Joe Stuntz is Principal – Cybersecurity Practice Leader at One World Identity, focused on building security into business decision-making. This includes leading advisory and consulting relationships with organization security programs and leadership, security and IT vendors, and financial firms who invest in the cybersecurity sector. Previously, Stuntz held leadership roles in the White House Office of Management and Budget on the OMB Cyber team focused on government-wide cybersecurity programs and policy development. Prior to OMB, Joe was a consultant at a Big Four firm, focused on cyber risk management for federal and commercial clients including a project with NIST to develop the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Stuntz earned his MBA from Georgetown University, completed graduate work on identity management at the Naval Postgraduate School, and earned his BBA from James Madison University.
Outside of work, Joe lives in the DC area with his family and hopes this is finally the year for the Washington Wizards.