CompTIA Cybersecurity Advisory Board

03552 CompTIA Advisory Council on Cybersecurity

The CompTIA Cybersecurity Advisory Board (CCAB) addresses many of the most pressing cybersecurity concerns facing business and government. The CCAB consists of cybersecurity professionals from a variety of disciplines to ensure well-rounded discussions and outcomes. As part of its charter, the CCAB is working with CompTIA to highlight the association’s strengths in industry leading research, professional workforce certifications, state-level outreach on procurement initiatives, and advocacy. The board works to identify opportunities for CompTIA to develop cybersecurity initiatives that advance our nation’s cybersecurity readiness. In addition, the CCAB assesses current CompTIA activities relating to cybersecurity and recommends how to integrate those efforts with other thought leaders on the topic while also identifying gaps in the cybersecurity ecosystem that CompTIA might consider filling.


Mary Beth Borgwing

President & CEO, LemonFish


Mary Chaney

International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals


Jen Ellis

Vice President of Community and Public Affairs, Rapid7


Dave Fedorchak

Senior IT Program Manager


Greg Garcia

Executive Vice President, SignalGroup


Paul Gupta

Partner, Intellectual Property, Information & Innovation Group, Reed Smith LLP


Jim Harvey

Partner, Leader Data Privacy and Security Practice // Co-Chair of CyberSecurity Preparedness and Response, Alston & Bird


David Hoid

Chief Information Security Officer, Early Warning Services


Sean Manning

Senior Professional Staff, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory


Corey Schou

University Professor of Informatics, Professor of Information Systems, Associate Dean, College of Business, Idaho State University


Ari Schwartz

Managing Director of Cybersecurity Services, Venable, LLC


Corey White

Vice President of Worldwide Consulting Services, Cylance


Bill Wright

Director, Government Affairs & Senior Policy Counsel, Symantec