Kevin Greene is a Thought Leader in the area of Software Security Assurance. He currently serves on the advisory board for New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Cybersecurity Research Center, and has served on Bowie State University’s external advisory board for their Computer Science department. Kevin brings a wealth of cybersecurity experience in the areas Research and Development, Tech Transition and Commercialization, Software Assurance, Security Engineering and Architecture, and Vulnerability Management. His work as spanned multiple sectors, public and private, including healthcare, education, and financial in helping organizations build and formalize cybersecurity programs.
Kevin has been very instrumental in helping his researchers and performers commercialize R&D, and has taken a leadership role in partnering with academia, government, and industry to create forward leaning capabilities to improve software assurance. He is currently hosting his own podcast, Cybersecurity Insights and Perspectives; where he engages other industry thought leaders on cybersecurity issues. He is also a contributing author for Dark Reading. Kevin is a self-starter — utilizing his diverse experience, hunger for knowledge and new ideas, and ability to effectively communicate to help customers solve challenging problems. He holds both a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree from New Jersey Institute of Technology.