Publisher at CTOvision.com and CTO, Crucial Point LLC
- Washington D.C. Metro Area
- Defense & Space
Bob Gourley's Overview
- Director at Centripetal Networks
- CTO at Crucial Point LLC
- Publisher at CTOvision.com
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Bob Gourley's Summary
Founder and CTO of Crucial Point LLC, a technology research and advisory firm providing fact based technology reviews in support of governments, venture capital, private equity and emerging technology firms.
Editor of CTOvision.com, the award winning technology blog.
Winner of InfoWorld top 25 CTO of the year for 2007.
Awarded intelligence community meritorious achievement award by AFCEA in 2008.
Named to Washingtonian Magazine "DC Tech Titan" list in 2009.
Named one of the “Top 25 Most Fascinating Communicators in Government IT” by the Gov2.0 community GovFresh.
Named to "Top 20 Influencers in Big Data" in Forbes.com in Feb 2012 based on Traackr reach, resonance and relevance.
Served as the CTO for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Extensive industry experience in intelligence and security.
Bachelor of science degree in chemistry, a master of science degree in national security affairs, a master of science degree in military science, and a master of science degree in computer science.
Authored a wide range of articles and presentations on topics ranging from computer science to neural science to the "Principles of Enterprise Engineering" and the "Principles of Computer Network Operations" and the "Future of IT." Completed executive programs at the University of Virginia Darden School as well as the Intelligence Community Senior Leadership Program for senior executives in the Intelligence Community.
Sits on boards in industry and government. Participant in the National Security Agency Advisory Board (NSAAB) (Emerging Technologies Panel).
Bob blogs at http://ctovision.com
Bob Gourley's Experience
Bob Gourley's Publications
- Intelligence & National Security Alliance
- March 2012
In response to recent trends in federal information management to move towards cloud computing, the Intelligence and
National Security Alliance (INSA) convened a working group to study the mission impacts of cloud computing on the
Intelligence Community (IC). The Cloud Computing Task Force collected and analyzed data through a concerted effort in
which two groups conducted over fifty interviews with thought leaders and policy makers in the public and private sectors.