Todd Blanchard

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Todd Blanchard

IT Governance Analyst at Oregon Lottery; GW adjunct professor, Cybersecurity Strategy & Information Management


Office Phone: (757) 846-3430
Mr. Blanchard, CISSP, is an accomplished cyber security manager and analyst with over 18 years experience in the information security arena, including cyber security enterprise level program/project management, IT governance and security operations. Blanchard has experience working on systems in both the public and private industry sectors and is recognized as being highly knowledgeable in cyber defense strategy and cyber security information systems operations. 
He believes InfoSec is the foundation to this country’s economy and places a very high value on defense strategy. His diverse IT background in enterprise architecture, data center management, management of people, and programs contributes to an optimal security posture for any organization.

Currently he works as an IT Governance Analyst for the State of Oregon's Lottery. His work experience also includes:
  • Working as a program manager, fielding enterprise security solutions for the U.S. Air Force;
  • Assisting the roll-out and implementation of two important Department of Defense (DoD) security systems with the Defense Information Security Agency (DISA) out of Ft. Meade, MD;
  • Conducting internal IT audits and reporting findings to Nike, Inc.'s board of directors as an IT Audit Project Lead; 
  • Serving as compliance director for a small startup 

  • Cyber security enterprise level program/project management
  • IT Governance
  • Security Operations
  • Experience working in public and private sector, including US military operations with the Defense Information Security Agency (DISA), United States Air Force (USAF), United States Army
  • PSCS 6247: Cyber Defense Strategy
  • M.S., Management of Information Systems, Bowie State University
  • B.S., Management Studies, University of Maryland University College