Knowledge Services
Chief Privacy Officer, State of Indiana
General Counsel, Management Performance Hub
Chief Information Officer, State of Arizona
StateRAMP Steering Committee
Thomas Considine, Sr.
Standing Committee Members
The Standards and Technical Committee is comprised of at least seven members at all times. Committee members are appointed by the Board, who strive to include representation from all stakeholders, including at least one member of the Board of Directors. The Standards and Technical Committee conducts regular meetings and may call special ad hoc meetings as needed. The Standards and Technical Committee makes recommendations to the Board regarding PMO policies, security standards, best practice, and assessment processes.
Chair: Dan Lohrmann, Chief Strategist & Chief Security Officer (CSO), Security Mentor
David Allen, CISO, State of Georgia
Glenn Herdrich, Information Security Manager, Sacramento County
Steve Nettles, Statewide Procurement Group Manager, State of Arizona
Jason Oskenhendler, Senior Manager, Cyber Risk Advisory, Coalfire
Nancy Rainosek, CISO, State of Texas
Joe Bielawski, President, Knowledge Services
Phyllis Lee, Sr. Director of Controls, Center for Internet Security
Rick Zak, Dir. Regulatory Compliance, U.S. State & Local Government, Microsoft
Noah Brown, CISO, Knowledge Services / StateRAMP PMO
Maria Thompson, Cybersecurity Lead, Amazon Web Services
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