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Former White House Cybersecurity Lead Joshua Moses to Join PwC

Joshua Moses, former cybersecurity chief for the Office of Management and Budget at the White House, left the public sector to join London-based PwC as the director of cybersecurity strategy and risk, Nextgov reported Friday.

He served the White House for three and a half years working directly with federal CIO Suzette Kent and federal CISO Grant Schneider to create cybersecurity policy and performance and risk management for the federal government. Moses also held key program management roles at the departments of Defense, Justice and Treasury.

“Josh’s contributions and service to the federal government’s cybersecurity mission are extremely valued,” Kent said. “I want to thank him for his hard work and effort in advancing the president’s cybersecurity agenda.”

The OMB has yet to name a new cybersecurity lead to replace Moses. 

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