Chief Information Security Officer
State of Florida
Jeremy Rodgers is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the state of Florida. Serving as part of the executive leadership team for the Florida Digital Service (FL[DS]), Jeremy is responsible for leading cybersecurity, including cyber planning, incident response, cyber training, and building the Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC), across the state enterprise.
Prior to joining the state of Florida, Jeremy served over 20 years in private industry for a Fortune 50 information technology company. He held many roles across the business, including leading cybersecurity solution architecture across federal, defense and the intelligence community as well as leading a team of analysts and engineers partnering with defense, intelligence, government, and commercial clients in the intel analysis and cybersecurity domains.
Lieutenant Commander Jeremy Rodgers also serves his country in the United States Navy Reserve. He currently serves as the OIC of a national intel unit.
In 2015, Jeremy Rodgers was elected to the non-partisan office of City Council for Boca Raton, FL, where he served six years including several as the city’s Deputy Mayor. He served on multiple boards including the National League of Cities Information Technology and Communications and other regional/transportation boards.
Jeremy Rodgers holds a Master of Science in Computer Engineering with a Minor in Business Administration as well as a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, both from Florida Atlantic University. He holds a graduate certificate in Bioengineering. He is completing (ABD) his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Engineering at Florida Atlantic University with an anticipated graduation date of 2024.
Jeremy is married to his wife Mandy and they have four children. They recently relocated from Boca Raton, FL to Tallahassee, FL, for Jeremy’s service to the state of Florida.