Mr. Terry Halvorsen
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Chief Information Officer
Samsung Electronics Co.
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Mr. Terry Halvorsen started with Samsung electronics on April first of this 2017 as an Executive Vice President in the Business to Government group. He has since been appointed as the Chief Information Officer and Executive Vice President IT and Mobile Business to Business group Samsung Electronics.
Prior to Joining Samsung Electronics, Mr. Halvorsen Served as the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer from March 8, 2015 to February 28 2017. He previously served as the Acting Department of Defense Chief Information Officer from June of 2014 until March of 2015. He was the Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer from November 2010 until May of 2014.
Before serving as the Department of the Navy CIO, Mr. Halvorsen was the Deputy Commander, Navy Cyber Forces. He began serving in that position in January 2010 as part of the Navy Cyber reorganization. Previous to that, Mr. Halvorsen served as the Deputy Commander, Naval Network Warfare Command. He was responsible for providing leadership for over 16,000 military and civilian personnel and supporting over 300 ships and approximately 800,000 globally dispersed computer network users. In this position he was responsible for the business performance of Navy network operations, space operations, information operations and knowledge management.
Mr. Halvorsen served as an Army intelligence officer active and reserve in a variety of assignments, including Operations Just Cause and Desert Storm. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from Widener University and a master's degree in educational technology from the University of West Florida. He is a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow and an Excellence in Government Leadership Fellow. He was awarded the Distinguished Presidential Rank Award for Civilian Executive Service in 2017.