RESTON, Va.; May 11, 2022 – Data management expert Dr. Peter Aiken has joined Core4ce’s Board of Advisors at the invitation of the company’s executive team. Dr. Aiken, who serves as an associate professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and as president of DAMA International, brings more than 35 years of experience working with data management practices worldwide.
“Dr. Aiken is a recognized thought leader in the data space,” says Core4ce CEO Jack Wilmer. “His counsel will help us expand our technical services aligned with the latest research. Specifically, Dr. Aiken will help us refine and enhance our data engineering and data management services, solidly positioning Core4ce first among its peers.”
Dr. Aiken has published 12 books on topics including data leadership, data monetization, modern strategic data thinking, and data literacy. He has partnered with Core4ce Co-Founder Todd Harbour to publish Data Strategy and the Enterprise Data Executive, The CDO Journey: Insights and Advice for Data Leaders, and Data Literacy: Achieving Higher Productivity for Citizens, Knowledge Workers and Organizations.
“Having collaborated with Todd Harbour on three books and many, many projects, this closer collaboration makes good sense,” says Dr. Aiken. “Collectively, we are enthusiastic about bringing new developments in data management to a wider community.”
Core4ce’s Board of Advisors provides a range of strategic guidance to the company’s leadership team, including independent assessments of corporate offerings as well as technical and operational advice on emerging research and development initiatives. Advisors also serve as ambassadors for the corporation.
About Core4ce: We are a team of cyber experts, engineers, developers, and data scientists who work with the national security community to counter global adversaries.
We understand data, its unique lifecycle, and its untapped power to solve evolving security challenges.
Through a commitment to research and development, we’re engineering solutions that better equip our customers to face current and future national security threats.