Episode Summary: In this episode, co-hosts Rob and Bill are joined by Dave Kuhl, CIO of Lighthouse, to discuss the developing complexities that come with managing cybersecurity. This episode explores lessons learned over the last six months and practical tips for overcoming challenges and ensuring you and your teams successfully get ahead of cybersecurity issues.
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David Kuhl is the Chief Information Officer at Lighthouse, where he is responsible for overseeing Lighthouse’s IT services and security and ensuring best-in-class enterprise performance, availability, and data security worldwide. David brings more than 19 years of executive-level experience in growth environments focused on all aspects of information technology including systems architecture, infrastructure operations, software development, integrated solutions, IT transformation, and business process redesign across multiple industries. Prior to Lighthouse, David served as Vice President of Information Technology Services for Alaska Airlines, where he led an organization of 130 employees and 70 contractors and all IT infrastructure functions including data center, cloud, network, compute, production operations, service desk, and field services across more than 115 airport locations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica.
Prior to Alaska Airlines, David was the Vice President of Corporate IT at Expedia where he led all corporate IT functions including Contact Center and Financial System technology, Human Resources and Collaboration technology, and End User services. Prior to Expedia, David led IT teams at Microsoft, AT&T Wireless, Boeing, and General Dynamics. David holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Frostburg State University and a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from National Technological University.
The podcast wholly devoted to pursuing the legal technology revolution. Co-hosts Bill Mariano and Rob Hellewell explore the impacts and possibilities that new technology is creating by streamlining workflows for ediscovery, compliance, and information governance.