Chief Information Security Officer
Multnomah County, Oregon
Dennis Tomlin is the Chief Information Security Officer for Multnomah County, where he is responsible for leading the county’s cybersecurity efforts.
The county protects employee and residents data and privacy by employing a security model based on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework along with CIS controls
In addition to public speaking and participating in panel discussions, Mr. Tomlin serves the sector and his community as an appointee by Governor Kate Brown to be a voting member of the Oregon Cyber Advisory Council.
Mr. Tomin serves on:
- SLTTGCC (CISA State Local Tribal Territorial Governing Coordinating Council)
- Mt Hood College Cybersecurity Program Advisory Board
- Clackamas Community College Healthcare Program Security Advisor
- Evanta CISO Governing Board
- CISCO CISO Advisory Council
Mr. Tomlin attended Portland State University where he majored in Elementary Education. He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay from 1978 to 1981.