"The Commonwealth is resolute in its dedication to garnering the expertise of leaders in cyber security in order to mitigate risks and safeguard the highest level of security for government infrastructure networks, foster cyber security education and awareness, incorporate innovative and best practices to protect data statewide, bolster business investment with public-private partnerships, and proactively enhance its national standing as one of the preeminent leaders in the cyber security arena."
~ Governor McAuliffe
Commission to be co-chaired by Richard Clarke and Secretary of Technology, Karen Jackson.
Mr. Richard A. Clarke – Chairman and CEO of Good Harbor Security Risk Management and an internationally recognized expert on cyber security, homeland security, national security, and counterterrorism. Mr. Clarke served the last three Presidents as a senior White House Advisor, including as Special Advisor to the President for Cyber Security and National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism, and was a member of President Obama’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communication Technologies.
Ms. Rhonda Eldridge – Director of Engineering at Technica Corporation. In her current role she leads six divisions within Technica and is responsible for internal research and development, visioning, and business development – focusing on cutting edge cyber security and IT projects for Federal customers including the Department of Defense.
Ms. Jennifer Bisceglie , President and CEO, Interos Solutions, Inc. Ms. Bisceglie has more than 20 years of commercial technology and business operations experience in cyber security, business process re-engineering, and commercial technology implementation for diverse companies industries and governments.
Mr. Paul Kurtz is the Chief Strategy Officer at CyberPoint. Mr. Kurtz leads the development and communication of CyberPoint’s strategic vision for managing cyber threats. A recognized cyber security expert, he has held senior positions in both industry and government. During his government service, Kurtz was Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Critical Infrastructure Protection on the White House’s Homeland Security Council (HSC).
Mr. Paul Tiao , Attorney and partner with the international law firm of Hunton and Williams, LLP where he is a leader in the firm’s global privacy and cyber security practice. Prior to joining the firm Mr. Tiao served as Senior Counselor for cyber security and technology to FBI Director Robert S. Mueller.
Dr. Barry Horowitz , Munster Professor of Systems and Information Engineering and Chair of the Systems and Information Engineering Department at the University of Virginia. Dr. Horowitz’ research effort center on economic models and system technologies related to cyber security. He currently is leading a DoD sponsored research effort focused on embedding security solutions into systems, referred to as System Aware Cyber Security Dr. Horowitz serves as a member of the Naval Studies Board (NSB) of the National Academy of Science and recently led a Chief of Naval Operations sponsored study for the NSB on cyber security.
Mr. Andrew H. Turner , Senior Vice President and Head of Global Security, VISA. Mr. Turner developed, from the ground up, VISA’s Cyber Security organization, including the Attack Surface Management, Threat Intelligence, Incident Response and Digital Brand Protection Programs. He also implemented a Cyber Fusion based program utilizing intelligence collection, analysis and overall sensor enrichment to actively monitor and defend against global threats to the VISA enterprise and ecosystem. Prior to joining VISA, Mr. Turner served as Cyber Intelligence Practice Director for the Microsoft Corporation.
Mr. Jeffrey C. “J.C.” Dodson , Global Chief Information Security Officer, BAE Systems. Mr. Dodson is a global cyber security expert across government, defense, aerospace, law enforcement, and advanced technology sectors. He is the chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association’s Industrial Security Committee and was appointed to serve as an Industry Representative to the U.S. Government’s National Industrial Security Program Policy Advisory Committee.
Ms. Jandria Alexander , Principal Director of the Cyber Security Subdivision in the Engineering Technology Group at the Aerospace Corp. Ms. Alexander currently leads cyber and network security support to numerous customers and leads teams performing systems engineering for cyber operations, including architecture, requirements and concept of operations (CONOPS) support for integrating cyber operations into advanced ground and space segments.
Ms. Elizabeth “Betsy” Hight - Retired US Navy rear admiral who served as the Vice Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DISA). Most recently she served as Vice President of the Hewlett Packard’s Enterprise Services U.S. Public Sector Cybersecurity Practice.
Mr. John Wood is chief executive officer, chairman of the board and director for Telos Corporation. As CEO, he orchestrates the company's support of the federal government in the critical areas of cyber operations and defense, secure communications and collaboration, and identity assurance.
Anne Holton , Secretary of Education
John Harvey, Secretary of Veterans and Defense Affairs
Dr. Bill Hazel, Secretary of Health and Human Resources
Karen Jackson, Secretary of Technology
Maurice Jones, Secretary of Commerce and Trade
Brian Moran, Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security