Randall Gamby is the information security officer for the Medicaid Information Service Center of New York (MISCNY). MISCNY manages and maintains the largest state-run Medicaid claims data warehouse in the United States. Prior to this position he was the enterprise security architect for a Fortune 500 insurance and finance company. His experience also includes many years as an analyst for the Burton Group's Security and Risk Management Services group. His coverage areas included: secure messaging, security infrastructure, identity and access management, security policies and procedures, credential services, and regulatory compliance.
Prior to joining Burton Group, Randall was a senior consultant and infrastructure designer for Fortune 500 companies, global organizations, and federal governments developing integrated systems for enterprise, national and worldwide deployments. With 20 years of experience, Randall is a founding participant in OSI communications development and was a representative for McDonnell Douglas Corporation (now Boeing Aerospace) in the Aerospace Industries Association, which worked for standardized interoperation between aerospace organizations and the U.S. government.
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