Indu Singh

Chief Scientist, OST, Inc.

Dr. Singh is an internationally recognized Technology and Business Management executive known for his significant contributions in systems engineering, cyber security, smart city, Geospatial Intelligence, and systems integration. He has over 25 years of experience in public and private sector. He has been successful in building multiple businesses in the U.S. He has significant experience in developing and delivering international business services on behalf of leading U.S. companies such as General Dynamics, Deloitte Consulting and BearingPoint (KPMG), Inc. in the last 15 years. 

Dr. Singh serves as Chief Scientist at OST, Inc. focusing on smart and cybersecurity business. Most recently, Dr. Singh served as Senior Director in the Intelligence Services Division of General Dynamic Information Technology (GDIT). Prior to this Dr. Singh was Vice President and Head of Washington DC operations for Los Alamos Technical Associates (LATA). Dr. Singh also served as Executive Director of LATA’s Global Institute for Security and Training (GIST) which he founded in 2012. Prior to joining LATA, Dr. Singh served as Director and Managing Partner in Federal Government Services at Deloitte Consulting LLC where he managed Systems Engineering and Security Practice. At BearingPoint, Inc. (formerly KPMG Consulting), Dr. Singh was a Managing Director and Partner and operated his global practice in Systems Engineering, Security and IT Transformation. BearingPoint was acquired by Deloitte Consulting in 2009. 

Dr. Singh is world’s leading expert on Cybersecurity as well as on Smart and Safe City. He has published six books and his most recent books are entitled Smart City for Today and Tomorrow, and Digital Defense: A Cyber Security Primer, both published by Springer Press and the Safe City: Living Free in a Dangerous World.

Wednesday, October 2
11:00 am - 12:15 pm • The Smart State: Collaboration and Innovation in the Commonwealth of Virginiastage
Join leaders from State and local government, academia and industry in Virginia who will discuss the advanced economic development and P3 opportunities that are driving the smart city movement throughout the state. Virginia has moved from planning to implementation over the past year, and will talk about the impact of 3 specific projects: a Statewide Data Governance effort leading towards a unified data governance policy, smart building/IoT technologies to improve Public Safety,  and the centerpiece of the current Virginia effort, the new Smart Town Center in Stafford County, halfway between Washington and Richmond. Ihrie