Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Minnesota
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Aaron Call, the US State of Minnesota’s Chief Information Security Officer, leads their efforts in leveraging innovative and cost-effective solutions to minimize risks to government data and systems. Aaron began his career while pursuing his undergraduate degree in criminal justice and attending law school at Southern Illinois University. Attending school and working part-time as a police officer and IT consultant, Aaron taught himself the basics of information security. Since then, Aaron has developed and led security teams and programs for the US Department of Defense, an international corporation, and now the State of Minnesota.
Aaron has established himself as a collaborative leader in the management of organizational risk.