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John Miller

Vice President, Global Policy and Law, Cybersecurity and Privacy

Areas of Expertise:
cybersecurity, privacy

John Miller is ITI’s Vice President for Global Cybersecurity Policy and Law, leading ITI’s work on cybersecurity, privacy, surveillance, and other public policy issues.

Prior to ITI, Miller worked on public policy issues for nearly a decade in the Global Public Policy organization at member company Intel Corporation. In his most recent position at Intel, Miller served as the company’s Director of Cybersecurity Policy and Government Relations and Managing Counsel, where he spearheaded global policy strategy development and advocacy efforts on issues including cybersecurity threat information sharing, electronic surveillance and communications privacy and the intersection of human rights, civil liberties and technology. In this role Miller also directed Intel’s U.S. cybersecurity policy strategy and federal government engagements, including Intel's implementation of the Cybersecurity Framework pursuant to Executive Order 13636: Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity. Earlier in his career, Miller led Intel’s privacy and security policy strategy and outreach efforts in the Asia-Pacific region.

Miller currently serves as the Chair of the Information Technology Sector Coordinating Council, and previously served as co-chair of ITI’s cybersecurity committee, where he provided invaluable guidance to ITI and its membership regarding key cybersecurity policy priorities.

Prior to joining Intel, Miller was an associate in private practice in New York, where he represented technology, media, and other corporate clients in a variety of complex business and intellectual property litigations and regulatory investigations.

Miller obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Hamilton College and a Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin Law School, both with honors.

Blog Posts by John Miller

  • The Myth of Data Localization in the Name of Privacy Protection   (August 17, 2016)

    Today, companies, individuals, governments, and institutions can instantaneously transfer information from one end of the globe to the other. Indeed, data transfers underpin the global economy, drive communications ...

  • No Safety in Silos   (August 16, 2016)

    The internet has allowed people and businesses to become connected at a scale once thought unimaginable. With just the click of a button families can share photos, banks can process loans, universities ...