Public Servant, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency
Cameron Dixon is a public servant technologist who works to improve information security practices in US-based government organizations. Cameron has authored multiple 'directives' to enhance the US Government's adherence to good cybersecurity practices, led government-wide incident response activities, and managed key services that protect the American public's information. His current work is implementing the DOTGOV Act of 2020, which makes CISA responsible for the .gov top-level domain.
Cameron holds degrees from Syracuse University and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He entered government service through the National Science Foundation's Cybercorp®: Scholarship for Service.