Associate CIO Brody to leave Energy Department

Bruce Brody, who has been serving as associate CIO for cybersecurity at the Energy Department, is retiring at the end of the year.

Brody came to DOE in the summer of 2004 from the Veterans Affairs Department. He had joined the VA in 2001 and formed its Office of Cyber Security, to centralize and correct security weaknesses at the department.

Before coming to VA, Brody served in several positions at the Defense Department, including director of information superiority investment strategy, where he made spending recommendations for the department's $50 billion annual budget for information resources. He also worked at the Defense Information Systems Agency, directing the Multilevel Security Division and later the Joint Information Management Center.

An Air Force veteran, Brody earned a master's degree with an emphasis on information security from Eastern Michigan University.

Attempts to contact him this morning were unsuccessful.

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