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Vincent Sritapan

Science & Technology Directorate

Vincent Sritapan is the Section Chief for Cyber Quality Service Management Office (QSMO) leading the development and delivery of the mobile security services and capabilities for the protection of Federal Networks and State Local Tribal Territorial Government Agencies.

Mr. Sritapan currently serves as the Co-Chair with GSA and NIST for the Federal CIO Council’s Federal Mobility Group helping drive the federal strategy in mobility and share information across Departments and Agencies. Additionally, Mr. Sritapan serves as the Co-Chair with DoD for the Committee for National Security Systems’ Mobile & Wireless Security (CNSS) Working group to address policy and directives for mobility as it pertains to national security systems.

Prior to joining CISA, Vincent spent 6 years at DHS S&T as the Mobile Security R&D Program Manager at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) - Science & Technology Directorate aimed at accelerating the adoption of secure mobile technologies for the Department, government and global community to ensure the homeland security mission. Vincent also spent multiple years with the DHS’ Office of the Chief Information Security Officer as the Technical Lead and Security Architect in the Information Security Architecture and Engineering Division. He holds a BS in Information Systems from California State University Northridge, an MA in National Security Studies and an MBA in Information Assurance and Security Management from California State University San Bernardino. Mr. Sritapan is a direct commissioned Information Warfare Officer in the United States Navy Reserve, a National Science Foundation CyberCorps Scholarship for Service Alumnus and an Office of the Director of National Intelligence - Intelligence Community Scholar Alumnus.