Our Board Members
We are currently building our Executive and Advisory Boards.
Interim Executive Board
We’re pleased to announce that the following individuals have been invited to join as interim Executive Board members and have accepted. We are pleased to welcome:
Heidi Potter of the Shmoo Group
Liam Randall With a career spanning 20 years, Liam Randall has worked at every level of the information systems pipeline—from building and operating large networks, developing and maintaining large 100M+ e-commerce solutions, to designing and implementing global network security monitoring sensor grids. A frequent speaker and trainer at security conferences, Randall has trained thousands of students on advanced incident response. A serial entrepreneur, Randall most recently founded Critical Stack with the goal of automating security and compliance for secure container orchestration. Critical Stack was acquired by Capital One in 2016, where he currently serves as President of the Critical Stack division of Capital One.
Peter “Mudge” Zatko From 2010-2013 Mudge oversaw and ran cyber security research programs for the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community out of DARPA. He was awarded the highest medal able to be given to a civilian from the Secretary of Defense: The Medal for Exceptional Public Service. After DARPA, Mudge was Deputy Director if Google’s Advanced Technology And Projects division, until he left to launch the non-profit 501(c)3 Cyber Independent Testing Labs where he is currently their board chairman. He is currently head of security at Stripe.
Matt Blaze, a researcher in the areas of secure systems, cryptography, and trust management. He is currently a full Professor of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania, and on the board of directors of the Tor Project.
Jon Callas, computer security expert, software engineer, user experience designer, and technologist who is the co-founder and former CTO of the global encrypted communications service Silent Circle. He has held major positions at Digital Equipment Corporation, Apple, PGP, and Entrust, and is considered “one of the most respected and well-known names in the mobile security industry.” Callas is credited with creating several Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards, including OpenPGP, DKIM, and ZRTP, which he wrote. Prior to his work at Entrust, he was Chief Technical Officer and co-founder of PGP Corporation and the former Chief Technical Officer of Entrust. He has also worked for Bruce Schneier’s Counterpane Internet Security, was one of the primary authors of the DKIM method, and was Chief Scientist of the original PGP, Inc. founded by Phil Zimmermann. Callas is a member of the Infosec think tank The Shmoo Group.
Gordon “Fyodor” Lyon authored the open source Nmap Security Scanner in 1997 and continues to coordinate its development. He also maintains the SecLists.Org, Insecure.Org, SecTools.Org, and Nmap.Org security resource sites and has authored seminal papers and patents on remote operating system detection and stealth port scanning. He is a founding member of the Honeynet Project and serves on the technical advisory boards for Qualys and AlienVault. He also authored or co-authored the books “Nmap Network Scanning”, “Know Your Enemy: Honeynets” and “Stealing the Network: How to Own a Continent”. His newest project is Npcap, a raw networking library and driver for Windows.
Bruce Potter, chief information security officer (CISO) of Expel where he’s responsible for cyber risk management and ensuring the secure operations of Expel’s services. Previously, Bruce co-founded Ponte Technologies, a cybersecurity research and engineering company that worked with organizations ranging from hedge funds to intelligence agencies. Bruce founded the Shmoo Group and helps run the yearly hacker conference, ShmooCon, in Washington, DC. He has co-authored several books and written numerous articles on security (or the lack thereof). He is a regular speaker at conferences including DefCon, Blackhat, and O’Reilly Security as well as private events at the United States Military Academy, the Library of Congress and other government agencies.