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 Ned Miller

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Intel Security, Chief Technology Strategist for Public Sector
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Ned Miller, a 30+ year technology industry veteran, is the Chief Technology Strategist for the Intel Security Public Sector division. Mr. Miller is responsible for working with industry and government thought leaders and worldwide public sector customers to ensure that technology, standards, and implementations meet the challenges of information security and privacy issues today and in the future. In addition, Mr. Miller is also responsible for worldwide government certification efforts to ensure Intel's products comply with the latest global security standards and protocols.

Mr. Miller acts as the internal customer advocate within Intel's Security and advises Intel's executive leadership with strategies to drive government and cybersecurity requirements into Intel's products and services portfolio and guide Intel's policy strategy for the public sector, critical infrastructure, and threat-intelligence communities of interest.

Prior to joining Intel Security, Mr. Miller served in several executive, sales, business, technical, and corporate development leadership capacities. Most recently, Mr. Miller held executive sales and technical leadership positions with Hewlett Packard, including the Global Chief Technology Strategist for Hewlett Packard's Enterprise Security Products team. In addition, Mr. Miller worked for Symantec as the Corporate Development leader for Symantec's public sector organization responsible for advising sales leadership and driving innovative solution approaches in support of standards initiatives and programs such as next-generation security controls, Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP), Cyber Scope, cloud and cloud security, FedRAMP, the latest in information protection methodologies for mobility, and next-generation identity management and authentication solutions. 

Before joining Symantec, Mr. Miller was the founder and CEO of the IT security firm Secure Elements.  Secure Elements was an early pioneer in the development of security standards. In addition, Mr. Miller has authored numerous whitepapers on enterprise security management and is the co-inventor of a series of next-generation network security patents. Mr. Miller is also recognized by the US Government as a subject-matter expert on the topic of security automation and information protection and is an active moderator and panelist across the IT industry.

Mr. Miller is also an active member on the NIST Security and Cloud S

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