Joshua Moulin

Senior Vice President and Deputy of Operations and Security Services (OSS)


Josh Moulin serves as Senior Vice President and Deputy of Operations and Security Services (OSS) at CIS. In this role, Moulin provides executive leadership for OSS while focusing on the mission of improving the cybersecurity posture of state, local, tribal, and territorial government organizations. Moulin is responsible for planning, developing, and executing OSS products and services, some of which include the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC), US Cyber Challenge, security operations, incident response, and the cyber research program.

Moulin has been working in the cybersecurity field since 2004. Prior to CIS, he was an Executive Partner at Gartner where he advised senior executives in the U.S. federal civilian government and Department of Defense to shape organizational strategy, improve executive leadership, change culture, drive innovation, maintain information security and assurance, and implement technology using best practices and Gartner’s research. Before Gartner, Moulin spent five years at the Nevada National Security Site, part of the Department of Energy / National Nuclear Security Administration’s nuclear weapons enterprise. Moulin served in a variety of roles including as the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Information Officer, responsible for all aspects of classified and unclassified IT and cybersecurity for this global national security organization.

Moulin began his cyber career while in law enforcement during the inception of social networking and e-commerce. He realized law enforcement was not equipped to investigate cybercrimes and as a result, he built what eventually became a regional FBI cybercrimes task force and nationally accredited digital forensics laboratory. As a police lieutenant, Moulin commanded the task force along with the crime analysis unit and served as the city’s IT director. Over Moulin’s eleven-year law enforcement career, he led hundreds of cyber investigations including intrusions, terrorism, extortion, white-collar crimes, violent crimes, and child exploitation. He has been qualified as an expert witness in the areas of cybercrime and digital forensics numerous times in state and federal court.

Moulin has been recognized as a global expert in the area of cybersecurity, risk management, and facilitation skills, has a Master’s Degree in Information Security and Assurance and is a graduate of several leadership development programs both from law enforcement and the federal government. He also holds over a dozen industry certifications including the CISSP, GCIA, GCFA, GSEC, CFCE, CAWFE, CHFI, CEH, and CNDA.