Bob Rose is an internationally recognized cybersecurity expert providing the U.S. government and companies strategic counseling and governance on a full array of cyber-related issues at the nexus of technology, national security, law enforcement and privacy. Bob currently serves in various appointed U.S. government advisory positions in the areas of national security, cyber and homeland security. He is a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Advisory Council, the National Security Agency’s Cyber Awareness and Response Panel and the Department of State’s International Security Advisory Board. Additional corporate and non-profit advisory board service includes The Chertoff Group, CrowdStrike Services, Securonix, Squirrel Werkz, Plurilock, Zafesoft, and the State of Florida Center for Cybersecurity, the Open Commons Consortium at the University of Chicago and the George Washington University Center for Cyber and Homeland Security.
Previous advisory roles include: serving as a senior advisor to the CEO of Bridgewater Associates, and appointments to the National Counterterrorism Center’s (NCTC) Advisory Board, and to the Financial Sector Board. Bob has received numerous honors and awards, including: a presidential appointment to the J. William Fulbright Board of Foreign Scholarship, a fellowship with the Wexner Heritage Foundation and was recipient of the U.S. Secret Service’s “Outstanding Dedications and Contributions” award and the Connecticut Yankee Council of the Boys Scouts’ Distinguished Citizen Award.