September 14, 2015

WASHINGTON – The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), the global voice for the technology sector, announced that John Miller will join ITI as the vice president for global cybersecurity policy and law. Miller begins his new position at ITI on September 14 after working on cybersecurity, privacy, surveillance, and other public policy issues for nearly a decade with the Intel Corporation.

“John has built an impressive reputation through his work on cybersecurity and several other areas of public policy for one of our industry’s leading companies,” said Josh Kallmer, ITI senior vice president for global policy. “His experience and background will be a tremendous asset to the tech sector as ITI continues to advance its leadership on cybersecurity policy around the world.”

Miller joins ITI from member company Intel, where he most recently served as the Director of Cybersecurity Policy and Government Relations and Managing Counsel. During his time at Intel, Miller spearheaded global policy strategy development and implementation on a number of security and privacy issues, directed the company’s U.S. cybersecurity policy strategy and federal government engagements, and earlier led privacy and security policy strategy and outreach efforts in the Asia-Pacific region. In that context, he recently served as co-chair of ITI’s cybersecurity committee, where he provided invaluable guidance to ITI and its membership regarding key cybersecurity policy priorities.

"Security and privacy policy issues are increasingly interrelated, and central to some of the most pressing technology policy debates impacting the tech sector in the U.S. and around the globe, including cybersecurity, cloud computing, encryption, and the Internet of Things,” Miller said. “I look forward to working with ITI member companies, global governments, and stakeholder groups to develop cybersecurity policy strategies that advance continued technology innovation while also protecting the legitimate privacy interests of individuals and security considerations of global government stakeholders.”

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.

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Public Policy Tags: Cybersecurity