Dr. Tyrone Grandison

Dr. Tyrone Grandison is an experienced and award-winning leader. He has created and led organizations in crafting innovative solutions to some of the world’s toughest business and societal problems. He is known for creating powerful visions and using them to drive improvement in complex, matrixed, and sometimes rigid and bureaucratic environments.

He knows how to put technology to work to benefit all stakeholders, to create competitive advantage, to increase revenue, to accomplish the mission, and to generate value. Dr. Grandison also has experience as a CEO, CIO, COO, CDO and CTO with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine, and an executive MBA degree from the IBM Academy of Education.

He speaks at conferences globally on Data Privacy, Security, Software Engineering and Open Data. I am a Distinguished Engineer of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM), a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a Fellow of the British Computer Society (BCS), a Fellow of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), have been recognized by FedScoop as “The Most Inspiring Up & Comer” in the US Government (2015), by the National Society of Black Engineers as Pioneer of the Year in 2009, by Federal Computer Weekly as a “Rising Star” (2016), by the Institute for Education as “High Impact Presidential Innovation Fellow” (2016), and received the IEEE Technical Achievement Award in 2010 for “pioneering contributions to Secure and Private Data Management”. Dr. Grandison has also authored over 100 technical papers, co-invented over 47 patents, and has written a couple of books on Privacy and Trust Management.

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Patents: http://www.tyronegrandison.org/patents.html
Professional Activity: http://www.tyronegrandison.org/professional-activity.html
Talks: http://www.tyronegrandison.org/talks.html
Recognition: http://www.tyronegrandison.org/recognition.html