Richard Marshall, CEO, Cinturion (former Associate General Counsel, NSA / former Director of Global Cyber Security Management, DHS)

[Cancelled due to weather] Mr. Marshall is Chairman of the Board of Cinturion Corp. and CEO of X-SES Consultants, LLC. He also serves as General Counsel, Data On ACID; Executive Director, The Center for Understanding Change; and Strategic Adviser to: AquaComms Ltd. (Dublin, Ireland); ConsulSys (Bangalore, India); and Hatha Systems (Washington, DC, USA) among others.

A nationally and internationally recognized thought leader on cyber related policy, legal and technical issues, he has been a keynote speaker on cyber executive leadership issues at conferences in Germany,England, the United States,India,Moldova, China, and Switzerland and a Cyber Security commentator on CNN, BBC, Politico. FedScoop. the New York Times and Scientific American.

He has an impressive professional network and is highly respected for facilitating program and contract development. He has extensive leadership experience and success in designing growth strategies, integrating policy, culture and training with technology issues, building relationships and delivering lasting results. He is a strategic thinker who knows how to lead and most importantly, where to lead.

Mr. Marshall graduated from The Citadel with a B.A. in Political Science; Creighton University School of Law with a J.D; Georgetown University School of Law with an LL.M. in International and Comparative Law; was a Fellow at the National Security Law Institute, University of Virginia School of Law; attended the Harvard School of Law Summer Program for Lawyers; the Georgetown University Government Affairs Institute on Advanced Legislative Strategies; participated in the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and the Privacy,Security and Technology in the 21st Century program, Georgetown University School of Law and the US-Russia Cyber Security Workshop, Tufts University.

He has represented the United States before Her Majesty’s High Court of Justice in London and is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States