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Former federal CIO joins law firm cyber practice

September 12, 2017 |
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Former federal chief information officer Tony Scott has joined law firm Squire Patton Boggs as senior data privacy and cybersecurity advisor, the firm announced Monday.

Scott -- who President Obama appointed to become the federal government’s CIO in 2015 -- said in a statement Monday that he plans on bringing his federal and industry experience to the firm to help clients deal with cyber incidents while also tracking the changing regulatory and policy landscape on cybersecurity.

“I look forward to...


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