Vice President, Research & Market Intelligence
Tim Herbert serves as senior vice president of research and market intelligence for The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). Under his leadership, CompTIA publishes a wide range of reports, briefs, and data analysis to make sense of the ever-changing tech landscape.
CompTIA’s Cyberstates report is recognized as the definitive guide to tech workforce trends, economic impact, innovation, and more. As revealed in this recent sit-down interview, Herbert recognizes the importance of digging deep to get to the underlying complexities and nuances of data and trends.
Herbert regularly pens articles for industry publications, presents at industry conferences, and in his 20-plus years as a technology analyst, has been cited in numerous media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Wired Magazine and many others.
Prior to joining CompTIA, Herbert directed the research program and was a lead analyst at the Consumer Technology Association, producer of the International CES, the largest technology event in the world. Additionally, his entrepreneurial streak led to involvement in launching two startups.
Herbert holds a B.S. in economics from John Carroll University and an MBA with an economics concentration from George Mason University.