cloud technology artificial intelligence
Published on : Dec 2, 2022
The former Chief Software Officer of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) brings decades of cybersecurity and devsecops experience to the Board
Softrams, a Small Business specializing in digital services that are built upon cloud, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity, today announced that it has launched an Advisory Board of government, industry, and technology veterans, naming Jason R. Weiss, former Chief Software Officer (CSO) of DoD, as the inaugural member.
As the current digital landscape rapidly evolves and transforms, new opportunities and threats emerge daily. As a result, organizations need to be increasingly fluid and flexible in their approach to not just stay current but remain competitive by staying ahead of the curve. Softrams' Advisory Board brings together the industry's leading technology veterans to advise and support the organization's executive staff on key initiatives of strategic growth and leadership.
"The formation of the Advisory Board is a pivotal step that will bring strategic insights, guidance, and thought leadership to Softrams' executive leadership and steer us in the right direction as we navigate in an increasingly complex digital ecosystem," said Atchut Kanthamani, CEO of Softrams.
The Board's inaugural member, Jason R. Weiss, whose prolific experience stems across three decades, is regarded as a dynamic trailblazer in spearheading efficient and effective technology best practices and championing organizational mission and goals. Jason's expertise at the DoD was concerted on software modernization, developing achievable strategies, and fostering collaboration and communication.
In addition to his tenure as CSO at DoD, he is also a cybersecurity expert and a prominent public speaker and author.
"I look forward to being Softrams inaugural advisory board member," said Jason. "I will apply my experience and specialized knowledge of cybersecurity and devsecops to facilitate this civic-minded organization on their journey forward. Together, we hope to affect positive change for both the federal agencies we partner with and the general public we strive to work for."