Chief Information Security Officer | LogMeIn
Gerald is the chief information security officer for LogMeIn responsible for the overall security, compliance and technical privacy of LogMeIn’s products and corporate assets. Prior to this position, Gerald was the chief security officer for Demandware and accountable for the corporate information security governance and management framework. In this role he was also the data protection officer for the Demandware GmbH, a German subentry.
Before, Gerald was a principal software systems engineer at MITRE. He focused on cybersecurity, advanced web services and identity management technology and their application in the context of complex government programs. He was the chief information security architect for the US Air Force Air Operation Center (AOC) Modernization program. He also supported modernizing health IT, especially within the S&I Framework initiative of the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and is one of the original authors of the hData specifications at Health Level 7 and the Object Management Group.
Gerald has held multiple roles within Sun Microsystems from 1997 through 2009 where he worked on the development of new Microsoft interoperability technologies across Sun’s software product portfolio while providing essential information to Sun’s legal department and the executive management group. From 1997 to 2000 Gerald worked for Sun Microsystems Deutschland (Germany) in a per-sales role, serving major customer in finance, manufacturing and other industries.
Gerald also serves as a voluntary member of the Information Systems Advisory Board for the Town of Burlington, MA and is an elected member of Burlington’s Town Meeting. He holds a Master of Science/Diploma in Theoretical Physics in 1997 from the Universität zu Köln (Cologne University, Germany).