Ari M. Schwartz is the former senior director for cybersecurity on the United States National Security Council Staff at the White House, having left the role in October 2015. Previously, he was director for cybersecurity, privacy, civil liberties and policy.
Schwartz came to the White House after serving as a Senior Advisor for technology policy to the United States Secretary of Commerce. Previously, he was at the National Institute of Standards and Technology where he served as Internet Policy Advisor, working on the Internet Policy Task Force at the Department of Commerce.
Before his government service, Schwartz was the vice president and chief operating officer of the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) in Washington, D.C., in the United States. He was formerly a CDT senior policy analyst and subsequently the center's Vice President and COO.
In October 2015, it was revealed that Schwartz had stepped down from his role as senior director for cybersecurity after a two-year tenure. He remarked that he had always planned to leave the role after this period. Schwartz was praised on his departure for helping to develop the government’s cybersecurity framework, a voluntary guideline to help companies bolster their security programs, and as an honest broker with industry and civil society.
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- CDT.org profile for Schwartz
- Video (and audio) conversation with Schwartz about tech issues (specifically Google) on Bloggingheads.tv
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