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Additional Info

Job title of nominated professional (or team name)Vice President of Cybersecurity
Company (where nominated professional or team is working)One World Identity
Company size (employees)10 to 49
Headquarters RegionNorth America

In 3 bullets, summarize why this professional or team deserves recognition:

● Working to better integrate identity management, technology innovation, and security through the approach called “Trust and Safety”.
● Working towards moving the culture of security away from fear, uncertainty and doubt and towards a more collaborative and business focused outlook.
● Helped develop White House cybersecurity initiatives including:
- Reports for Executive Order 13800
- Leading the development or execution of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP)
- Leading the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP)

Brief Overview

Joe Stuntz is currently the Vice President of Cybersecurity at OWI, an independent advisory, research and strategy company focused on identity. Stuntz’s focus is building security into business decision-making and incorporating security, identity management, and risk and compliance to focus on “Trust and Safety”. This includes consulting with organization security programs and leadership, working with security and IT vendors, and advising financial firms who invest in the cybersecurity sector. Specifically, Stuntz has focused on addressing challenges related to cybersecurity risks introduced through organization supply chains, driving better security outcomes, getting regulatory and policy compliance as extra credit, and helping growing organizations with solutions to problems that better market, present, and translate their business value. Previously, Stuntz held leadership roles in the White House Office of Management and Budget on the OMB Cyber team focused on government-wide cybersecurity programs and policy development. His time at OMB included participating in White House cybersecurity initiatives including the Executive Order 13800, the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) and the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan (CSIP). Additionally, Stuntz authored government policy on high value assets, the CSIP, and major incidents. Stuntz earned his MBA from Georgetown University, with a focus in strategy and finance, completed graduate work on identity management at the Naval Postgraduate School, and earned his BBA from James Madison University.