The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity will kick off our 2016 Fall Seminar Series with a presentation by Tom Andriola, Vice President and System Chief Information Officer for the University of California System (UC).
The UC is the premier public research institution, with 10 campuses, five health systems, and three national laboratories. Each year it serves more than 240,000 students, conducts billions of dollars of sponsored research, and cares for more than 14 million patients across the state of California. Mr. Andriola provides leadership across this massive, complex institution, working closely with campus and healthcare leaders to explore opportunities for technology and innovation to enhance the UC missions of teaching, research, patient care and public service.
Mr. Andriola brings over 25 years of experience as a global business and technology executive. Those years have been spent in a variety of roles ranging from a business transformation leader for a multi-billion dollar enterprise to a global CIO with staff around the world to being employee #1 of a new business. He brings a wealth of management and leadership experience having lived abroad and run organizations on four continents. Throughout his career he has been a champion of change inside organizations as well as a leader for innovation in the marketplace, having brought first-of-kind solutions to market and led the creation of several new businesses.
Please join us at 12pm on September 13 in South Hall, Room 205, for a discussion and Q&A. A light lunch will be served. Please RSVP below if you plan to attend this event.
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