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Federal Times: Ari Schwartz Leaves White House Cyber Post

WhiteHouseAri Schwartz has resigned from his post as senior director for cybersecurity policy at the White House’s National Security Council Wednesday after two years on the job, Federal Times reported Thursday.

Aaron Boyd writes Schwartz joined the Obama administration in 2013 as director for cybersecurity privacy, civil liberties and policy after working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology as senior Internet policy adviser.

He spent more 10 years at the Center for Democracy and Technology as vice president and chief operating officer and served as a senior policy analyst at the Center for Effective Government.

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