Google Cybersecurity Seminar: Larry Cox, SAIC, "Is it Time for a New Partnership of Nations?"
"A First World of Cyber Security: Is it Time for a New Partnership of Nations?"
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cyber & Information Solutions Business Unit, SAIC
Registration is required: http://goo.gl/0f31b
Larry D. Cox is senior vice president and general manager of Science Applications International Corporation's (SAIC's) Cyber & Information Solutions Business Unit (CISBU). He reports directly to SAIC CEO Walt Havenstein on the company's cyber business and programs.
As the head of CISBU, Cox is responsible for leading SAICs innovation and thought leadership in cyber and signals intelligence (SIGINT) for federal, commercial, and international customers. From state-of-the-art information management solutions that incorporate advanced sensors and deep analytics to comprehensive cyber solutions, products, and services that enable SAICs customers to better protect data and services, the business unit provides support across all SAIC groups and the corporate enterprise.
Before joining SAIC in 2005, Cox served as vice president of SIGINT strategy at Lockheed Martin. He was previously the founder and president of ORINCON Sygenex, Inc., a high-technology systems development company acquired by Lockheed Martin in 2003. Cox has also held various senior positions with the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, the General Electric Company, and the National Security Agency (NSA).
An active member of the cyber and SIGINT communities, Cox serves on numerous government and industry advisory boards, such as the NSA Advisory Board and the CyberPatriot board of advisors.
Cox appreciates the importance of community involvement and SAICs role in supporting Marylands economic development through innovation and academic excellence. As the co-chair of Howard Countys Cyber Commission, he will help lead local efforts to maximize opportunities generated by the evolution of cyber activity in the Baltimore-Washington region. His commitment to developing future generations of cyber professionals includes support of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)-oriented programs such as FIRST, CyberPatriot, Cyber Challenge UK, and the Maryland Cyber Challenge. Cox earned a bachelors degree with honors from the University of Maryland.