Craig Rosen is the Senior Principal Security Architect at Pacific Gas and Electric.  In this role, Craig and his organization provide strategic planning and architecture services that include setting the overall security technology vision and direction.  His group is focused on the design of security standards and reference architectures across the enterprise within an integrated business and technology planning function.

Craig joined Pacific Gas and Electric Company in 2007.  Craig has been practicing and consulting in the field of information technology and security for over 15 years.  Craig holds a Master’s degree in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Law & Society from American University.  Craig is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional with additional concentrations held in both the security architecture and security management disciplines.

Before joining PG&E to start up the Security Architecture practice, Craig consulted for large clients in both the public and commercial sectors including the Department of Energy, US Army, US Navy, Department of Justice, US Air Force, Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of State in Washington, DC.  At PG&E, Craig is currently focused on the leadership and delivery of a comprehensive enterprise security technology strategy consisting of data & information protection, identity and access management, and network protection across all aspects of the company from back-office systems to securing the Smart Grid.