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Camille Stewart Gloster Leaves Federal Cyber Role

Stewart Gloster departs the Office of the National Cyber Director after two years serving as the deputy national cyber director for technology and ecosystem security.

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Camille Stewart Gloster speaks as part of a livestreamed June 2021 R-Street panel.
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Camille Stewart Gloster, a high-level federal cyber official, is stepping down after two years with the Office of the National Cyber Director.

Stewart Gloster was the office's deputy national cyber director for technology and ecosystem security before departing earlier this month, per MeriTalk. Stewart Gloster told NextGov/FCW recently that she had not yet made plans for her next role.

While at the White House, she led the effort to develop and implement the 2023 National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy. Additionally, Stewart Gloster helped draft and make progress on enacting the National Cybersecurity Strategy, the AI Executive Order and the U.S. National Standards Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technology.

Stewart Gloster, a cyber and technology attorney, left Google to join the Office of the National Cyber Director in summer 2022. Before the move, she was Google's global head of product security strategy. Prior to that, she was the company's head of security policy and election integrity for Google Play and Android. She also had prior public-sector experience at the federal level, having served as the Department of Homeland Security’s senior policy adviser for cyber, infrastructure and resilience.

Stewart Gloster also is known for efforts to bring attention to the need for greater diversity in the cybersecurity and national security fields. As part of this push, she co-founded the #ShareTheMicInCyber movement and the #NextGenNatSec initiatives.