Dave Weinstein, Former New Jersey CTO, Heads to Private Cybersecurity Firm
The former Gov. Chris Christie appointee has taken a spot with Claroty, a cybersecurity firm based out of New York.
New Jersey's first Chief Technology Officer David Weinstein, left, accepts the appointment from Gov. Chris Christie.
The State of New Jersey
In yet another C-suite public-private transition, former state of New Jersey CTO Dave Weinstein has landed with a New York-based cybersecurity firm.
The company, Claroty, announced that the former Gov. Chris Christie appointee would be taking over as its vice president of threat research.
“Dave has lived in the shadow of these risks, and his understanding and experience will not only bring our threat research team a perfect leader and partner, but will also help our customers to better understand their risk, responsibilities and recourse in this increasingly volatile landscape,” Dr. Benny Porat, company co-founder and CTO, said in a press release
Prior to being tapped to serve within the Christie administration, Weinstein was the first chief information security officer for the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, which oversaw the national cyberthreat information sharing network, New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC). Weinstein also served in the U.S. Cyber Command between 2010 and 2013.
“Given Claroty’s deep and rich visibility of the cyberthreats facing the world’s most critical infrastructures, it is incumbent upon us to contribute our insights and analytics not only to our customers, but also to a global community of operators and researchers who share our values for a secure and resilient Industrial Internet of Things,” Weinstein said in the release. “I look forward to leading this mission for Claroty and working with our partners across all sectors and industries.”