Event by Defense Intel Alumni Association

February DIForum - Jack Gumtow, CIO, DIA

February DIForum - Jack Gumtow, CIO, DIA

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EST)
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DIA Chief Information Officer (CIO) Jack Gumtow
will present
The Impact of Information Technology (IT) on Military Intelligence and DIA CIO’s New Strategic Plan
Jack Gumtow serves as the Defense Intelligence Agency’s chief cyber and enterprise operations, directorate of the chief information officer. His responsibilities include the agency’s global IT infrastructure, communications, enterprise management and cybersecurity operations.  Jack joined DIA in 2012 as the Chief of Enterprise Operations and Cyber.  He fleeted up to Deputy CIO in 2015 before becoming DIA CIO in 2018.

Mr.Gumtow started at the Office of Naval Intelligence in 1991 as a computer security officer and later served as director of security and corporate operations. He became the CIO and chief knowledge officer at ONI in 2005.Jack helped the U.S. Navy position information technology as a business and mission enabler at the service’s echelon I and II levels.  He became the Naval Intelligence CIO and CTO in 2011, with responsibility in transitioning the office’s network into a data centric model. He also developed the Navy’s cloud vision and architecture. Mr.Gumtow earned his bachelor of science degree in information systems management from the University of Maryland and a master of science degree in technology management from the University of Maryland University College.

The DIA CIO’s Presentation will be off the Record and Not for Attribution
There is NO CHARGE for this virtual event

DIAA Members and guests wishing to participate in this virtual DIF should register no later than 12 February.   A Zoom Link, Meeting ID, and Password for joining this event will be sent to the email address provided. 

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Defense Intel Alumni Association
PO Box 354
Charlotte, VA, 23923
Defense Intel Alumni Association

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