Barry R. Greene
Lieutenant Colonel, New York Guard
Chief Executive Officer, Accountable Care Corporation of America
Lieutenant Colonel (NY) Barry R. Greene has over 25 years of experience in Telecommunications and Information Technology (IT), and has brought more than 30 information security products and services to market in the past ten years. As President & Chief Information Security Officer of CSSI-Global, he implemented and supervised a secure operations center (SOC) monitoring over $2 billion annually in protected transactions. He has consulted for Travelers Insurance, Sony Electronics, Yahoo, Toshiba, and Walmart.com, among others. He was also called upon to advise the New York Governor’s staff on IT security procedures during the September 11, 2001 crisis.
LTC Greene is a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), the world’s largest security professionals’ organization. In October, 2002, he was elected to serve on ASIS’ national IT Security Council. His seminar: Tools and Techniques of a Cyber-Terrorist has been attended by security officers from LAPD, DCPD, FBI, FEMA, U.S. Army Special Forces, Verizon, Shell Oil, Boeing, and was featured on FOX news.
LTC Greene is also a certified instructor for emergency response programs currently administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, The New York State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services, The U.S. Department of Transportation, and The U.S. Department of Energy. In 2008, he joined the faculty of the national MEMS Academy (Military Emergency Management Specialist) administered by the State Guard Association of the United States, for which he is helping to develop two new certification courses in Radiological Disaster Response and Disaster Communications.
In January 2002, LTC Greene founded Libertas, a security firm concentrating on HIPAA consulting for healthcare organizations – for which LTC Greene continues to serve as President and Chief Information Security Officer. In today’s converging healthcare and technology marketplace, Libertas focuses on emerging medical information technology, practice profitability, and disaster recovery. Through Libertas, LTC Greene and his staff have provided technology services to hospital systems, government agencies, medical societies, and hundreds of medical practices. Most recently, Libertas helped make the U.S. Army’s Electronic Medical Records system available to private practices and disaster recovery forces nationwide.
In 2009, LTC Greene was a featured speaker at the TEPR (Toward Electronic Patient Record) Conference in Palm Springs, CA. His seminar on “Technology and Practice Profitability,” generated news coverage and commentary, including an article published by the American Medical Association (AMA). The AMA has also interviewed LTC Greene twice for broadcast on the AMA’s XM Radio Network.
LTC Greene serves as G6: Chief Information Officer at Headquarters, New York Guard. He lives with his wife in Norwalk, CT and holds a B.A. from Norwich University: The Military College of Vermont. Norwich is the nation’s oldest private military university, and LTC Greene is currently completing his second elected term on the university’s Alumni Association Board of Directors. He also serves on the Board of the Military Association of the State of New York, the Connecticut Governor’s “eHealthConnecticut” collaborative, and was cited as a contributor on the State of Connecticut’s Health Information Exchange program.