Scott Davis is a leader and manager with military, public, and private sector experience with proven results in the areas of critical infrastructure security and information systems. Currently, he serves as the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the U.S. Department of Labor in the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
As Deputy CISO, Davis leads the Division of Information Assurance, supervising information security policy for more than 18,000 Department of Labor employees across the country.
Davis manages and measures cybersecurity risks to the Department’s IT assets through the Identity and Access Management program by providing credentialed access to network accounts and supervising privileged user accounts. He integrated a Simplified Sign-on (SSO) system for eight major applications, including two enterprise-wide solutions, reducing the need for multiple passwords, and fortified cybersecurity for the Department’s networks and systems through the use of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, while overcoming a 38% Federal staffing shortage.
He served for more than 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and has held roles in information systems security and systems engineering with the Department of Homeland Security and as the Region Command Information Officer at the U.S. Department of the Navy. Davis worked for the National Reconnaissance Office as a Flight Chief of Information Systems and Superintendent for the Communications Operations Squadron. He also worked for Booz Allen Hamilton as a Lead Project Manager and IT Lead.
Davis holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Management and Security Administration from Strayer University, and a Master of Business Administration from Liberty University.