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John Jorgensen – Black Hills Energy

Est. reading time: 5 mins

He doesn’t intend to be a prophet of doom, but John Jorgensen has his concerns about critical infrastructure. He and his colleagues at Black Hills Energy take any threats seriously and encourage industry peers to do likewise. “It’s one of the hottest areas to defend,” he tells Toggle in September from headquarters in Rapid City, […]

Jill Ibeck – Jeffco Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Jill Ibeck joined Jeffco Public Schools in July 2021 as its chief information officer, the COVID-19 pandemic was still in full swing, and the district’s IT strategy was more reactive than proactive. Staff continued following local public health orders and struggled to bring students back into the classroom. Recently, circumstances have been shifting. “We […]

Jason O’Connell – Sensata Technologies

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Moving to Nevada a few years ago wasn’t his first choice, but now that Jason O’Connell is back in his native Massachusetts, he appreciates the time he logged as chief information security officer at Affinity Gaming in Las Vegas even more. It made for a relatively seamless transition to his role since last fall as […]

Julie Judd – Ventura County Office of Education

Est. reading time: 5 mins

According to the K12 Security Information eXchange, student data is one of the top commodities on the dark web. That’s because it’s not monitored as closely as data generated by adults, giving criminals more time to exploit information including social security numbers and medical histories.  “Students don’t have established credit, so we need to do […]

Jason Walters – Dorchester County Government

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s so much that visitors can enjoy at Ashley River Park, an 85-acre facility that opened this spring near Charleston, South Carolina. There’s a riverside trail, a fishing pond, a kayak launch, dog park, two sheltered picnic areas and a splash pond, among other features.  Oh, and visitors can check their emails, too.  The free […]

John Puopolo – CorEvitas

Est. reading time: 3 mins

When a pharmaceutical company creates a new medication for a chronic illness, like psoriasis, it must maintain the effectiveness and safety of that medication and report adverse events to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Instead of collecting the data and developing evidence for the drug itself, however, it might contract with a company like […]

J. David Christensen – PlanSource Benefits Administration

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Even for experienced HR leaders, navigating benefits programs and managing events, such as annual enrollment plans for health insurance, is complex work. For employees, understanding their benefits plans, including the payroll deductions for them, is equally, if not more, complex. J. David Christensen says PlanSource Benefits Administration looks to help both companies and employees by […]

Jericho Simmons – Sound Physicians

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Jericho Simmons is not among the doctors, CRNAs, advanced practice providers or nurses Sound Physicians provides to health care networks throughout the U.S. for acute care services. However, as chief information security officer, Simmons manages the company’s security, ensuring that sensitive data such as personal health information is protected. Founded in 2001, Sound Physicians is […]

Jeff Gautney – Rush University System for Health

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Jeff Gautney was drawn to Rush University System for Health for its structure. Based in Chicago, the organization consists of a clinically integrated network of hospitals, an extensive medical group and a university. Gautney, the vice president and chief information officer, says this makes his work more interesting and complex. “When you add a thousand […]

Jason Buhro – CAMP Systems

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Daniel J. Ryan developed a computerized maintenance program for the Gulfstream II jet in the mid-1960s, the use of private aircraft for business travel was in its infancy. However, Ryan’s maintenance program drew enough interest for him and three colleagues at Grumman (now Northrop Grumman) to leave the company and found CAMP Systems in […]

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